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.
The controversial choice leads a UW Medicine bioethicist and co-authors to publish principles to guide the selection of future conference sites.
After decades of use, some patients with diabetes “are running out of real estate” on their skin.
A study suggests that integrating cognitive therapy into patients’ subconscious helped to reduce their burden of pain.
A clinical trial will explore whether psychedelic-assisted group psychotherapy can reduce the anxiety of the sobering diagnosis.
A UW Medicine team saved a patient with a dual-organ transplant based on a concept about immunoprotection.
This discovery may help doctors reduce blood-sugar levels in patients with diabetes by targeting neurons in the brain.
New opportunity to connect with others and enjoy the outdoors launched this month for people diagnosed before age 65.
The researchers also found that symptoms change over time, with many patients contending with headaches and fatigue.