Jan 07, 2016–
See how 2015 was the Institute’s best year yet—for funding and practical impact, improving people’s health at Group Health and across the country.
* Data revised Jan. 22, 2016. See how 2015 was the Institute’s best year yet—for funding and practical impact, improving people’s health at Group Health and across the country.
Jun 30, 2015–
Study coauthors Drs. Sascha Dublin, Shelly Gray, and Eric B. Larson explore how to balance the risks and benefits of these common medications.
by Sascha Dublin, MD, PhD; Shelly Gray, and Eric B. Larson, MD, MPH
Dr. Dublin is a Group Health physician, GHRI associate investigator, and affiliate associate professor …
Mar 02, 2015–
Group Health study suggests higher risk with acute or chronic use.
More bad news on older people using medications with anticholinergic effects: Dr. Sascha Dublin found a link to a higher risk for developing pneumonia. Luckily, alterna…
Jan 26, 2015–
Latest findings from a Group Health Research Institute study finds some common over-the-counter and prescription drugs can increase a person's risk for dementia.
A large study links a significantly increased risk for developing dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, to taking commonly used medications with anticholinergic effects at…
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