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Kaiser Permanente “Tele-triage” of Chest Pain Safely Reduces Emergency Room Visits

A new Kaiser Permanente study led by Dana Sax, MD, and colleagues found that “tele-triage” of patients with chest pain over the phone can safely and effectively direct people to the right place for care.

10-Year Follow-up After Negative Colonoscopy Associated with Reduced Cancer Risk

Ten years after negative colonoscopy, members had 46% lower risk of colorectal cancer and were 88% less likely to die than people not screened: new research by DOR’s D. Corley (left) and J. Lee.

Mom’s Poor Diet in Pregnancy Linked to Baby’s Higher Weight at Birth

Kaiser Permanente study shows replacing empty calories with whole grains lead to a 25 percent decreased risk of large-for-gestational age offspring.