Featured Stories Dual Efforts to Reduce Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening The Center for Health Research and KP Community Benefit are working toward greater health equity for the Latino community. Living with Colorectal Cancer—for One Day As part of the #ColorectalCancer1Day project, I spent a day in close contact with a cancer patient—learning from her, sharing stories, and reflecting on my own experience as a cancer survivor. By Ginger Hanson, PhD National Diabetes Trial Gets Big Boost from KP Center for Health Research On the NIDDK’s Glycemia Reduction Approaches in Diabetes study, CHR shines as a top-performing recruitment site. Meet an Investigator: Nancy Perrin As a biostatistician and humanitarian, Nancy Perrin analyzes quantitative data to help improve the lives of rape victims in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Press Releases Mothers’ Excess Pregnancy Weight Gain and Elevated Blood Sugar ‘Imprint’ Obesity in Children Children whose mothers gain excess weight or have elevated blood sugar during their pregnancies are more likely to become overweight or obese during their first decade of life. Counseling in Primary Care Clinics Helps Speed Recovery for Depressed Teens Depressed teenagers who received cognitive behavioral therapy in their primary care clinic recovered faster, and were also more likely to recover, than teens who did not receive the primary care-based counseling. Use of Online Health-Care Tools by Seniors Declines with Age and Differs by Race/Ethnicity Despite widespread access to online health-care tools among U.S. seniors, a new Kaiser Permanente study found that digital access and usage preferences among seniors significantly differs by race/ethnicity and age.