Body composition, especially excess central adiposity or intra-abdominal fat, can result in increased risk of cardiovascular disease in normal-weight breast cancer survivors.
Research finds reduced opioid pain medication without increased pain; enhanced recovery includes eating and moving around sooner after procedure.
"To this day, my research interests and clinical practice remain intimately linked, and I firmly believe patient care drives the scientific process, and vice versa." — Drew Ambrosy, MD, shown with wife, Joanna, in London
Kaiser Permanente program reduces opioids for women delivering by C-section
Kaiser Permanente research shows mastectomy patients recover safely at home
Body composition linked to cardiovascular risk in breast cancer survivors
Use of CT scans during pregnancy increased in U.S. and Canada over 2 decades
More women using cannabis daily before and during pregnancy, Kaiser Permanente research finds
Anxiety disorders increase hospital visits, costs in type 2 diabetes
Whooping cough vaccine becomes less effective over time, study says
Motivational Interviews Help HIV Patients Reduce Alcohol Use
Colorectal-Tumor Screening for Lynch Syndrome Has Low Yield in Elderly
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