News and Events

  • COVID-19 vaccines safe for people who are pregnant

    COVID-19 vaccines safe for people who are pregnant

    New data should increase confidence in vaccine safety among people who are pregnant and more at risk for COVID-19 complications.

  • IUD perforation: Rare but important to know about

    IUD perforation: Rare but important to know about

    New study results in more precise language in the federally mandated warning about this possibility

  • Can where you move impact future weight gain?

    Can where you move impact future weight gain?

    A new study finds that moving from low- to high-density neighborhoods might be related to reductions in weight gain.


Research

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New findings on treating hypertension in pregnancy

A study led by Dr. Sascha Dublin finds similar outcomes for 3 hypertension medications, filling an evidence gap.

Live healthy

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What is shared decision-making?

An explanation from KPWHRI researchers about discussing treatment options with a medical provider.

Recruiting volunteers

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Researchers begin clinical trial to assess schistosomiasis vaccine

Participant in KPWHRI trial has first-ever injection of SchistoShield vaccination.

ACT Study news

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Healthy aging: New tool for research and collaboration

Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) Study launches a new website to advance our understanding of brain aging.

COVID-19 treatments

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New report supports value of COVID-19 drugs

A team led by KPWHRI's Kai Yeung, PharmD, PhD, reviewed trial results for cost-effectiveness of 3 treatments.

KPWHRI In the Media

Kathy Bradley on implementing universal alcohol screening as part of routine care

NIAAA releases new materials to screen and treat alcohol use disorder as alcohol-related deaths spiked

GIST Healthcare, June 6, 2022


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