Study confirms recommendations for catch-up HPV vaccination with 3 doses in females aged 15 to 20, but not when started at or after age 21.
Kaiser Permanente members in Northern California are 52 percent less likely to die from colorectal cancer since the launch of an integrated screening program.
New Kaiser Permanente study adds evidence to body of research suggesting pregnant women are using marijuana to self-medicate morning sickness.
Women with Pregnancy-related Nausea and Vomiting Use Marijuana More
Partners of Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Patients More Likely to Adopt Healthy Behaviors
Acute Kidney Injury in Hospitals Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Failure
Greater Burden of Atrial Fibrillation Linked to Higher Stroke Risk
Personalized Letter Improves Pregnancy Weight for Women with Gestational Diabetes
More Women Are Using Pot During Pregnancy. Here's One Reason Why.
Pregnant women with severe nausea and vomiting are more likely to use marijuana, study suggests
Catch-up HPV Vaccination Effective for Women Under 21 Years
Catch-Up HPV Shots Work for Teen Girls
HPV Catch-Up Vax Schedule More Effective in Younger Women