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The importance of second pediatric blood pressure screenings
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Safer and more appropriate opioid prescribing: KP’s comprehensive approach
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Sooner follow-up colonoscopies better for positive fecal screening tests
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CT scan processing innovations may prevent broken bones
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Transgender youth diagnosed with mental health conditions more often
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Higher risks for high blood pressure among some racial/ethnic groups
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The Department of Research & Evaluation promotes learning for Kaiser Permanente Southern California researchers, physicians, and staff with weekly Care Improvement Research Team lectures, monthly Research Seminars focused on presenting the region’s latest scientific findings, and quarterly Health Sciences Seminars, which bring in national health care leaders to encourage innovation.


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