Modeling good behavior is key, said Dr. Frederick P.
Blame the seasonal must-have cocktail. Or the craft beer wave. Or boxes of wine.
A woman's attempt to treat athlete's foot by rubbing it with raw garlic was badly misinformed. The garlic created a serious contact burn with her foot, according to the BMJ (British Medical Journal).
Anyone walking through the doors of Harborview Medical Center will come across a story.
UW Medicine pediatrician Dr. Fred Rivara says lawn mower accidents are all too common this time of year.
During assessment of a hip injury, patient Debbie Davis was found to have a failing aortic valve.
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Dr. Nephi Stella at the University of Washington School of Medicine has been studying cannabis for 25 years.
Kimber Brossart, 3, had snuck up behind her mom while she was mowing the lawn. In a moment, Lindsay Brossart backed up and the lawnmower contacted Kimber's right foot, leading to several surgeries and, ultimately, a partial amputation at Harborv