Discovering better ways to care for people who are depressed or have chronic pain, one of KPWHRI’s founding scientists has helped change health care around the globe.
With a passion for primary care and teaching, she aims to make high quality patient-centered care for substance use issues part of mainstream medical practice
Mid-project report on a 6-region initiative shows steps forward in prioritizing equity in community development
A study shows central nervous system-active drugs may increase risk of falling in people with dementia.
I’ve long been amazed by people’s attraction to the appeal of one-shot remedies for complex health problems, for even the most sophisticated thinkers. Consider Nobel laureate Linus Pauling, for example, who believed vitamin C could be a cure for many illnesses, including heart disease and cancer. If only his theories had proven true. But unfortunately, years of scientific inquiry debunked this idea.
KPWHRI launches a phone-based recruitment pilot project in May. Outreach to diverse populations is key.
Dr. David Arterburn explains reassuring findings about the nation's most widely used anti-obesity drug.