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.
Virtual symposium March 23-24 will explore a new vision of collaboration against tuberculosis.
A study shows the drug has no benefit, and a researcher reflects on year on the hydroxychloroquine roller coaster.
Data shows that 14% of primary-care visits among women of reproductive age include contraceptive and reproductive counseling.
With photodynamic light and a special solution, non-muscle-invasive cancer cells turn pink.
Researchers hope study findings will motivate policymakers to make “mHealth” apps reimbursable with billing codes.