Dr. Frederick Rivara, UW Medicine's chief of general pediatrics, talks about why allowing 3D printing of guns is a bad idea.
Sudden cardiac arrest can come without warning. But a simple, inexpensive test can often detect a heart condition before a young athlete collapses on the field or on the court, says Dr.
Seattle is leading the statistical push toward older first-time moms. In this article, Dr.
The so-called “hot-water challenge” making news headlines leaves Dr. Sam Mandell incredulous.
"The solution to this problem is not to loosen restraints on opioid prescribing, which is what got us into this trouble to start with. We need to support patients to taper off opioids.
Changes proposed to Title X policy by the Trump administration would make Planned Parenthood and other providers ineligible for federal funding.
The American Academy of Pediatrics said reforms are urgently needed to the U.S. food regulatory process, which allows the use of more than 10,000 additives to modify food or are included in the packaging and processing of food.
Washington doctors say they plan to do more to prevent gun-related injuries and deaths, including asking patients whether they own guns and screening them for risk of using a gun in suicide.
A Portland brewery has introduced a beer called Ensemble with four milligrams of active cannabidiol, or CBD, which doesn't make you high.
Science reporter Amanda Grennell explores the current status of Zika research and outbreak monitoring in a article today on the PBS NewsHour.