A journal essay argues that Western societies could benefit from acknowledging social robots' relational value.
A large study indicated that just 1% of athletes with SARS-CoV-2 infections experienced persistent symptoms, or long COVID.
Molecular research uncovers how these SARS-CoV-2 variants can erode vaccine immunity.
Princess Imoukhuede joins the UW from Washington University in St. Louis, where she is an associate professor of biomedical engineering.
A study points up racial disparities in biopsies and detected breast cancers during a 2020 span when routine screenings were greatly slowed.
Using high-frequency waves, the new treatment pushes smaller stones from the bottom of the kidney toward the ureter.
Researchers will use new technology and imaging to improve the brain's waste clearance, impaired by sleep disruption.
A large-scale survey shows how the changing lifestyles of our children amid COVID-19 restrictions could hold lessons beyond the pandemic.
The nonsurgical approach is now an accepted first treatment. An online tool can help patients decide which option is right for them.
Percentages convey the risk of surgical complications to patients better than terms like "common" or "uncommon," researchers find.