Natural language processing scan of 80,000 skin biopsies paints population-level picture.
“A core reason we have an opioid epidemic is that we are giving opioids to the wrong people," Dr. Jane Ballantyne said.
Goal is to develop personalized therapies for tens of millions of people with the two most common kidney diseases.
Cell samples, formerly discarded, are advancing science’s understanding of the brain
A discussion of the promises and pitfalls of rewriting human DNA will be held at UW Medicine South Lake Union in Seattle.
Lisa Brandenburg, former president of Seattle Children's Hospital, has been appointed chief health system officer for UW Medicine and University of Washington vice president for medical affairs.
“Telling our stories: art and homelessness” runs through Dec. 15.
Small study is first to employ functional MRI to visualize brain activation before and after chemical-aversion therapy.
Most are male, and cite protection as primary reason; 'significant' public health implications, researchers say.
Gamers will pit their wits against a real-life villain: a food poisoning called aflatoxin that can cause liver cancer and stunting.