Changes in their environment, such as fresh food trucks, walking groups, screenings, and cooking demos, helped Boston residents eat better and get more exercise.
American Academy of Pediatrics calls for stronger U.S. safety measures toward chemicals used for food taste, processing, packaging.
UW Medicine to test innovative kidney stone ultrasonic propulsion procedure for NASA space missions and for patients on Earth.
Sex hormone-sensitive brain cells provoke sudden, intense feelings of heat during menopause or prostate cancer therapy, and could be a treatment target.
After being informed of how they are evaluated, many physicians told surveyors that the pay-for-performance approach might change the way they practice.
Results of a study published today in Nature Biotechnology suggest techniques that could treat patients with heart failure.
A new animal study looked at pregnancy loss, including stillbirth, after infection with the virus.
This year the Warren Alpert Foundation Prize honors scientists for transformative research leading to precision-targeted treatments for this devastating genetic disease.
The department will encourage collaborative efforts to guide global health policies with sound data.
UW Medicine cardiologists have developed a tool to predict which heart-failure patients stand to gain most, and least, from an implanted defibrillator.