Efforts by acute-care teams to reduce glucose readings of patients with diabetes may do more harm than good, an analysis suggests.
Donations are sought by two of the largest blood services providers in the Northwest, and an ongoing supply is vital for trauma care.
Inpatient-outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy pilot prioritizes people who have been involuntarily committed.
A palliative-care specialist discusses his role with terminally ill patients who want to hasten death by not eating or drinking.
Today Stevens Pass Ski Resort reopened its slopes, which had been closed since Dec. 23.
With below-freezing temperatures forecast this week in western Washington, UW Medicine specialists warn against two threats that accompany frigid weather: hypothermia and carbon monoxide poisoning.
Acclaimed soccer journalist Grant Wahl reportedly died of a ruptured ascending aortic aneurysm while covering
The air ambulance service’s local presence will expedite response times to medical emergencies in the San Juan Islands.
Many patients with end-stage kidney disease hear about in-center blood-cleansing, but not about the DIY approach at home.