The videos and podcasts below highlight a selection of our studies and the people behind our research. Learn about a study focused on healthy diets for pregnant women, see a campaign aimed at raising awareness for colon cancer, and find overviews of some of our regional and national research centers.
A new Kaiser Permanente study shows that more than half of patients with chronic pain enrolled in a managed care setting use chiropractic care or acupuncture.
According to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Maturitas, vitamin D and calcium do nothing to improve the symptoms associated with menopause.
More than half of pregnant women in the U.S. gain more weight than recommended, which can lead to difficult deliveries and other complications, plus a higher risk of obesity for those children later in life.
The Center leverages the expertise of Kaiser Permanente’s seven regional research centers to answer comparative effectiveness and safety questions.
A Kaiser Permanente study finds obese women who limit pregnancy weight gain reduce the risk for having large babies, which can lead to complications
This brief video offers highlights from a half-century of conducting health research and looks ahead to the Center’s future.
Most people can wait until they’re 50 for a colon cancer screening test, but it’s never too soon to start learning about it.
After participating in the Pain Program for Active Coping & Training, Katie can take a more active role in managing her pain.
Lisa Croen, PhD, director of the Autism Research Program, discusses current research findings and new autism prevalence rates.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., but with early screening, many of these cancers are preventable.
The FIT (or fecal immunochemical test) can be done at home and will detect most colorectal cancers, per a published evidence review.
The amount of Vitamin D in over-the-counter supplements can vary widely and often does not match the amount listed on the label.
The head of Kaiser Permanente Southern California’s HIV Medical Care Program discusses the remarkable progress that has been made.
From its launch in 1961, the Division of Research began compiling data from “multi-phasic” testing that is used to this day.
Young girls still have much to learn about the HPV vaccine, which has been recommended since 2006, and is now also recommended for boys.