Kaiser Permanente study highlights benefit of cognitive behavioral therapy for teens who decline antidepressants.
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, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published today in the journal Pediatrics.
People who received automated reminders were more likely to refill their blood pressure and cholesterol medications, according to a study published today in a special issue of the American Journal of Managed Care.
People with serious mental illnesses already at higher risk for obesity; medications that control their symptoms often lead to additional weight gain.
Young children whose parents used an integrated personal health record were more likely to attend six or more of the nationally recommended well-child care visits by 15 months of age, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published today in The Journal of Pediatrics. Using any Web-enabled device, PHRs allow patients to view parts of their medical record, including immunizations and after-visit instructions, manage appointments, refill prescriptions, check lab results, and securely communicate with their health care providers.
Kaiser Permanente Study Pilots “De Por Vida” Program
A study co-authored by CHR’s David Feeny found that American women who are obese reported significantly lower health-related quality of life than their obese male counterparts.
Kaiser Permanente study finds that people who slept 6–8 hours a night and reported lower stress levels lost more weight
Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Interactive, Personalized Website Helps People Maintain Weight Loss
Interventions increase breastfeeding & decrease consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, study finds
Kaiser Permanente study first to find program stops binge eating and saves patients money