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California particle pollution linked to heightened risk of heart attack: study

The Hill, 02/24/2023

Colorectal Cancer Screening: Which Method Is Right for You?

Everyday Health, 01/26/2023

Women who survive cancer experience faster declines in physical function

Healio, 01/19/2023

Smoking May Double Risk for Recurrence in Some Patients With Bladder Cancer

Cure , 01/02/2023

With Stool Testing, Fewer Americans May Delay Colon Screening

Undark, 12/05/2022

Environmental Stress and Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiology Today, 11/01/2022

Pregnancy and pot: Healthy alternative or bad for baby?

Mercury News, 10/18/2022

Colonoscopies save lives. Doctors push back against European study that casts doubt

NPR, 10/13/2022

Study of Oakland seniors: Long-term traffic pollution linked to higher health care costs

CBS Bay Area, 08/12/2022

Exposure to children associated with less severe COVID-19 among adults

Healio, 08/04/2022

Parenting helps protect against severe COVID, Kaiser study finds

Mercury News, 07/28/2022

ED visits, outpatient encounters drive increased incidence of worsening HF events

Cardiology Today, 07/05/2022

PCP outreach efforts increased COVID-19 vaccine uptake among Black, Latino adults

Healio Primary Care, 06/29/2022

Lifestyle coaching intervention improves BP control among Blacks

HealthDay, 05/18/2022

Breast cancer survivors at increased risk of heart disease

Forbes, 04/08/2022

Deaths from Heart Disease and Stroke Rose Sharply During Pandemic

The Wall Street Journal, 03/23/2022

Why Mammograms May Be Good for Your Heart

Everyday Health, 03/17/2022

Research: Kaiser Permanente Cancer Screening Eliminated Disparities

Healthcare Innovation, 03/04/2022

Vaccine protection against Covid-19 fell substantially for children during Omicron surge

CNN, 03/01/2022

Identifying drug, alcohol use risk factors in teenagers

KGO-TV, 02/23/2022

Age, Sex Factors for Heart Failure Among HIV Patients

Contagion Live, 01/21/2022

HIV Infection Linked to Heart Failure Risk in Kaiser Study

Medscape, 12/15/2021

4 in 10 Fractures in Breast Cancer Patients Are Pathologic

Medscape, 11/29/2021

Follow-up visits don't increase after telehealth visits: study

Medscape, 11/16/2021

After FDA, CDC approval, doctors urge parents to immunize kids ages 5-11 against COVID-19

Sacramento Bee, 11/03/2021

Finally, There’s a Race-Free Test to Check Kidney Function

TuSalud, 10/15/2021

California study finds that, pre-COVID, fewer women used cannabis while pregnant

MedPage Today, 09/27/2021

Nix Race From eGFR, Says Joint Task Force

MedPage Today, 09/23/2021

USPSTF Lowers Diabetes Screening Age for Patients With Obesity

Medscape, 08/25/2021

Ethnically Diverse Study Finds COVID-19 Increases Risk of Venous Thromboembolism

Pulmonology Advisor, 08/03/2021

AI helps Northern California health providers to improve care, lower costs

The North Bay Business Journal, 07/26/2021

Nephrotic Syndrome Patients at High Risk of Kidney Failure, Vascular Problems

Medscape, 07/01/2021

US Study Finds No Association With 'COVID Toes' and COVID-19

Medscape, 06/23/2021

Primary nephrotic syndrome tied to development of kidney failure, heart failure

Healio Endocrinology, 06/22/2021

Real-time CGM lowers HbA1c, reduces ED visits in insulin-treated diabetes

Endocrine Today, 06/08/2021

ER Visits for Heart Attacks Rebounded After Pandemic Decline

US News & World Report, 06/04/2021

Research into Asian American health doesn't always reflect their diversity

SFGate, 05/18/2021

Study: How Does AK Affect Long-Term cSCC Risk?

Dermatology Times, 05/17/2021

Lung cancer screening programs with dedicated coordinators, effective tracking systems boost adherence

Radiology Business, 05/07/2021

Kaiser Permanente researchers exploring how AI can improve care for heart disease patients

Fierce Healthcare, 04/30/2021

Black young adults face higher stroke risk than their white peers

SFGate, 03/30/2021

Long-term air pollution exposure may elevate risk for CV mortality in patients with COPD

Healio Pulmonology, 03/26/2021

Four Healthy Eating Patterns Tied to Lower Mortality in Women With Breast Cancer

Medscape, 03/19/2021

Diabetes While Pregnant Ups Odds for Heart Disease Later

US News & World Report, 02/12/2021

Gestational Diabetes Carries CVD Risk Years Later

Medscape, 02/05/2021

Rates of HF death lower, HF hospitalization higher in Black vs. white patients

Cardiology Today, 01/28/2021

Exercise key to lowering risk for gestational diabetes

HealthDay , 01/14/2021

Kaiser Permanente to analyze CDC's Covid-19 vaccine data, identify bad reactions

MedCity News, 01/12/2021

USPS Cuts Could Pose Harm If Mail-Order Meds Delayed: Study

HealthDay, 12/18/2020

Long-Term Oral Bisphosphonates Get Little Love in Study

MedPage Today, 12/11/2020

New smartphone tool to track side effects of the coronavirus vaccine may be vulnerable to manipulation

The Washington Post, 12/11/2020

What drives lower life expectancy for people with HIV in the U.S.?

TheBodyPro, 11/30/2020

Standardizing chest CT reporting ups odds of early lung cancer diagnosis by nearly 25%

Radiology Business, 11/06/2020

CV Risk Factors in Black Teens Tied to Later Cognitive Decline

Medscape, 09/29/2020

Housing Insecurity Predictive of Poor Glycemic Control

MedPage Today, 09/25/2020

Autistic and non-autistic youth get different healthcare as they age

Spectrum, 09/23/2020

Most teens, parents, clinicians OK with gender identity screening during wellness visits: pilot study

Medscape/Reuters Health, 09/21/2020

Kaiser Begins Phase 3 COVID-19 Vaccine Trial in Northern California

Northern California Public Media, 08/28/2020

Early, FIT-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Feasible for African American Patients

Clinical Advisor, 08/28/2020

Bay Area joins two major coronavirus vaccine trials

San Francisco Chronicle, 08/12/2020

Bay Area Kaiser recruiting participants for COVID-19 vaccine trial

KTVU Fox News, 08/12/2020

Trump's praise of hydroxychloroquine led to a boom in prescriptions. Then came reports of thousands of patients experiencing adverse events.

USA Today, 08/07/2020

Asthma common among children with autism, developmental disabilities

Spectrum, 08/07/2020

How breastfeeding protects mothers

The Scientist, 07/17/2020

Research sheds light on changes in PrEP use over time in San Francisco and Australia, 07/17/2020

Long-term PrEP continuum of care patterns

ContagionLive, 07/08/2020

BMI among people with HIV is rising much faster than in the general population

TheBodyPro, 07/06/2020

Indoor air pollution and heavy metals linked to child obesity

Environmental Health News, 06/26/2020

What Makes a Patient Choose Telehealth Care Access?

Patient Engagment Hit, 06/26/2020

Study: Azithromycin doubles risk for cardiovascular death versus amoxicillin

UPI, 06/19/2020

Female, younger patients more likely to choose telehealth visit pre-pandemic

Healthcare Dive, 06/18/2020

Kaiser Permanente: 8 key capabilities for a sustained response to COVID-19

Fierce Healthcare, 06/12/2020

On-Demand PrEP Regimen Works Well in U.S. Study, 06/11/2020

Doctors Concerned COVID-19 Keeps Patients Away as Heart Attack Hospitalizations Plummet

KQED, 05/26/2020

Kaiser study finds coronavirus seriously affects people regardless of age

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/25/2020

Guideline Adherence After Acute MI Improves Long-term Survival

Cardiology Today, 03/12/2020

A Customized EHR Search Interface Can Aid Clinician Burnout

EHR Intelligence, 03/10/2020

Social Support Linked to Mortality in Older Women With CRC

HealthDay News, 01/30/2020

4 Bay Area Institutions Doing Groundbreaking Medical Research

Marin Magazine, 01/29/2020

Human and Analogue Insulins Equivalent for Major Outcomes

MedPage Today, 01/24/2020

Primary-Care Doctors Offer Strategies for Managing Electronic Messages

Reuters Health, 12/31/2019

Rare, Large-Scale Study Drills Down Into Asian American Health

Southern California Public Radio, 12/10/2019

Teledermatology requires fewer visits to detect skin cancer

Healio Dermatology, 11/12/2019

Whites Most Likely to Be Diagnosed With Adult ADHD

Medscape, 11/07/2019

Heart Failure Deaths in US Rise Dramatically, Study Finds

Everyday Health, 11/06/2019

Heart-Failure Deaths Rise, Contributing to Worsening Life Expectancy

Wall Street Journal, 10/30/2019

More Pregnant Women Are Using Cannabis, Research Shows

Here & Now (National Public Radio), 10/28/2019

Where You Live Should Not Determine Your Health Care

TIME, 10/24/2019

Rise in Referrals for Pediatric Transgender Care Underscores Growing Demand

Medscape, 10/19/2019

Insulin Overutilization in Seniors with Type 2 Diabetes

Managed Healthcare Executive, 10/18/2019

Breakthrough study by Kaiser Permanente supports outpatient breast cancer surgery

Santa Rosa Press Democrat, 10/12/2019

Simple Training Tool Reduces Post-Colonoscopy Cancers

Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News, 10/11/2019

Older Diabetics May Be Getting Too Much Insulin

HealthDay, 09/25/2019

Even Normal and Low-Weight Minorities at Higher Diabetes Risk

HealthDay, 09/20/2019

Rates of Diabetes Higher at Lower BMIs Among Minorities

HealthDay, 09/19/2019

'Social Jet Lag' May Contribute to Girls' Weight

MedPage Today, 09/17/2019

Expanding Home Dialysis for Kidney Disease Feasible and Safe

Medscape, 09/13/2019

At-home dialysis makes life better

KP Research Radio, 09/13/2019

EHR data in primary care can help avert HIV infections

Healio Primary Care, 09/11/2019

Treating High Blood Pressure May Slow Cognitive Decline

Healthline, 09/05/2019

Cesarean Section Quality Initiative Cuts Opioid Use

HealthDay, 09/04/2019

Despite efforts, medical imaging use continues to climb, 09/03/2019

Kaiser Permanente reduces patient mortality with predictive analytics

CIO, 08/19/2019

Program reduces opioid exposure, improves outcomes after cesarean delivery

Healio Primary Care, 08/15/2019

Adipose fat distribution a CVD risk after breast cancer

MedPage Today, 08/11/2019

Use of CT scans during pregnancy soars, may pose health risk

Health Data Management, 07/31/2019

Would you want a computer to judge your risk of HIV infection?

New York Times, 07/30/2019

Growing number of pregnant women using marijuana

NBC Nightly News, 07/19/2019

For healthy blood pressure, both numbers matter

NBC, 07/17/2019

Kaiser researchers tap machine learning to identify subgroups of patients

Becker's Hospital Review, 07/17/2019

Anxiety disorders increase hospital visits, costs in type 2 diabetes

Healio, 06/24/2019

Whooping cough vaccine becomes less effective over time, study says

CNN, 06/14/2019

Motivational Interviews Help HIV Patients Reduce Alcohol Use

KCBS Radio, 06/14/2019

Colorectal-Tumor Screening for Lynch Syndrome Has Low Yield in Elderly

Medscape/Reuters Health, 06/14/2019

EMFs aren't just woo-woo nonsense, but how concerned should we really be? Scientists sound off

Well+Good, 06/05/2019

Diabetes Diagnosis: A Teachable Moment for Partners

NIDDK: Diabetes Discoveries & Practice Blog, 05/15/2019

Diabetic teens with high blood sugar may feel more distress

Reuters Health, 05/02/2019

Your Virtual Doctor Will 'See' You Now

US News and World Report, 05/01/2019

The Best Colonoscopy Prep Tips, According to Doctors

Reader's Digest, 05/01/2019

Largest, Diverse Genome-Wide Association Study Links Loci to Asthma Risk

MD Magazine, 04/25/2019

7 Myths About Emergency Contraception You Should Stop Believing, 04/08/2019

Here's How Emergency Contraception Actually Works, 04/01/2019

Fewer Periods May Mean Higher Dementia Risk

HealthDay, 03/24/2019

Bisphosphonates increasingly prescribed to the women most likely to benefit

Medical Xpress, 03/23/2019

Face-to-Face vs Teledermatology for the Diagnosis of Potential Skin Cancers

Dermatology Advisor, 03/19/2019

Kaiser Studies Show Value of Colon Cancer Screening

Livermore Independent, 03/14/2019

Medical scribes boost productivity among ER docs

MultiBriefs, 03/14/2019

Waiting Room Tool Aids Patient-Physician Communication

HealthDay, 03/12/2019

Stroke warning signs

KRON4-TV digital, 03/04/2019

Annual At-Home Tests Just as Effective as Colonoscopies at Detecting Cancer

Healthline, 03/03/2019

Is At-Home Stool Test a Viable Alternative to Colonoscopy?

HealthDay, 02/25/2019

Counseling Could Prevent Perinatal Depression

US News and World Report, 02/13/2019

How Real-time Diagnostics Could Help Reduce Hypochondria, 02/08/2019

Negative Colonoscopy Tied to Lower Cancer Risk at 12 Years

MedPage Today, 12/20/2018

Negative colonoscopy linked to lower colorectal cancer risk after 12 years

Healio, 12/18/2018

Rescreening Interval After Normal Colonoscopy May Be Too Short

Oncology Learning Network, 12/18/2018

12 New Year’s Resolutions That Help You Live Longer

Reader's Digest, 11/29/2018

Computer tool increases safe outpatient management of pulmonary embolism

Healio, 11/13/2018

Omega 3 fatty acids found in seafood tied to healthy aging

Reuters Health, 10/23/2018

Telemedicine helps extend relationships for primary care providers: 7 study insights

Becker's Hospital Review, 10/17/2018

Genetic Glitch Increases Men's Risk of Impotence, Study Says

Associated Press, 10/16/2018

What Causes Erectile Dysfunction? Your Genetics Could Play a Role.

Men's Health, 10/16/2018

Erectile Dysfunction: Men Could be Predisposed via Genetics

Newsweek, 10/16/2018

Kaiser Permanente Sees Good Results With Video-Based Telehealth

mHealthIntelligence, 10/11/2018

HIV Does Not Increase Risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome Recurrence

MD Magazine, 09/11/2018

More Women Are Using Pot During Pregnancy. Here's One Reason Why.

Live Science, 08/20/2018

Pregnant women with severe nausea and vomiting are more likely to use marijuana, study suggests

STAT, 08/20/2018

Catch-up HPV Vaccination Effective for Women Under 21 Years

Medscape, 08/10/2018

Catch-Up HPV Shots Work for Teen Girls

HealthDay, 08/08/2018

HPV Catch-Up Vax Schedule More Effective in Younger Women

MedPage Today, 08/08/2018

The healthcare system is failing autistic adults

Spectrum, 07/26/2018

HIV Increases Heart Failure Risk

MedPage Today, 07/26/2018

Hormone Levels Likely Influence A Woman's Risk Of Alzheimer's. But Exactly How?

NPR, 07/23/2018

Women’s reproductive history may predict Alzheimer’s risk

Washington Post, 07/23/2018

Women bear Alzheimer's burden; researchers are trying to discover why

CNN, 07/23/2018

How Pregnancy May Affect the Risk of Alzheimer’s

Time, 07/23/2018

How pregnancy and childbirth may protect some women from developing dementia

Los Angeles Times, 07/23/2018

Diabetes diagnosis leads patient’s partner to change health behaviors

Healio, 07/17/2018

Sleep Tied to Teenagers’ Metabolic Health

New York Times, 07/17/2018

New Diabetes Diagnosis Could Benefit Household

AAFP News, 07/13/2018

Diabetes Diagnosis 'Silver Lining'? Other Family Members' Health May Improve

US News and World Report/HealthDay, 07/09/2018

Human Insulin as Good as Costly Synthetic Versions

US News and World Report/HealthDay, 06/29/2018

Kaiser Permanente’s Mary Reed, DrPH, to Edit Annual Health IT Issue of The American Journal of Managed Care

Business Wire, 06/28/2018

'Start paying attention, folks, this could be your child.' HIV increasing among youths

Fresno Bee, 06/22/2018

More evidence of NSAID risk in early pregnancy

Reuters Health, 06/20/2018

Numerous health problems burden young adults with autism

Spectrum, 06/14/2018

Women’s Need for Medical Care Spikes Following Sexual Assault, Study Finds

California Health Report, 06/08/2018

Patients with acute kidney injury ‘at increased risk of heart failure’

Nursing Times, 05/21/2018

As Paroxysmal Afib Burden Rises, So Does Stroke Risk

MedPage Today, 05/16/2018

Study: Mothers’ weight linked to daughters’ early puberty

Mercury News, 04/23/2018

Girls born to obese moms far more likely to start puberty early, study finds

ABC News, 04/16/2018

Small proportion of hypoglycemia events captured by surveillance

Healio, 04/16/2018

Personalized Letter Aids Those With Gestational Diabetes

Medscape, 04/16/2018

Breast cancer patients fare better if they have muscle: Study

ABC News, 04/07/2018

Low Muscle Mass Tied to Death Risk in Early-Stage Breast Cancer

Medscape, 04/05/2018

Kaiser Permanente Program Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risks

HealthIT Analytics, 03/28/2018

Kids With Autism Are Less Likely to Be Vaccinated

TIME, 03/26/2018

Risk Scores Combined With Lower Troponin Cut Points May Help Refine Rule-Out Tests for Chest Pain

TCTMD, 02/05/2018

Fast Stroke Response Reported by Kaiser

Livermore Independent, 02/01/2018

Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Risk of Diabetes

New York Times, 01/17/2018

More pregnant women are using marijuana, study says

San Francisco Chronicle, 12/27/2017

Kaiser study shows new program cuts stroke treatment time in half

ABC7 Bay Area, 12/19/2017

Radiation typical of cell phones and Wi-Fi linked to high rate of miscarriages

San Francisco Chronicle, 12/17/2017

Why too much exercise could be bad for you

The Times (UK), 11/11/2017

Working out like a madman might actually be bad for your heart in the long run

Men's Health, 10/24/2017

More phthalates banned in children's toys by US government

CNN Health, 10/20/2017

Why You Probably Shouldn't Worry About Exercising Yourself to Death

TIME Health, 10/19/2017

Report: Positive trends in CHD, stroke deaths reversing

Cardiology Today, 10/18/2017

High Blood Pressure in Midlife Tied to Later Dementia

New York Times, 10/11/2017

High blood pressure puts women at risk of dementia

The Times (London), 10/05/2017

Here’s what women in their 40s can do to help prevent dementia later in life

Sacramento Bee, 10/04/2017

Of All Things To Entice People To Get Screened For Colon Cancer: Reminders In The Mail

KERA-News, 09/20/2017

Birthplace May Be Tied to Dementia Risk

New York Times, 09/14/2017

Identifying T2D Patients at Risk for Hypoglycemia Hospitalization

Medpage Today, 08/21/2017

Being born in U.S. ‘stroke belt’ tied to higher risk of dementia

Reuters Health, 08/08/2017

Mortality decreasing for ischemic heart disease, rising for HF in US

Cardiology Today, 08/07/2017

Why You Should Continue to Vaccinate Your Kids

U.S. News and World Report, 07/20/2017

Kaiser Permanente Study Finds New Approaches Improve Surgical Outcomes

KCBS Radio, 07/19/2017

Stress And Poverty May Explain High Rates Of Dementia In African-Americans

NPR, 07/17/2017

Stress of poverty, racism raise risk of Alzheimer’s for African Americans, new research suggests

Washington Post, 07/16/2017

Medley of medical problems may precede autism features

Spectrum, 06/21/2017

Getting Buy-In for Predictive Analytics in Health Care

Harvard Business Review, 06/20/2017

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program Ups Outcomes

Physicians Weekly, 05/12/2017

Pertussis Vaccine In Pregnancy Protects 9 Of 10 Newborns From Whooping Cough

Forbes, 04/03/2017

The Surprisingly Effective Way to Lose Weight, 02/01/2017

Electronic Health Records May Help Customize Medical Treatments

NPR, 01/09/2017

Language may impact diabetes care for Latinos with limited English

Fox News Health, 01/04/2017

Rise in heart disease deaths sends experts down new paths

CNBC, 12/22/2016

In Battle Against Ovarian Cancer, A New Focus on Fallopian Tubes

Kaiser Health News, 12/21/2016

Fallopian tubes may have big role in ovarian cancer fight

CNN, 12/20/2016

Social support tied to better breast cancer outcomes

Reuters Health, 12/15/2016

Addiction is an Illness, Not ‘a Moral Failing,’ Says Surgeon General

KQED "Forum", 11/29/2016

Vitamin D Linked to Longer Breast Cancer Survival

New York Times, 11/14/2016

Infections, Not Antibiotics, May Be Tied to Childhood Obesity

New York Times, 11/01/2016

The Human-Machine Equation: How Predictive Analytics Equips Doctors To Take Better Care Of You

Forbes, 10/27/2016

Can Kaiser’s autism program find 3,800 families before deadline?

The Mercury News, 09/13/2016

Life Expectancy for People with HIV Continues to Improve

Healthline, 08/08/2016

Clinical Study Targets Racial Disparities In Dementia Risk

Forbes, 07/15/2016

Annual Decline in Heart-Disease Death Rates in U.S. Flat Since 2011

Wall Street Journal, 06/29/2016

A New Instrument in Researchers' Toolbox: Autism Family Biobank

Interactive Autism Network, 05/25/2016

Time to Colonoscopy Counts After Positive Stool Test

Medscape, 05/20/2016

Why Your Heart Disease Risk May Not Be as High as You Think

TIME magazine, 05/01/2016

HIV Complications: What Happens to Your Body

Everyday Health, 04/03/2016

Atezolizumab Improves Survival vs Docetaxel in Advanced Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer

ASCO Post, 03/17/2016

Average Life Expectancy For People in HIV Care Still Falls Far Short

POZ, 02/25/2016

Major study finds risks for dementia vary between ethnic groups

San Francisco Chronicle, 02/09/2016

Whooping Cough Booster Vaccine Protection Fades Quickly, Kaiser Study Shows

KQED (NPR), 02/04/2016

Study Finds Stool Test Effective for Detecting Colon Cancer

HealthDay, 01/24/2016

Study reveals genes make people susceptible to hernias

UPI, 12/20/2015

Breastfeeding associated with 50% lower risk of type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes

NIH Research Matters, 12/06/2015

How 100,000 Californians are changing health care

California Health Report, 11/10/2015

Brief training increases pediatrician screening for drug abuse, mental health

UPI, 11/03/2015

Kaiser Surveys the Gene Pool for Sources of Autism

Oakland magazine, 10/14/2015

As HIV Patients Live Longer, Certain Cancer Risks Rise

HealthDay, 10/04/2015

How Age Differences Between Siblings Can Affect Autism Risk(2)

Time, 09/14/2015

EHRs with Decision Support Help Optimize Care for Ischemic Stroke Patients

Healthcare Informatics, 09/08/2015

HIV-preventing drug holds up under study

San Francisco Chronicle, 09/01/2015

Insurer Says Clients on Daily Pill Have Stayed H.I.V.-Free

New York Times, 09/01/2015

Breast-Feedings Heart Benefits

New York Times Well blog, 08/16/2015

Study Refutes Notion That Diabetes Drug Actos Raises Bladder Cancer Risk

HealthDay, 07/20/2015

Type 1 Diabetes Linked to Higher Risk of Dementia

HealthDay, 07/20/2015

Breast-Feeding Tied to Healthier Arteries in Middle Age

HealthDay, 07/07/2015

Turning spit and data into treasure

Genetics, 06/22/2015

Oral Steroids May Be Ineffective Against Sciatica Back Pain

New York Times, 05/24/2015

Steroids No Better for Sciatica Pain Than Placebo, Study Finds(2)

US News & World Report, 05/18/2015

Groundbreaking Autism Study by Kaiser Permanente

ABC-30 Action News, 04/28/2015

Breast-feeding cuts moms risk of breast cancer, study shows

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/27/2015

Kaiser to look for autisms causes in large-scale study

San Francisco Chronicle, 03/31/2015

Measle outbreak spreads; unvaccinated urged to get vaccine

National Public Radio - Morning Edition, 01/27/2015

With Proper Care, People With HIV May Erase Raised Heart Attack Risk

AIDSMEDS, 01/27/2015

Autism Genes Vary, Even in Affected Siblings, Study Finds

US News and World Report/HealthDay, 01/25/2015

Unvaccinated children clusters pop up all over Northern California

San Francisco Chronicle, 01/18/2015

Long-Term Study Finds Measles Vaccines Safe

HealthDay, 01/06/2015

Digoxin linked to elevated risk for death, hospitalization in patients with AF

Cardiology Today, 12/28/2014

Nearly All Diabetics Should Be on Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs: Experts

HealthDay, 12/22/2014

Statins for Patients With Diabetes: ADA

MedPage Today, 12/22/2014

Doctors Dole Out Prescriptions for Exercise

Wall Street Journal, 12/07/2014

Treating Irregular Heartbeat With Digoxin May Come With Risks

HealthDay, 11/20/2014

Dementia Risk in Type 2 Diabetes: Assessing Racial and Ethnic Differences

Physician's Weekly, 10/13/2014

Morris Collen, Pioneer in Computerized Medicine, Dies at 100

New York Times, 10/03/2014

Dr. Morris Collen dies, was pioneer in medical computing

San Francisco Chronicle, 09/29/2014

Kaiser Permanente's Genetic Database Is Boon to Medical Research

Business Week, 09/24/2014

Ovarian cancer fears prompt unnecessary surgeries, study finds

San Francisco Chronicle, 09/18/2014

Churches combat health disparities in minorities through outreach

San Francisco Chronicle, 09/09/2014

Kaiser gets $7.4M grant boost to clinical cancer trials

Sacramento Business Journal, 08/04/2014

What the patient-doctor visit needs: More structure

mHealth News, 07/29/2014

Hypoglycemia Rising in Older People With Diabetes

New York Times, 06/19/2014

Parents of a Child With Autism Often Forgo Further Childbearing

US News & World Report, 06/18/2014

Genetics data available for secondary analysis

Inside NIA, 06/17/2014

Varicella incidence rates decrease while vaccination rates increase

Infectious Diseases in Children, 06/17/2014

Rotavirus vaccines have saved nearly $1 billion

USA Today, 06/08/2014

Does It Matter Who Is the Doctor Who Performs Your Screening Colonoscopy?, 06/08/2014

Kidney Function May Affect Risk for Kidney, Bladder Cancer

Cancer Network, 06/02/2014

Sharing the Wealth

The Scientist, 04/30/2014

Hypertension Control Means Celebrating Something That Doesn't Happen

Huffington Post, 04/27/2014

Kaiser study looks to help blacks manage blood pressure

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/23/2014

Mother's weight gain, or lack of it, tied to infant obesity

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/23/2014

Pregnancy Weight Gain Predicts Childs Obesity

New York Times, 04/16/2014

Whooping cough bounces back

Science News, 04/03/2014

Your Doctors Skill at Colonoscopy May Reduce Your Later Colon Cancer Risk

KQED State of Health blog, 04/02/2014

Doctors' Skill at Colonoscopy May Affect Patients' Colon Cancer Risk: Study

HealthDay, 04/01/2014

The link between acid suppressing medication and vitamin B12 deficiency

Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 03/23/2014

Pregnancy diabetes could mean earlier heart disease

Boston Globe, 03/10/2014

Diabetes in overweight women linked to low level of protein

San Francisco Chronicle, 02/24/2014

Home screening test detects 79% of colorectal cancers

USA Today, 02/02/2014

Alcohol Screening and Counseling: An effective but underused health service

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 01/06/2014

Can Bacterial Infections During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk?

HealthDay, 01/01/2014

New risk stratification algorithm suggested for neonatal sepsis

2-Minute Medicine, 12/22/2013

Putting Health Care Reform In Perspective

Robert Pearl - Forbes blog, 12/18/2013

Race Affects Risk of Dementia in Older Diabetes Patients

HealthDay, 12/12/2013

Popular antacids increase risk of B12 defiency

San Francisco Chronicle, 12/10/2013

Acid-Suppressing Drugs Linked to Vitamin B12 Deficiency

New York Times, 12/10/2013

Heartening Drop in Diabetes Complications Seen Among Seniors

HealthDay, 12/09/2013

How To Get Patients To Exercise More

KQED State of Health blog, 12/04/2013

Mail order pharmacy use safe for people with diabetes

Reuters Health, 11/24/2013

For Many People, Lowering Blood Pressure Will Take A Village

NPR, 11/14/2013

Electronic Health Records' Make-or-Break Year

Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 11/13/2013

Kaiser doctor's 100th birthday no time to slow down

San Francisco Chronicle, 11/11/2013

Early onset of puberty in girls linked to obesity

San Francisco Chronicle, 11/03/2013

Study Finds Girls Entering Puberty Younger; Obesity Implicated

California Report State of Health blog, 11/03/2013

No Increase in Heart Attacks Among HIV-Infected People With High CD4+ Cell Counts

The Body PRO, 10/27/2013

Electronic Health Record Reduces ED Visits, Hospitalizations in Patients With Diabetes

DiabeticLifestyle, 10/15/2013

Children Benefit From Early Dose of Measles Vaccine, Study Finds

HealthDay, 10/14/2013

Colon cancer screening works over the long term, studies confirm

Los Angeles Times, 09/17/2013

Colon Cancer Screenings Work, Twin Studies Report

HealthDay, 09/17/2013

Electronic records tied to fewer hospitalizations

Reuters Health, 09/09/2013

Program Improves Blood Pressure Control

NIH Research Matters, 09/08/2013

Kaiser study yields big progress for hypertension

San Francisco Chronicle, 08/21/2013

Blood pressure control rates improve after participation in large-scale hypertension program

The JAMA Network, 08/20/2013

Program tied to system-wide blood pressure benefits

Reuters Health, 08/19/2013

New Formula Helps Doctors Predict Which Diabetics Get Dementia

ABC News Radio, 08/18/2013

New Method to Predict Dementia Risk for Type 2 Diabetics

KQED, 08/18/2013

CYGNET Study - Puberty

ABC7 - Beyond the Headlines, 08/17/2013

Exercise no help against hot flashes

Reuters, 08/01/2013

Whooping cough booster not enough to stop outbreaks

Reuters, 07/31/2013

Researchers hope to improve stroke disparity in black population

San Francisco Examiner, 06/20/2013

Study links food-packaging chemical and obesity in girls

USA Today, 06/11/2013

Kaiser research method hailed as transformative

Oakland Tribune, 06/08/2013

New Study Focuses On Fighting Cancer With Love

CBS Newspath, 05/30/2013

BPA Linked with Lower Testosterone

MyHealthNewsDaily, 05/07/2013

Large study finds no vaccine link to nerve disorder

Reuters, 04/19/2013

How Exercise And Other Activities Beat Back Dementia

NPR, 04/14/2013

BPA may be labeled toxicant by state

SF Chronicle, 04/03/2013

Putting an End to Chickenpox

New York Times, 04/03/2013

Chicken pox vaccine effective over long term, Kaiser study finds

Los Angeles Times, 03/31/2013

Chicken Pox Decimated Among Kids, Though Continued Success Dependent Upon Vaccination Rates, 03/31/2013

After breast cancer, high-fat dairy foods raise risk of death

Reuters, 03/13/2013

Fatty dairy linked to early cancer death

San Francisco Chronicle, 03/13/2013

Meet Your Anti-Aging Future

Prevention, 02/28/2013

Kaiser Permanente Goes All Out To Provide Access to Wellness

Managed Care Magazine, 02/28/2013

FDA OKs new Genentech breast cancer drug

SF Gate, 02/21/2013

High Blood Pressure in Kids May Be Less Common Than Thought

US News & World Health, 01/28/2013

Saliva Samples Aid Genetics Research

SF Gate, 11/19/2012

Matching DNA With Medical Records To Crack Disease And Aging

NPR, 11/18/2012

Breast Cancer Study: Strong Social Ties Improve Chance Of Survival

Huffington Post, 11/13/2012

Whooping Cough Shots Questioned

Wall Street Journal, 09/11/2012

Whooping Cough Vaccine Loses Punch Too Fast

Associated Press, 09/11/2012

Small Changes In Treatment Keep Stroke Patients Alive

Wall Street Journal, 06/10/2012

BMI Thresholds for Gestational Diabetes Differ by Race

Doctors Lounge, 05/30/2012

No Rise in Seizure Risk with MMRV Booster Shot

WebMD, 04/01/2012

Measles Vaccines Won't Raise Seizure Risk in Young Kids: Study

HealthDay, 04/01/2012

Autism rates up, partly because of better screening

San Francisco Chronicle, 03/30/2012

Studies Could Ease Fears of Medicines for ADHD

The Wall Street Journal, 12/12/2011

Could Microwaves Be Associated with Children's Asthma?

Time Magazine, 08/01/2011

UCSF, Kaiser unlock genetic data in 100K-person study

San Francisco Business Times, 07/20/2011

Rethinking Autism

ABC News, 07/08/2011

Antidepressant use in pregnancy may raise autism risk

CNN Health, 07/06/2011

Studies Examine Autism's Link to Antidepressants, Other Factors

Wall Street Journal, 07/05/2011

UCSF, Stanford autism study shows surprises

San Francisco Chronicle, 07/04/2011

Studies Examine Autism's Link to Antidepressants, Other Factors

Wall Street Journal, 07/04/2011

UCSF, Stanford autism study shows surprises

San Francisco Chronicle, 07/04/2011

Gestational Diabetes Predictable Before Pregnancy, Experts Say, 05/26/2011

Weight Gain Between Pregnancies Raises Gestational Diabetes Risk

WebMD Health News, 05/22/2011

Post-baby weight gain raises diabetes risk in next pregnancy /, 05/22/2011

New Autism Findings

NPR Boston (WBUR), 05/10/2011

Study in Korea Puts Autism’s Prevalence at 2.6%, Surprising Experts

New York Times, 05/09/2011

Severe Weight Gain After Breast Cancer May Threaten Health

HealthDay, 04/04/2011

Can Prescription Amphetamine Use Raise Parkinson's Risk?

HealthDay, 02/19/2011

New Drug Strategy Shows Promise Against HIV

HealthDay, 12/21/2010

Hormone Therapy May Prevent -- or Contribute to -- Dementia Risk

Los Angeles Times, 11/17/2010

High Exposure to BPA Linked to Low Sperm Count

The Chicago Tribune, 10/27/2010

Study: BPA Has Effect on Sperm

Washington Post, 10/27/2010

Study: Alzheimer's Risk Spikes 157 Percent with Heavy Smoking

USA Today, 10/24/2010

Smoking Boosts Risk for Alzheimer's

CNN Health, 10/24/2010

First Signs of Puberty Seen in Younger Girls

New York Times, 09/08/2010

2 Shots May Be Better Than One for Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Chicken Pox

Los Angeles Times, 06/26/2010

Heart Attacks Drop Dramatically in Last Decade

CBS News, 06/10/2010

Heart Attacks Down 24% in Decade, 62% for Worst

San Francisco Chronicle, 06/09/2010

Health Plan Reports Major Drop in Heart Attacks

US News and World Report, 06/09/2010

5 Toxics That Are Everywhere: Protect Yourself

CNN, 06/02/2010

Early-pregnancy Weight Gain Linked to Gestational Diabetes

Los Angeles Times, 02/22/2010

At-home Stool Test Can Help Halt Colon Cancer

MSNBC, 02/13/2010

Too Much Drinking, Eating Tied to Breast Cancer Recurrence

HealthDay, 12/09/2009

Alcohol May Increase Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Time/CNN, 12/09/2009

Alcohol Raises Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

WebMD, 12/09/2009

Breast-feeding May Protect Moms Health

USA Today, 12/02/2009

Plastics Chemical Linked to Male Sexual Dysfunction

ABC News, 11/10/2009

Opioids Prescribed More Often for Substance Abusers

Reuters, 10/12/2009

Kaiser Permanente, UCSF Land $25M Grant for Genotyping Effort

GenomeWeb Daily, 10/11/2009

Kaiser Permanente Wins $54M+ in NIH Grants for Genetic, Other Research

San Francisco Business Times, 10/11/2009

Jaundice Screening in Newborns Helps Decrease Number of Severe Incidences, Researchers Say, 09/28/2009

Improved Screening for Jaundice Can Protect Newborns

US News and World Report, 09/27/2009

Antioxidants Pose No Melanoma Threat - HealthDay

HealthDay, 09/04/2009

Routine Warfarin Use for Afib Questioned

MedPage Today, 08/30/2009

Antioxidants Pose No Melanoma Threat

U.S. News and World Report, 08/16/2009

Midlife Cholesterol Linked to Dementia - NPR

NPR, 08/09/2009

High Cholesterol in Midlife Increases Risk of Developing Dementia, 08/04/2009

Mildly High Cholesterol at Midlife Linked to Alzheimers

New York Times, 08/04/2009

Alzheimer's Linked to Cholesterol Level in Middle Age

MedPage Today, 08/03/2009

Midlife Heart Risk Factors Linked to Later Dementia

HealthDay, 08/03/2009

High Cholesterol in Middle Age May Lead to Dementia

Reuters, 08/03/2009

Midlife Cholesterol Levels Linked to Dementia

San Francisco Chronicle, 08/03/2009

Midlife Heart Problems Can Lead to Dementia

The Globe and Mail, 08/03/2009

Study Shows High Total Cholesterol in Midlife Could Raise Risk for Alzheimer's Disease

WebMD, 08/03/2009