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Separate collisions had landed the boy in two Seattle-area emergency departments. Most of his needs were met without fail, but there were some delays.
"At the American Pain Society’s annual meeting last month, a research team led by University of Washington pain psychologist
Two recent scientific studies show that opioid prescriptions are relatively lower in states friendly to medical marijuana. They suggest that pot can be a useful tool in America's opioid crisis.
Brain tumor patients and their families face uncertainty, a sense of feeling alone, and helplessness. To diminish that burden, the The National Brain Tumor Society recently announced a new effort to provide information, tools, and guidance.
More than 540 million people globally suffer from back pain at any point in their lives, but treating this debilitating condition can be done without surgery or pain medication.
A UW Medicine research effort to design therapeutic glasses that children can wear to try to prevent myopia is reported in this month's
"The default response after a major disaster is often to rebuild as quickly as possible. This typically means replicating what existed before the storm.
Researchers are testing a smartphone application in which patients are asked to supply video of themselves taking their medication.
New data from federal health officials shows that about 40 percent of Americans were obese in 2015 and 2016, an increase from 2007 and 2008, when 33.7 percent were obese.