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.
UW Medicie is recruiting people with these injuries for a peer-led program of support and guidance.
Witnessing changes in the coronavirus, scientists join to strengthen pandemic response.
Since the clinic opened in May, more patients are coming through the doors with multiple symptoms.
UW Health Sciences and UW Medical Center offer a virtual way for the community to experience King's vision for a better world.
Clinical care, health info and science, all related to COVID-19, were among most-viewed news videos created in-house in 2020.
The authors note that Washington is the only state to offer three public-safety mechanisms discussed in the Perspective.