Kaiser Permanente study suggests blood thinners should not be routinely prescribed outside of a clinical trial.
Kaiser Permanente research scientist and gastroenterologist will join honorary medical society.
Kaiser Permanente study finds less use among Black, Hispanic, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander patients than white patients.
Pandemic increased mail order pharmacy use by people with diabetes, but racial disparities persist
Douglas Corley elected to prestigious Association of American Physicians
Blood clot risk low in non-hospitalized COVID-19 patients
New tool helps emergency medicine physicians provide more personalized care to patients with chest pain
Stroke rate four times higher in Black young and middle-aged adults, compared to whites
Black young adults face higher stroke risk than their white peers
Long-term air pollution exposure may elevate risk for CV mortality in patients with COPD
Four Healthy Eating Patterns Tied to Lower Mortality in Women With Breast Cancer
Diabetes While Pregnant Ups Odds for Heart Disease Later
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Gestational Diabetes Carries CVD Risk Years Later