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HbA1c may overestimate mean glucose for some Black patients with diabetes

Endocrine Today, August 31, 2023

Actually, Alcohol Use Might Not Increase Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk

Real Health, August 30, 2023

Kaiser Permanente’s AI approach puts patients and doctors first

AMA Update, August 25, 2023

More young women are getting breast cancer. They want answers.

Washington Post, August 22, 2023

Drinking May Not Raise Risk of Breast Cancer’s Return

HealthDay News, August 15, 2023

Alcohol May Not Affect Breast Cancer Recurrence or Survival Odds

Everyday Health, August 11, 2023

Learning from the ‘Covid dodgers’

Politico, August 10, 2023

Drinking alcohol not likely to increase risk of a breast cancer recurrence

Medical XPress, August 9, 2023

Structured Surveillance Rarely Used for Patients with Subsegmental Pulmonary Embolism Despite Recommendations

Pharmacy Times, August 8, 2023

Women’s problem drinking is catching up to men’s

Wall Street Journal, August 8, 2023

Surveillance Still Not an Option for Many With Subsegmental Pulmonary Embolism

MedPage Today, August 3, 2023

Early Pregnancy BP Predicts Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

HealthDay, July 27, 2023

Providers tap into health tech tools to prevent maternal health emergencies

Fierce Healthcare, July 26, 2023

Mix of in-office, telehealth visit safe for prenatal care

Health Day, July 18, 2023

Early-Pregnancy Serial BP Measurements Can Reclassify Risk of Preeclampsia

MedPage Today, July 12, 2023

Early pregnancy blood pressure patterns can predict risk of preeclampsia and gestational hypertension

News Medical, July 12, 2023

A low-quality education could mean dementia later

Sacramento Observer, June 26, 2023

Kaiser Permanente scientist wins national March of Dimes award for maternal health research

San Francisco Business Times, June 23, 2023

Mammographic AI Algorithms Improve Breast Cancer Prediction

Health Day, June 8, 2023

AI to be tested in Kaiser Permanente’s AIM-HI program

Healthcare Finance, June 6, 2023

Study finds no serious side effects from COVID vaccines for young children

San Francisco Chronicle, June 6, 2023

Breast Cancer Risk May be Identified Earlier with Help From Artificial Intelligence

Healthline, June 6, 2023

AI can help improve breast cancer risk predictions, study finds

CBS News, June 6, 2023

AI Algorithms Outperform Standard Model of Predicting Five-Year Risk for Breast Cancer

Inside Precision Medicine, June 6, 2023

AI predicts 5-year breast cancer risk better than standard tools — but we aren’t sure how it works

Live Science, June 6, 2023

Q&A: Breastfeeding has beneficial effects on cardiometabolic health

Healio: Reproductive and Maternal Health, May 26, 2023

Dan Li on Reducing Gastric Cancer Incidence by Treating H. Pylori

MedPage Today, May 22, 2023

Colorectal cancer is on track to be the deadliest cancer among people under 50

NPR, May 20, 2023

Erica Gunderson, PhD, explains cardiometabolic health, childhood obesity link to breastfeeding

Contemporary Pediatrics, May 9, 2023

H Pylori  Eradication Therapy Curbs Risk for Stomach Cancer

Medscape, May 5, 2023

What Doctors Want Young People To Know About Colorectal Cancer—Including How Screenings Can Save Your Life

Well and Good, April 29, 2023

COVID-19 vaccines effective in children, teens

Health Day, April 19, 2023

Increased albuminuria risk among Asian Americans with diabetes differs by ethnicity

Healio Endocriniology, April 18, 2023

Low-quality education linked to higher dementia risk

Neurology Today , April 6, 2023

Think You’re Too Young to Need a Colonoscopy? Think Again

Wall Street Journal, April 5, 2023

These moms didn’t realize they were having a heart attack. Why experts say it’s important to know the subtle signs.

Yahoo News, March 20, 2023

Colorectal cancer is rising among Gen X, Y & Z

NPR, March 20, 2023

Study sees possible benefit of tenofovir against COVID-19

Healio Infectious Disease, March 11, 2023

Covid-19 vaccines during pregnancy protect newborns from infection

New Scientist, March 7, 2023

Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Rose During Early Pandemic

Psychiatric News, March 3, 2023

Kids’ screen time rose during the pandemic and stayed high

Education Week, February 28, 2023

New Data Support Tighter Air Pollution Standards to Reduce CV Events

TCTMD, February 27, 2023

Air Pollution Might Make People 16% More Likely To Die From Heart Disease

Forbes, February 25, 2023

Study Ties Long-Term Air Pollution Exposure to Higher Heart Attack, Disease Risk

Common Dreams, February 24, 2023

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

The Hill, February 24, 2023

Long-term air pollution exposure tied to CV health risks

Cardiology Today, February 23, 2023

Poorer schools could bring higher dementia rates many decades later

Health Day, February 14, 2023

Colorectal Cancer Screening: Which Method Is Right for You?

Everyday Health, January 26, 2023

Looking at the safety of bivalent boosters

CNN, January 26, 2023

Women who survive cancer experience faster declines in physical function

Healio, January 19, 2023

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

Cure, January 2, 2023

With Stool Testing, Fewer Americans May Delay Colon Screening

Undark, December 5, 2022

Environmental Stress and Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiology Today, November 1, 2022

Pregnancy and pot: Healthy alternative or bad for baby?

Mercury News, October 18, 2022

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

NPR, October 13, 2022

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

NPR, October 13, 2022

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

August 12, 2022

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

Healio, August 4, 2022

Parenting helps protect against severe COVID, Kaiser study finds

Mercury News, July 28, 2022

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

Cardiology Today, July 5, 2022

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

Healio Primary Care, June 29, 2022

Lifestyle coaching intervention improves BP control among Blacks

HealthDay, May 18, 2022

Breast cancer survivors at increased risk of heart disease

Forbes, April 8, 2022

Deaths from Heart Disease and Stroke Rose Sharply During Pandemic

The Wall Street Journal, March 23, 2022

Why Mammograms May Be Good for Your Heart

Everyday Health, March 17, 2022

Research: Kaiser Permanente Cancer Screening Eliminated Disparities

Healthcare Innovation, March 4, 2022

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

CNN, March 1, 2022

Identifying drug, alcohol use risk factors in teenagers

KGO-TV, February 23, 2022

Age, Sex Factors for Heart Failure Among HIV Patients

Contagion Live, January 21, 2022

HIV Infection Linked to Heart Failure Risk in Kaiser Study

Medscape, December 15, 2021

4 in 10 Fractures in Breast Cancer Patients Are Pathologic

Medscape, November 29, 2021

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

Medscape, November 16, 2021

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

Sacramento Bee, November 3, 2021

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

TuSalud, October 15, 2021

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

MedPage Today, September 27, 2021

Nix Race From eGFR, Says Joint Task Force

MedPage Today, September 23, 2021

USPSTF Lowers Diabetes Screening Age for Patients With Obesity

Medscape, August 25, 2021

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

Pulmonology Advisor, August 3, 2021

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

The North Bay Business Journal, July 26, 2021

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

Medscape, July 1, 2021

US Study Finds No Association With ‘COVID Toes’ and COVID-19

Medscape, June 23, 2021

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

Healio Endocrinology, June 22, 2021

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

Endocrine Today, June 8, 2021

ER Visits for Heart Attacks Rebounded After Pandemic Decline

US News & World Report, June 4, 2021

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

SFGate, May 18, 2021

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

Dermatology Times, May 17, 2021

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

Radiology Business, May 7, 2021

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

Fierce Healthcare, April 30, 2021

Black young adults face higher stroke risk than their white peers

SFGate, March 30, 2021

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

Healio Pulmonology, March 26, 2021

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

Medscape, March 19, 2021

Diabetes While Pregnant Ups Odds for Heart Disease Later

US News & World Report, February 12, 2021

Gestational Diabetes Carries CVD Risk Years Later

Medscape, February 5, 2021

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

Cardiology Today, January 28, 2021

Exercise key to lowering risk for gestational diabetes

HealthDay, January 14, 2021

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

MedCity News, January 12, 2021

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

HealthDay, December 18, 2020

Long-Term Oral Bisphosphonates Get Little Love in Study

MedPage Today, December 11, 2020

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

The Washington Post, December 11, 2020

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

TheBodyPro, November 30, 2020

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

Radiology Business, November 6, 2020

CV Risk Factors in Black Teens Tied to Later Cognitive Decline

Medscape, September 29, 2020

Housing Insecurity Predictive of Poor Glycemic Control

MedPage Today, September 25, 2020

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

Spectrum, September 23, 2020

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

Medscape/Reuters Health, September 21, 2020

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

Northern California Public Media, August 28, 2020

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

Clinical Advisor, August 28, 2020

Bay Area joins two major coronavirus vaccine trials

San Francisco Chronicle, August 12, 2020

Bay Area Kaiser recruiting participants for COVID-19 vaccine trial

KTVU Fox News, August 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, August 7, 2020

Asthma common among children with autism, developmental disabilities

Spectrum, August 7, 2020

How breastfeeding protects mothers

The Scientist, July 17, 2020

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

Long-term PrEP continuum of care patterns

ContagionLive, July 8, 2020

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

TheBodyPro, July 6, 2020

Indoor air pollution and heavy metals linked to child obesity

Environmental Health News, June 26, 2020

What Makes a Patient Choose Telehealth Care Access?

Patient Engagment Hit, June 26, 2020

Study: Azithromycin doubles risk for cardiovascular death versus amoxicillin

UPI, June 19, 2020

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

Healthcare Dive, June 18, 2020

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

Fierce Healthcare, June 12, 2020

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

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

KQED, May 26, 2020

Kaiser study finds coronavirus seriously affects people regardless of age

San Francisco Chronicle, April 25, 2020

Guideline Adherence After Acute MI Improves Long-term Survival

Cardiology Today, March 12, 2020

A Customized EHR Search Interface Can Aid Clinician Burnout

EHR Intelligence, March 10, 2020

Social Support Linked to Mortality in Older Women With CRC

HealthDay News, January 30, 2020

4 Bay Area Institutions Doing Groundbreaking Medical Research

Marin Magazine, January 29, 2020

Human and Analogue Insulins Equivalent for Major Outcomes

MedPage Today, January 24, 2020

Primary-Care Doctors Offer Strategies for Managing Electronic Messages

Reuters Health, December 31, 2019

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

Southern California Public Radio, December 10, 2019

Teledermatology requires fewer visits to detect skin cancer

Healio Dermatology, November 12, 2019

Whites Most Likely to Be Diagnosed With Adult ADHD

Medscape, November 7, 2019

Heart Failure Deaths in US Rise Dramatically, Study Finds

Everyday Health, November 6, 2019

Heart-Failure Deaths Rise, Contributing to Worsening Life Expectancy

Wall Street Journal, October 30, 2019

More Pregnant Women Are Using Cannabis, Research Shows

Here & Now (National Public Radio), October 28, 2019

Where You Live Should Not Determine Your Health Care

TIME, October 24, 2019

Rise in Referrals for Pediatric Transgender Care Underscores Growing Demand

Medscape, October 19, 2019

Insulin Overutilization in Seniors with Type 2 Diabetes

Managed Healthcare Executive, October 18, 2019

Breakthrough study by Kaiser Permanente supports outpatient breast cancer surgery

Santa Rosa Press Democrat, October 12, 2019

Simple Training Tool Reduces Post-Colonoscopy Cancers

Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News, October 11, 2019

Older Diabetics May Be Getting Too Much Insulin

HealthDay, September 25, 2019

Even Normal and Low-Weight Minorities at Higher Diabetes Risk

HealthDay, September 20, 2019

Rates of Diabetes Higher at Lower BMIs Among Minorities

HealthDay, September 19, 2019

‘Social Jet Lag’ May Contribute to Girls’ Weight

MedPage Today, September 17, 2019

Expanding Home Dialysis for Kidney Disease Feasible and Safe

Medscape, September 13, 2019

At-home dialysis makes life better

KP Research Radio, September 13, 2019

EHR data in primary care can help avert HIV infections

Healio Primary Care, September 11, 2019

Treating High Blood Pressure May Slow Cognitive Decline

Healthline, September 5, 2019

Cesarean Section Quality Initiative Cuts Opioid Use

HealthDay, September 4, 2019

Despite efforts, medical imaging use continues to climb, September 3, 2019

Kaiser Permanente reduces patient mortality with predictive analytics

CIO, August 19, 2019

Program reduces opioid exposure, improves outcomes after cesarean delivery

Healio Primary Care, August 15, 2019

Adipose fat distribution a CVD risk after breast cancer

MedPage Today, August 11, 2019

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

Health Data Management, July 31, 2019

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

New York Times, July 30, 2019

Growing number of pregnant women using marijuana

NBC Nightly News, July 19, 2019

For healthy blood pressure, both numbers matter

NBC, July 17, 2019

Kaiser researchers tap machine learning to identify subgroups of patients

Becker's Hospital Review, July 17, 2019

Anxiety disorders increase hospital visits, costs in type 2 diabetes

Healio, June 24, 2019

Whooping cough vaccine becomes less effective over time, study says

CNN, June 14, 2019

Motivational Interviews Help HIV Patients Reduce Alcohol Use

KCBS Radio, June 14, 2019

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

Medscape/Reuters Health, June 14, 2019

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

Well+Good, June 5, 2019

Diabetes Diagnosis: A Teachable Moment for Partners

NIDDK: Diabetes Discoveries & Practice Blog, May 15, 2019

Diabetic teens with high blood sugar may feel more distress

Reuters Health, May 2, 2019

Your Virtual Doctor Will ‘See’ You Now

US News and World Report, May 1, 2019

The Best Colonoscopy Prep Tips, According to Doctors

Reader's Digest, May 1, 2019

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

MD Magazine, April 25, 2019

7 Myths About Emergency Contraception You Should Stop Believing, April 8, 2019

Here’s How Emergency Contraception Actually Works, April 1, 2019

Fewer Periods May Mean Higher Dementia Risk

HealthDay, March 24, 2019

Bisphosphonates increasingly prescribed to the women most likely to benefit

Medical Xpress, March 23, 2019

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

Dermatology Advisor, March 19, 2019

Kaiser Studies Show Value of Colon Cancer Screening

Livermore Independent, March 14, 2019

Medical scribes boost productivity among ER docs

MultiBriefs, March 14, 2019

Waiting Room Tool Aids Patient-Physician Communication

HealthDay, March 12, 2019

Stroke warning signs

KRON4-TV digital, March 4, 2019

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

Healthline, March 3, 2019

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

HealthDay, February 25, 2019

Counseling Could Prevent Perinatal Depression

US News and World Report, February 13, 2019

How Real-time Diagnostics Could Help Reduce Hypochondria, February 8, 2019

Negative Colonoscopy Tied to Lower Cancer Risk at 12 Years

MedPage Today, December 20, 2018

Negative colonoscopy linked to lower colorectal cancer risk after 12 years

Healio, December 18, 2018

Rescreening Interval After Normal Colonoscopy May Be Too Short

Oncology Learning Network, December 18, 2018

12 New Year’s Resolutions That Help You Live Longer

Reader's Digest, November 29, 2018

Computer tool increases safe outpatient management of pulmonary embolism

Healio, November 13, 2018

Omega 3 fatty acids found in seafood tied to healthy aging

Reuters Health, October 23, 2018

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

Becker's Hospital Review, October 17, 2018

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

Associated Press, October 16, 2018

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

Men's Health, October 16, 2018

Erectile Dysfunction: Men Could be Predisposed via Genetics

Newsweek, October 16, 2018

Kaiser Permanente Sees Good Results With Video-Based Telehealth

mHealthIntelligence, October 11, 2018

HIV Does Not Increase Risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome Recurrence

MD Magazine, September 11, 2018

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

Live Science, August 20, 2018

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

STAT, August 20, 2018

Catch-up HPV Vaccination Effective for Women Under 21 Years

Medscape, August 10, 2018

Catch-Up HPV Shots Work for Teen Girls

HealthDay, August 8, 2018

HPV Catch-Up Vax Schedule More Effective in Younger Women

MedPage Today, August 8, 2018

The healthcare system is failing autistic adults

Spectrum, July 26, 2018

HIV Increases Heart Failure Risk

MedPage Today, July 26, 2018

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

NPR, July 23, 2018

Women’s reproductive history may predict Alzheimer’s risk

Washington Post, July 23, 2018

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

CNN, July 23, 2018

How Pregnancy May Affect the Risk of Alzheimer’s

Time, July 23, 2018

How pregnancy and childbirth may protect some women from developing dementia

Los Angeles Times, July 23, 2018

Diabetes diagnosis leads patient’s partner to change health behaviors

Healio, July 17, 2018

Sleep Tied to Teenagers’ Metabolic Health

New York Times, July 17, 2018

New Diabetes Diagnosis Could Benefit Household

AAFP News, July 13, 2018

Diabetes Diagnosis ‘Silver Lining’? Other Family Members’ Health May Improve

US News and World Report/HealthDay, July 9, 2018

Human Insulin as Good as Costly Synthetic Versions

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

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

Business Wire, June 28, 2018

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

Fresno Bee, June 22, 2018

More evidence of NSAID risk in early pregnancy

Reuters Health, June 20, 2018

Numerous health problems burden young adults with autism

Spectrum, June 14, 2018

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

California Health Report, June 8, 2018

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

Nursing Times, May 21, 2018

As Paroxysmal Afib Burden Rises, So Does Stroke Risk

MedPage Today, May 16, 2018

Study: Mothers’ weight linked to daughters’ early puberty

Mercury News, April 23, 2018

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

ABC News, April 16, 2018

Small proportion of hypoglycemia events captured by surveillance

Healio, April 16, 2018

Personalized Letter Aids Those With Gestational Diabetes

Medscape, April 16, 2018

Breast cancer patients fare better if they have muscle: Study

ABC News, April 7, 2018

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

Medscape, April 5, 2018

Kaiser Permanente Program Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risks

HealthIT Analytics, March 28, 2018

Kids With Autism Are Less Likely to Be Vaccinated

TIME, March 26, 2018

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

TCTMD, February 5, 2018

Fast Stroke Response Reported by Kaiser

Livermore Independent, February 1, 2018

Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Risk of Diabetes

New York Times, January 17, 2018

More pregnant women are using marijuana, study says

San Francisco Chronicle, December 27, 2017

Kaiser study shows new program cuts stroke treatment time in half

ABC7 Bay Area, December 19, 2017

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

San Francisco Chronicle, December 17, 2017

Why too much exercise could be bad for you

The Times (UK), November 11, 2017

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

Men's Health, October 24, 2017

More phthalates banned in children’s toys by US government

CNN Health, October 20, 2017

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

TIME Health, October 19, 2017

Report: Positive trends in CHD, stroke deaths reversing

Cardiology Today, October 18, 2017

High Blood Pressure in Midlife Tied to Later Dementia

New York Times, October 11, 2017

High blood pressure puts women at risk of dementia

The Times (London), October 5, 2017

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

Sacramento Bee, October 4, 2017

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

KERA-News, September 20, 2017

Birthplace May Be Tied to Dementia Risk

New York Times, September 14, 2017

Identifying T2D Patients at Risk for Hypoglycemia Hospitalization

Medpage Today, August 21, 2017

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

Reuters Health, August 8, 2017

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

Cardiology Today, August 7, 2017

Why You Should Continue to Vaccinate Your Kids

U.S. News and World Report, July 20, 2017

Kaiser Permanente Study Finds New Approaches Improve Surgical Outcomes

KCBS Radio, July 19, 2017

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

NPR, July 17, 2017

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

Washington Post, July 16, 2017

Medley of medical problems may precede autism features

Spectrum, June 21, 2017

Getting Buy-In for Predictive Analytics in Health Care

Harvard Business Review, June 20, 2017

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program Ups Outcomes

Physicians Weekly, May 12, 2017

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

Forbes, April 3, 2017

The Surprisingly Effective Way to Lose Weight, February 1, 2017

Electronic Health Records May Help Customize Medical Treatments

NPR, January 9, 2017

Language may impact diabetes care for Latinos with limited English

Fox News Health, January 4, 2017

Rise in heart disease deaths sends experts down new paths

CNBC, December 22, 2016

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

Kaiser Health News, December 21, 2016

Fallopian tubes may have big role in ovarian cancer fight

CNN, December 20, 2016

Social support tied to better breast cancer outcomes

Reuters Health, December 15, 2016

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

KQED "Forum", November 29, 2016

Vitamin D Linked to Longer Breast Cancer Survival

New York Times, November 14, 2016

Infections, Not Antibiotics, May Be Tied to Childhood Obesity

New York Times, November 1, 2016

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

Forbes, October 27, 2016

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

The Mercury News, September 13, 2016

Life Expectancy for People with HIV Continues to Improve

Healthline, August 8, 2016

Clinical Study Targets Racial Disparities In Dementia Risk

Forbes, July 15, 2016

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

Wall Street Journal, June 29, 2016

A New Instrument in Researchers' Toolbox: Autism Family Biobank

Interactive Autism Network, May 25, 2016

Time to Colonoscopy Counts After Positive Stool Test

Medscape, May 20, 2016

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

TIME magazine, May 1, 2016

HIV Complications: What Happens to Your Body

Everyday Health, April 3, 2016

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

ASCO Post, March 17, 2016

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

POZ, February 25, 2016

Major study finds risks for dementia vary between ethnic groups

San Francisco Chronicle, February 9, 2016

Whooping Cough Booster Vaccine Protection Fades Quickly, Kaiser Study Shows

KQED (NPR), February 4, 2016

Study Finds Stool Test Effective for Detecting Colon Cancer

HealthDay, January 24, 2016

Study reveals genes make people susceptible to hernias

UPI, December 20, 2015

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

NIH Research Matters, December 6, 2015

How 100,000 Californians are changing health care

California Health Report, November 10, 2015

Brief training increases pediatrician screening for drug abuse, mental health

UPI, November 3, 2015

Kaiser Surveys the Gene Pool for Sources of Autism

Oakland magazine, October 14, 2015

As HIV Patients Live Longer, Certain Cancer Risks Rise

HealthDay, October 4, 2015

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

Time, September 14, 2015

EHRs with Decision Support Help Optimize Care for Ischemic Stroke Patients

Healthcare Informatics, September 8, 2015

HIV-preventing drug holds up under study

San Francisco Chronicle, September 1, 2015

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

New York Times, September 1, 2015

Breast-Feedings Heart Benefits

New York Times Well blog, August 16, 2015

Type 1 Diabetes Linked to Higher Risk of Dementia

HealthDay, July 20, 2015

Study Refutes Notion That Diabetes Drug Actos Raises Bladder Cancer Risk

HealthDay, July 20, 2015

Breast-Feeding Tied to Healthier Arteries in Middle Age

HealthDay, July 7, 2015

Turning spit and data into treasure

Genetics, June 22, 2015

Oral Steroids May Be Ineffective Against Sciatica Back Pain

New York Times, May 24, 2015

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

US News & World Report, May 18, 2015

Groundbreaking Autism Study by Kaiser Permanente

ABC-30 Action News, April 28, 2015

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

San Francisco Chronicle, April 27, 2015

Kaiser to look for autisms causes in large-scale study

San Francisco Chronicle, March 31, 2015

Measle outbreak spreads; unvaccinated urged to get vaccine

National Public Radio - Morning Edition, January 27, 2015

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

AIDSMEDS, January 27, 2015

Autism Genes Vary, Even in Affected Siblings, Study Finds

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

Unvaccinated children clusters pop up all over Northern California

San Francisco Chronicle, January 18, 2015

Long-Term Study Finds Measles Vaccines Safe

HealthDay, January 6, 2015

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

Cardiology Today, December 28, 2014

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

HealthDay, December 22, 2014

Statins for Patients With Diabetes: ADA

MedPage Today, December 22, 2014

Doctors Dole Out Prescriptions for Exercise

Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2014

Treating Irregular Heartbeat With Digoxin May Come With Risks

HealthDay, November 20, 2014

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

Physician's Weekly, October 13, 2014

Morris Collen, Pioneer in Computerized Medicine, Dies at 100

New York Times, October 3, 2014

Dr. Morris Collen dies, was pioneer in medical computing

San Francisco Chronicle, September 29, 2014

Kaiser Permanente's Genetic Database Is Boon to Medical Research

Business Week, September 24, 2014

Ovarian cancer fears prompt unnecessary surgeries, study finds

San Francisco Chronicle, September 18, 2014

Churches combat health disparities in minorities through outreach

San Francisco Chronicle, September 9, 2014

Kaiser gets $7.4M grant boost to clinical cancer trials

Sacramento Business Journal, August 4, 2014

What the patient-doctor visit needs: More structure

mHealth News, July 29, 2014

Hypoglycemia Rising in Older People With Diabetes

New York Times, June 19, 2014

Parents of a Child With Autism Often Forgo Further Childbearing

US News & World Report, June 18, 2014

Genetics data available for secondary analysis

Inside NIA, June 17, 2014

Varicella incidence rates decrease while vaccination rates increase

Infectious Diseases in Children, June 17, 2014

Rotavirus vaccines have saved nearly $1 billion

USA Today, June 8, 2014

Does It Matter Who Is the Doctor Who Performs Your Screening Colonoscopy?, June 8, 2014

Kidney Function May Affect Risk for Kidney, Bladder Cancer

Cancer Network, June 2, 2014

Sharing the Wealth

The Scientist, April 30, 2014

Hypertension Control Means Celebrating Something That Doesn't Happen

Huffington Post, April 27, 2014

Kaiser study looks to help blacks manage blood pressure

San Francisco Chronicle, April 23, 2014

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

San Francisco Chronicle, April 23, 2014

Pregnancy Weight Gain Predicts Childs Obesity

New York Times, April 16, 2014

Whooping cough bounces back

Science News, April 3, 2014

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

KQED State of Health blog, April 2, 2014

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

HealthDay, April 1, 2014

The link between acid suppressing medication and vitamin B12 deficiency

Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), March 23, 2014

Pregnancy diabetes could mean earlier heart disease

Boston Globe, March 10, 2014

Diabetes in overweight women linked to low level of protein

San Francisco Chronicle, February 24, 2014

Home screening test detects 79% of colorectal cancers

USA Today, February 2, 2014

Alcohol Screening and Counseling: An effective but underused health service

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, January 6, 2014

Can Bacterial Infections During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk?

HealthDay, January 1, 2014

New risk stratification algorithm suggested for neonatal sepsis

2-Minute Medicine, December 22, 2013

Putting Health Care Reform In Perspective

Robert Pearl - Forbes blog, December 18, 2013

Race Affects Risk of Dementia in Older Diabetes Patients

HealthDay, December 12, 2013

Popular antacids increase risk of B12 defiency

San Francisco Chronicle, December 10, 2013

Acid-Suppressing Drugs Linked to Vitamin B12 Deficiency

New York Times, December 10, 2013

Heartening Drop in Diabetes Complications Seen Among Seniors

HealthDay, December 9, 2013

How To Get Patients To Exercise More

KQED State of Health blog, December 4, 2013

Mail order pharmacy use safe for people with diabetes

Reuters Health, November 24, 2013

For Many People, Lowering Blood Pressure Will Take A Village

NPR, November 14, 2013

Electronic Health Records' Make-or-Break Year

Bloomberg BusinessWeek, November 13, 2013

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

San Francisco Chronicle, November 11, 2013

Early onset of puberty in girls linked to obesity

San Francisco Chronicle, November 3, 2013

Study Finds Girls Entering Puberty Younger; Obesity Implicated

California Report State of Health blog, November 3, 2013

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

The Body PRO, October 27, 2013

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

DiabeticLifestyle, October 15, 2013

Children Benefit From Early Dose of Measles Vaccine, Study Finds

HealthDay, October 14, 2013

Colon cancer screening works over the long term, studies confirm

Los Angeles Times, September 17, 2013

Colon Cancer Screenings Work, Twin Studies Report

HealthDay, September 17, 2013

Electronic records tied to fewer hospitalizations

Reuters Health, September 9, 2013

Program Improves Blood Pressure Control

NIH Research Matters, September 8, 2013

Kaiser study yields big progress for hypertension

San Francisco Chronicle, August 21, 2013

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

The JAMA Network, August 20, 2013

Program tied to system-wide blood pressure benefits

Reuters Health, August 19, 2013

New Formula Helps Doctors Predict Which Diabetics Get Dementia

ABC News Radio, August 18, 2013

New Method to Predict Dementia Risk for Type 2 Diabetics

KQED, August 18, 2013

CYGNET Study – Puberty

ABC7 - Beyond the Headlines, August 17, 2013

Exercise no help against hot flashes

Reuters, August 1, 2013

Whooping cough booster not enough to stop outbreaks

Reuters, July 31, 2013

Researchers hope to improve stroke disparity in black population

San Francisco Examiner, June 20, 2013

Study links food-packaging chemical and obesity in girls

USA Today, June 11, 2013

Kaiser research method hailed as transformative

Oakland Tribune, June 8, 2013

New Study Focuses On Fighting Cancer With Love

CBS Newspath, May 30, 2013

BPA Linked with Lower Testosterone

MyHealthNewsDaily, May 7, 2013

Large study finds no vaccine link to nerve disorder

Reuters, April 19, 2013

How Exercise And Other Activities Beat Back Dementia

NPR, April 14, 2013

Putting an End to Chickenpox

New York Times, April 3, 2013

BPA may be labeled toxicant by state

SF Chronicle, April 3, 2013

Chicken pox vaccine effective over long term, Kaiser study finds

Los Angeles Times, March 31, 2013

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

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

Reuters, March 13, 2013

Fatty dairy linked to early cancer death

San Francisco Chronicle, March 13, 2013

Meet Your Anti-Aging Future

Prevention, February 28, 2013

Kaiser Permanente Goes All Out To Provide Access to Wellness

Managed Care Magazine, February 28, 2013

FDA OKs new Genentech breast cancer drug

SF Gate, February 21, 2013

High Blood Pressure in Kids May Be Less Common Than Thought

US News & World Health, January 28, 2013

Saliva Samples Aid Genetics Research

SF Gate, November 19, 2012

Matching DNA With Medical Records To Crack Disease And Aging

NPR, November 18, 2012

Breast Cancer Study: Strong Social Ties Improve Chance Of Survival

Huffington Post, November 13, 2012

Whooping Cough Shots Questioned

Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2012

Whooping Cough Vaccine Loses Punch Too Fast

Associated Press, September 11, 2012

Small Changes In Treatment Keep Stroke Patients Alive

Wall Street Journal, June 10, 2012

BMI Thresholds for Gestational Diabetes Differ by Race

Doctors Lounge, May 30, 2012

No Rise in Seizure Risk with MMRV Booster Shot

WebMD, April 1, 2012

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

HealthDay, April 1, 2012

Autism rates up, partly because of better screening

San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 2012

Studies Could Ease Fears of Medicines for ADHD

The Wall Street Journal, December 12, 2011

Could Microwaves Be Associated with Children's Asthma?

Time Magazine, August 1, 2011

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

San Francisco Business Times, July 20, 2011

Rethinking Autism

ABC News, July 8, 2011

Antidepressant use in pregnancy may raise autism risk

CNN Health, July 6, 2011

Studies Examine Autism’s Link to Antidepressants, Other Factors

Wall Street Journal, July 5, 2011

UCSF, Stanford autism study shows surprises

San Francisco Chronicle, July 4, 2011

UCSF, Stanford autism study shows surprises

San Francisco Chronicle, July 4, 2011

Gestational Diabetes Predictable Before Pregnancy, Experts Say, May 26, 2011

Weight Gain Between Pregnancies Raises Gestational Diabetes Risk

WebMD Health News, May 22, 2011

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

New Autism Findings

NPR Boston (WBUR), May 10, 2011

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

New York Times, May 9, 2011

Severe Weight Gain After Breast Cancer May Threaten Health

HealthDay, April 4, 2011

Can Prescription Amphetamine Use Raise Parkinson's Risk?

HealthDay, February 19, 2011

New Drug Strategy Shows Promise Against HIV

HealthDay, December 21, 2010

Hormone Therapy May Prevent — or Contribute to — Dementia Risk

Los Angeles Times, November 17, 2010

High Exposure to BPA Linked to Low Sperm Count

The Chicago Tribune, October 27, 2010

Study: BPA Has Effect on Sperm

Washington Post, October 27, 2010

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

USA Today, October 24, 2010

Smoking Boosts Risk for Alzheimer's

CNN Health, October 24, 2010

First Signs of Puberty Seen in Younger Girls

New York Times, September 8, 2010

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

Los Angeles Times, June 26, 2010

Heart Attacks Drop Dramatically in Last Decade

CBS News, June 10, 2010

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

San Francisco Chronicle, June 9, 2010

Health Plan Reports Major Drop in Heart Attacks

US News and World Report, June 9, 2010

5 Toxics That Are Everywhere: Protect Yourself

CNN, June 2, 2010

Early-pregnancy Weight Gain Linked to Gestational Diabetes

Los Angeles Times, February 22, 2010

At-home Stool Test Can Help Halt Colon Cancer

MSNBC, February 13, 2010

Alcohol Raises Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

WebMD, December 9, 2009

Too Much Drinking, Eating Tied to Breast Cancer Recurrence

HealthDay, December 9, 2009

Alcohol May Increase Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Time/CNN, December 9, 2009

Breast-feeding May Protect Moms Health

USA Today, December 2, 2009

Plastics Chemical Linked to Male Sexual Dysfunction

ABC News, November 10, 2009

Opioids Prescribed More Often for Substance Abusers

Reuters, October 12, 2009

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

GenomeWeb Daily, October 11, 2009

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

San Francisco Business Times, October 11, 2009

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

Improved Screening for Jaundice Can Protect Newborns

US News and World Report, September 27, 2009

Antioxidants Pose No Melanoma Threat – HealthDay

HealthDay, September 4, 2009

Routine Warfarin Use for Afib Questioned

MedPage Today, August 30, 2009

Antioxidants Pose No Melanoma Threat

U.S. News and World Report, August 16, 2009

Midlife Cholesterol Linked to Dementia – NPR

NPR, August 9, 2009

High Cholesterol in Midlife Increases Risk of Developing Dementia, August 4, 2009

Mildly High Cholesterol at Midlife Linked to Alzheimers

New York Times, August 4, 2009

Midlife Heart Problems Can Lead to Dementia

The Globe and Mail, August 3, 2009

Alzheimer's Linked to Cholesterol Level in Middle Age

MedPage Today, August 3, 2009

Midlife Heart Risk Factors Linked to Later Dementia

HealthDay, August 3, 2009

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

WebMD, August 3, 2009

High Cholesterol in Middle Age May Lead to Dementia

Reuters, August 3, 2009

Midlife Cholesterol Levels Linked to Dementia

San Francisco Chronicle, August 3, 2009

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