Injuries to a former Russian agent and his daughter lead to several nations expelling Russian diplomats.
Article series in The Lancet focuses on evidence-based care of condition that affects 540 million people globally.
"Responsible gun owners lock up their guns," Mayor Jenny Durkan said at a news conference at Harborview Medical Center.
What happens when groups that publish official medical guidelines disagree on a basic premise?
Q&A with Adam Drewnowski, director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition at the University of Washington.
The prognosis for a baby diagnosed for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), isn’t good. But a new UW Medicine study may give parents hope.
In the United States and abroad, graduating medical students are in the midst of Match Week, March 12 to March 16.
Pediatrician Henry Berman offers historical perspective on what might be influencing our nation's school shootings.
A UW Medicine dietitian comments on Stanford University research showing that neither low-fat or low-carb diets were key to sustained weight loss. Instead, it's back to basics: avoid refined wheat and sugar, and eat more vegetables.
Dr. Pamela Collins was hired as the new director of Global Mental Health in the departments of psychiatry and global health.