Many people who underwent a cancer screening were content to pass up an accompanying consult, a UW Medicine-led study found.
Scientists elucidate genes needed for the unusual lifestyle of miniscule bacteria that live on the surface of larger bacteria.
A UW Medicine-led study examined demographic differences in ways women access medication abortion.
A study highlights the need for diligent mechanisms to implement and enforce laws protecting victim-survivors of domestic violence.
Omicron variants bind to cells more avidly and evade antibodies more efficiently than earlier variants.
Community circulation of ciprofloxacin-resistant E. coli paradoxically increased after six-year reduction in antibiotic prescriptions.
The latest research findings that associate these behaviors can inform prevention programs, the study's authors say.
The advance is seen as a critical first step toward novel treatments to repair and regenerate teeth.
Turning off one ion channel made mice smarter. Turning off another made them more motivated.
The findings raise the hope that, by targeting these immune cells, it may be possible to treat the most common type of dementia.