Kaiser Permanente study finds monitors improve blood sugar control in selected insulin-treated patients.
Women who used SSRI antidepressants before and during pregnancy had no higher rate of autism in their children than women with psychiatric conditions who did not.
Kaiser Permanente analysis finds 37 new locations on human genome related to the common eye disease.
Study identifies genetic clues for increased risk of age-related cataract
Study finds no link between autism and common antidepressant when used in pregnancy
Continuous glucose monitors help patients manage type 2 diabetes
Emergency care for heart attacks and strokes rebounds
Teens who stop taking ADHD medication at adulthood more prone to health, social problems
Real-time CGM lowers HbA1c, reduces ED visits in insulin-treated diabetes
ER Visits for Heart Attacks Rebounded After Pandemic Decline
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Research into Asian American health doesn't always reflect their diversity
Study: How Does AK Affect Long-Term cSCC Risk?
Lung cancer screening programs with dedicated coordinators, effective tracking systems boost adherence