Kaiser Permanente research in JAMA Oncology points to the need to consider body composition, not just body size, in planning cancer treatment.
Women who had an untreated infection during pregnancy were more likely to have a child who became obese than pregnant women who never had an infection.
The racial gap nearly disappeared after a project to train surgeons and establish best practices.
Kaiser Permanente reduces racial disparities in who gets minimally invasive hysterectomies
Body fatness affects chemo dosages, contributing to increased risk of breast cancer death
Study in pregnant women suggests maternal infection, not antibiotics, associated with childhood obesity
Kaiser Permanente reduces hospitalizations even as sicker patients are admitted
Chronic disease prevalence varies by Asian subgroup, Kaiser Permanente research finds
Teledermatology requires fewer visits to detect skin cancer
Whites Most Likely to Be Diagnosed With Adult ADHD
Heart Failure Deaths in US Rise Dramatically, Study Finds
Heart-Failure Deaths Rise, Contributing to Worsening Life Expectancy
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More Pregnant Women Are Using Cannabis, Research Shows
Here & Now (National Public Radio)