Large Kaiser Permanente study finds risk is higher in breast cancer survivors than in women who have not had breast cancer.
In podcast, Kaiser Permanente investigators discuss misconceptions about health risks.
Analysis finds new genomic locations related to risk of hernia in the lower abdomen, differences by sex and ethnicity.
Researchers expand understanding of hernia genetics
Breast cancer survivors at increased risk for high blood pressure and diabetes
Some pulmonary embolism patients effectively treated in primary care
Spinal anesthesia improves recovery outcomes in outpatient joint replacement
People with HIV are at increased risk for heart failure
HIV Infection Linked to Heart Failure Risk in Kaiser Study
4 in 10 Fractures in Breast Cancer Patients Are Pathologic
Follow-up visits don't increase after telehealth visits: study
After FDA, CDC approval, doctors urge parents to immunize kids ages 5-11 against COVID-19
Finally, There’s a Race-Free Test to Check Kidney Function