Study finds rapid decline in neutralizing antibodies against Omicron after boosting with one of the early COVID-19 vaccines, which targeted the original SARS-CoV-2 strain.
For more than 30 years, researchers at KPWHRI have helped health systems find ways to measure and address alcohol and drug use in nonjudgmental, patient-centered ways that focus on the whole person.
Collaborative Scientist Leah Hamilton, PhD, MPhil, answers questions about her recent and upcoming projects, including a new paper gauging experts' views on opioid-related policies.
In a new study, a tool to help discover undiagnosed dementia performed well in 2 separate health systems.
Cell by cell, scientists are building a high-resolution map of brain changes in Alzheimer’s disease.
Based on their studies, KPWHRI researchers explain the risks and benefits.
As he leaves Kaiser Permanente, the ACT Study founder reflects on putting enlightened aging into practice.
KPWHRI had its first all-institute gathering since the start of the pandemic in late August when many of us met up for a BBQ (and magic show!) at Seward Park.
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