A Kaiser Permanente study found that blood pressure patterns in early pregnancy were tied to increased risk of preeclampsia and other pregnancy-related high blood pressure conditions.
New research from a Kaiser Permanente study published in JAMA suggests recent public health campaigns that encouraged people to seek care if they were experiencing signs or symptoms of a stroke or heart attack have been effective.
Kaiser Permanente study aims to help providers improve the health of patients with the highest medical and social needs.
A transition accelerated by a pandemic could permanently shift more care delivery to "patients’ turf."
Kaiser Permanente among 25 recipients of grants from National Cancer Institute’s SeroNet program.
Division of Research physician researchers and other investigators examine the pandemic’s effects from all angles.
A Kaiser Permanente study found that increasing tuberculosis screening and prevention efforts could potentially help improve life expectancy.
A new study led by Permanente physician-researchers found young people felt more comfortable talking about gender identity issues when asked first by a clinician.
Kaiser Permanente researchers to study Vascepa in people 50 and older with heart disease.
Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Gastroenterology supports starting screening at age 45 among this higher-risk population.