Changes in their environment, such as fresh food trucks, walking groups, screenings, and cooking demos, helped Boston residents eat better and get more exercise.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and Seattle Children’s explore collaboration to bring groundbreaking research to patient care.
There are ways to break through the skepticism, says a UW Medicine general internist.
A social shift took place during the pandemic. People seem to want to be less busy.
Fifteen months after the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns quieted our offices, cleared our streets and shuttered our social lives, the reopening movement is hitting full speed.
UW Medicine raised the Juneteenth flag on Friday at Harborview Medical Center, to observe important American history finally coming to the forefront.
“I would suggest taking a pause and not jump in and try to do everything at once,” said Anne Browning, a UW specialist in wellness.
As COVID-19 restrictions ease, people are beginning to go back to the workplace, out to eat and on vacation. The transition “back to normal” can create a mix of excitement, anxiety and relief.
Sites in Rainier Beach and West Seattle host self-swab stations with UW Medicine healthcare professionals observing.
Global mental health expert Dr. Pamela Collins served as advisor to docu-series co-created by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry.