New study shows how a little supplemental support can result in big gains—especially in blood pressure care.
Death and heart complications were 40 percent less common in people with obesity and diabetes when they had bariatric surgery.
Potential harms should be considered before scanning, conclude UC and Kaiser Permanente researchers.
At 25 years, the Adult Changes in Thought study is committed to science, collaboration, and jokes, writes Erin Bowles.
The Society for Implementation Research Collaboration’s 5th Biennial Conference will explore the intersection of research, policy, and practice.
With a new multi-sector collaboration model, Erin Hertel led CCHE’s evaluation showing ACHs can help make a Healthier Washington.
We can still learn from a 1970s novel based on real-life doctors, Dr. Eric B. Larson writes, recalling his internship time with them.
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