Recent U.S recommendations tell parents that foods containing added sugars are a no-no for infants and toddlers under 2.
The assistive device was designed for procedures involving structures above patients’ shoulders.
Sequencing expert Deborah Nickerson, from UW Medicine Genome Sciences and Brotman Baty Institute for Precision Medicine, explains initial findings.
Analysis of data on 53,581 individuals from diverse backgrounds offers insights into population health
Study: Blacks and Hispanics with Type 1 diabetes were three times more likely to be infected and twice as likely to die from the novel coronavirus.
Polio and COVID-19 both fanned fear and uncertainty, but generated different public sentiment on control efforts.
Nephrology researcher "Beno" Freedman explores why, in about 25% of hospitalized patients, the virus damages the kidneys' filtering function.
Addiction researcher Caleb Banta-Green offers context to the troubling spike during COVID-19's emergence, and ideas for combatting it.
The important consideration is that your mask, or masks, fit tightly, says an infectious disease specialist.
Pain-medicine providers need to acknowledge patients’ histories of trauma, UW Medicine specialists say.