The weekly number of patients admitted to KPNC hospitals with heart attacks after onset of the COVID-19 pandemic fell to nearly half of what would be expected, new research by Kaiser Permanente shows.
New findings from Kaiser Permanente Division of Research SWIFT study in PLOS Medicine advance blood test to predict type 2 diabetes.
Participants in a Kaiser Permanente trial also improved key diabetes-related health metrics.
Telephone coaching helped pregnant women with overweight or obesity manage gestational weight gain
Blood test to identify risk for diabetes after pregnancy in women with gestational diabetes now one step closer
Large decrease in hospitalized heart attack patients seen during COVID-19 pandemic
People with medical conditions more likely to abstain from drinking heavily
COVID-19 pandemic brings telehealth center stage for oncologists and their patients
Doctors Concerned COVID-19 Keeps Patients Away as Heart Attack Hospitalizations Plummet
Kaiser study finds coronavirus seriously affects people regardless of age
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Guideline Adherence After Acute MI Improves Long-term Survival
A Customized EHR Search Interface Can Aid Clinician Burnout
Social Support Linked to Mortality in Older Women With CRC