Kaiser Permanente study found adults of certain racial and ethnic groups are less likely to start medication within the first year of diagnosis.
Kaiser Permanente study conducted with Environmental Defense Fund finds higher total health care costs for people with heart disease.
Kaiser Permanente research scientist and TPMG physician leads award-winning colorectal cancer screening program.
Higher street-level traffic-related air pollution linked to increased emergency room costs
Not all adults newly diagnosed with diabetes equally likely to start treatment
Exposure to small children linked to lower risk of severe COVID-19
COVID-19 vaccination not tied to postmenopausal bleeding
Shorter wait between COVID-19 and elective surgery possible
Study of Oakland seniors: Long-term traffic pollution linked to higher health care costs
Exposure to children associated with less severe COVID-19 among adults
ED visits, outpatient encounters drive increased incidence of worsening HF events
PCP outreach efforts increased COVID-19 vaccine uptake among Black, Latino adults
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Lifestyle coaching intervention improves BP control among Blacks