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Health professionals can offer crucial context in the legal process to restrict a person's access to firearms, researchers say.
Nancy Jecker will encourage the embrace of regional values, not U.S. ideals, in the University of Johannesburg's first bioethics course.
At-home dialysis is a U.S. priority to stem the growing burden of care that involves people with chronic kidney disease.
Rivara is named the 2021 recipient of the Joseph St. Geme Jr. Leadership Award by the Federation of Pediatric Organizations.
Collection of news videos filmed by UW Medicine’s media relations received top honors in Video Series category
Colonoscopies dropped by 90% last year and still have not returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Advice comes from past decade of working with people at Seattle homeless shelters to reduce drinking.
World Sleep Day, on Friday, March 19, should bring a collective focus to "regular sleep for healthy future."
About 60% of U.S. women experience UTIs at some point, but they are routinely, and successfully, treated with antibiotics.
In a Q&A, a UW Medicine bioethicist discusses equitable distribution and reasons to be hopeful, despite the hoarding by wealthy nations so far.