A UW Medicine otolaryngologist discusses how the disease might affect the singer.
Q&A: Fewer procedures today than in 2008 and regional variation are among study findings.
The UW's chair of bioethics and humanities reflects on her role in confronting institutional racism.
Donald Chi is an associate professor of Oral Health Sciences.
The sample included more than 520,000 people from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.
One UW student in each of the six Health Sciences schools will receive $30,000 this year.
Researchers may have finally found a way to destroy only tumor cells but not surrounding healthy cells.
Women, especially those ages 18-39, are more likely than any other age group to experience kidney stones.
Radiologists must notify women whose mammograms indicate dense breast tissue. Fibrous, or dense breasts, often make it harder to see possible tumors.
She introduced a bill to fund heart research of South Asians, whose risk for heart disease is much higher than the general population's.