Research and clinical news from UW Medicine on the pandemic coronavirus and COVID-19 dominated reader interest this year.
One thing doctors do know: Catching the coronavirus while pregnant is dangerous.
UW Medicine running full-time vaccination clinics for its employees and first responders at its four hospitals.
Researchers say that emotional pain and chronic pain are related, and painkillers, ultimately, make things worse.
The co-director of UW Medicine's Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation & Wellness Research Center shares lessons from patients who live with uncertainty.
Frontline healthcare workers, including a Seattle Fire Department paramedic, were among the initial group immunized against the pandemic virus.
The list recognizes the influence of their published papers on science.
A study will examine whether individual and group support interventions, delivered virtually, influence these patients' outcomes.
Depression from seasonal lack of daylight may be worsened this year by global illness, unemployment, a contentious election, and cultural divides.
Experts at UW Medicine share tips to boost well-being and resilience, including an online tool for 18- to 29-year-olds.