At normal weight, Pacific Islanders are 3 times likelier than whites to have diabetes, Kaiser Permanente research finds
Death and heart complications were 40 percent less common in people with obesity and diabetes when they had bariatric surgery
Obese people with diabetes had fewer deaths in 5 years after bariatric surgery vs. usual care, in large, long-term study
When our learning health system found that a new screen approach increased diagnoses without improving outcomes, we acted on it.
Large, long-term study finds half as much nerve, kidney, and eye disease after bariatric surgery than with usual care.
Our VITAL study discovers 6 domains that people with chronic illness too rarely discuss with their care providers.
Ideas flowed at a conference on maintaining the benefits of a community health program, writes Anne Renz.