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While at a yoga class, Aaron Barnett had a stroke. Luckily, his yoga instructor knew the signs and called 9-1-1.
Quan, an expert on the prevention and treatment of childhood drownings, told The New York Times that parents should never expect that
For the first time since it began training new doctors here, the University of Washington School of Medicine’s incoming class is populated entirely by students who picked the Lilac City over Seattle.
Although not usually deadly, the injuries among people who clean for a living can leave the workers with chronic and lifelong pain.
“You're never going to put someone at more risk for suicide by asking, and for many people that can be the lifeline to get help,” said UW Medicine's Dr.
MarJoe Davidson woke up one night last winter at her island home and found she was unable to get out of bed. When her spouse saw that her mouth slightly drooped and her left side was not moving, she called the Lopez Island Fire Department.
Scientists have developed an inexpensive blood test to predict a pregnant woman’s due date and possibly identify women who are at risk of giving birth prematurely. Here Dr.
In April, Ed Ward, 74, became the first patient on the West Coast to receive a test device implanted in his heart to reduce the symptoms of heart failure. Dr.
In a personal health column for The New York Times, Jane Brody discusses the state-by-state study on disease produced by IHME and interviews IHME Director Christopher J.L. Murray.