'No one is on the hook' to minimize bystander risk; UW bioethicist and co-authors advocate for stronger protections in Science commentary.
One of the largest studies of its kind, 2.8 million people, finds that TBIs' number and severity heighten risk.
UW institute's assessment shows increases in opioids, cirrhosis, diabetes in Washington state, and dangerous signs nationally.
Lifesaving blood and plasma from Seattle will help stabilize patients during transport.
Upfront tumor DNA sequencing might simultaneously provide both better detection sensitivity than standard tests, and critical information for treatment.
Canada's Gairdner Foundation recognizes Christopher Murray and Alan Lopez, co-founders of the Global Burden of Disease Study.
Graduating students from the UW School of Medicine joined their peers across the U.S. in the annual rite of the National Residency Matching Program.
Two distinct interbreeding events with Denisovans, a sister group to Neanderthals, contributed to the ancestry of modern East Asians, according to a genetic data analysis.
Aim is to measure and understand elements that affect human health, incorporating perspectives of epidemiology, demography, statistics, and other disciplines.
The 90-day implant releases steroids to reduce inflammation of chronic sinusitis.