Dr. Thomas Grabowski, who directs the UW Medicine Alzheimer Disease Research Center, discusses latest advances and research in progress.
UW Medicine’s 1st Alaskan recipient of a living-donor liver graft heads home after a lifesaving gift from his nephew across the country.
Stress about COVID-19 likely played a role in irritable bowel symptoms, researchers suggest.
Dermatologists find poor representation of Black populations and other people of color in books that would educate kids about sun protection.
Starting in June, Washington's Department of Health will fund "Maternal Mental Health Access," an effort led by UW Medicine.
Sites in Rainier Beach and West Seattle host self-swab stations with UW Medicine healthcare professionals observing.
Global mental health expert Dr. Pamela Collins served as advisor to docu-series co-created by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry.
The Accessible Design and Innovation Inclusion Project makes information easier to access for people with disabilities.
The Lancet publishes the first such global analysis, which calls for greater effort to reduce heart disease, stroke and other conditions in women.
Even with clinics nearby, many women choose telehealth visits and the U.S. Postal Service for prescriptions.