Patients upload videos of themselves ingesting medication for opioid-use disorder.
Researchers call for a renewed emphasis on sepsis prevention among newborns and on tackling antimicrobial resistance.
NIH-funded, nationwide study, led by a UW Medicine newborn care physician, suggests erythropoietin, while safe, may not protect against severe brain damage.
North Seattle community hospital integrates under a single license with University of Washington Medical Center.
List of most-viewed items posted on the UW Medicine news site in 2019 reflects diverse viewer interests.
Structural studies of sodium channels are disclosing details about how they power heartbeats and respond to heart rhythm drugs.
Researchers discover impact of MSUT2 gene and binding protein, offering others a starting point for new therapeutics.
Study finds meth undermines success in treatment for opioid-use disorder.
sci-Plex profiles gene expression in thousands of individual cells when a sample is perturbed; the technology holds promise for cancer, infection, prenatal medicine and other research.
A low-oxygen environment in the womb may foretell which children should be followed closely, study indicates.