In a study of more than 15,000 girls and their mothers — all Kaiser Permanente members in Northern California — maternal overweight and hyperglycemia were linked to the earlier onset of puberty in girls 6 to 11 years old.
Women with gestational diabetes who received a tailored letter were significantly more likely to meet national weight-gain guidelines, according to a DOR research published in Diabetes Care.
Severe episodes of hypoglycemia occur far more often than is captured in electronic medical records, according to research published in a JAMA Internal Medicine research letter.
Personalized Letter Improves Pregnancy Weight for Women with Gestational Diabetes
Maternal weight and hyperglycemia linked to early puberty onset in girls
In Reducing Deaths from Heart Disease and Stroke, Kaiser Permanente Outpaces Nation
Children With Autism and Their Younger Siblings Less Likely to Be Fully Vaccinated
Integrated Program Improves Heart and Stroke Risk Factors in Those With Diabetes
Breast cancer patients fare better if they have muscle: Study
Low Muscle Mass Tied to Death Risk in Early-Stage Breast Cancer
Kaiser Permanente Program Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risks
Kids With Autism Are Less Likely to Be Vaccinated
Risk Scores Combined With Lower Troponin Cut Points May Help Refine Rule-Out Tests for Chest Pain