People with serious mental illnesses already at higher risk for obesity; medications that control their symptoms often lead to additional weight gain.
Healthy Moms program aims to reduce risk of complications for mothers and babies
Kaiser Permanente Study First to Show Long-Term Success of Program Designed for Teen Girls
Kaiser Permanente study finds that people who slept 6–8 hours a night and reported lower stress levels lost more weight
Study finds that barriers to breast cancer screening remain even among insured women
Kaiser Permanente study finds nearly 75 percent of obese women gain more than recommended amount during pregnancy"
Research finds that three quarters of obese women gain more than the recommended 15 pounds during pregnancy—and retain nearly half the weight a year later
"Healthy Moms” Study Challenges Current National Guidelines that Suggest All Pregnant Women Should Gain Weight
A little extra weight may protect people from early death
First Study to Control for Risk Factors of Smoking, Medication, Gastroesophageal Reflux and Demographics