It will be a test to forgo conventional celebrations for COVID-19 this year. But doing so could make next year's holidays even sweeter.
Researcher Patricia Areán is working with an app intended to gather data about symptoms; 5,500 people are enrolled so far.
Stay away from haunted houses and reconsider door-to-door trick-or-treating, UW Medicine clinicians suggest.
UW Medicine, MultiCare Health System designate Airlift Northwest to serve pediatric and newborn patients needing air transport.
The healthcare system's media relations team earns a national honor for crisis communications to journalists.
Tens of thousands of chest images are needed to train artificial-intelligence algorithms; the portal enables widespread hospital access.
New rules ease restrictions put in place for COVID-19. But don’t expect to see football games immediately.
In the Pacific Northwest, Black males are 60% more likely to die of prostate cancer than are men of other ethnicities.
UW Medicine investigators are part of a national study that aims to monitor 4,800 survivors for persistent symptoms.
A UW Medicine patient was integral to generating global recommendations for care involving diabetes and chronic kidney disease.