Two fortuitous events led Cody Pickett to UW Medicine’s Heart Institute for nonsurgical repair of his blocked cardiac blood vessel.
Many women report symptoms early on, which are often dismissed by providers, according to one UW Medicine oncology expert.
A surgical mask provides the best protection against omicron's extreme transmissibility.
Getting through the holidays without adding weight can challenge anyone. For people with diabetes, carbs can be an issue.
The breast cancer vaccine researcher is an inaugural member of the advisory group, which spans medicine and journalism.
Injury-prevention and addiction specialists at UW Medicine collaborate to produce a web tool for teens and parents.
The information helps hospitals know whether their pediatric radiation doses are in the range of what's appropriate for common studies.
Researchers examine links to cognitive decline of hearing loss, military service, and timeliness of diagnosis.
Clinicians help UW Medicine patients recognize and manage triggers that can exacerbate their condition.
Serotonin levels, exercise and light all play a part in Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is very treatable, a psychiatrist says.