A study led by Sascha Dublin, MD, PhD, finds similar outcomes for 3 hypertension medications, filling an evidence gap.
Participant in KPWHRI trial receives world’s first-ever injection of investigational SchistoShield vaccine.
A new study finds that moving from low- to high-density neighborhoods might be related to reductions in weight gain.
The study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, will test a new health app for smokers living with HIV.
New findings about the risk of uterine puncture during IUD placement results in more precise language in federally mandated warning.
KPWHRI researchers explore how best to discuss treatment options with a medical provider.
Kathy Bradley, MD, MPH, was interviewed on the GIST Healthcare Daily podcast about the new Core Resource on Alcohol from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
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