An estimated 19% of U.S. adults manage chronic pain, and as many as 65% of veterans experience ongoing pain.
New surge of BA.5 COVID-19 seen nationally now seen here in cases, hospitalizations
Let the bacteria do the work by feeding them right, advises UW Medicine gastrointestinalist.
Healthcare organizations are trying to make headway against ingrained patterns of inequitable care, an NEJM commentary notes.
Media, internal communications team shines a steady light on COVID-19 issues to obtain wide coverage locally and nationally.
Bioethicist offers reasons to have a document that would guide global distribution of vaccines and medications during pandemics.
How do clinicians respond to the sizable volume of patients with end-stage renal disease but who don't want conventional care?
David Veesler is among 31 finalists for the 2022 Blavatnik Family Foundation National Awards for Young Scientists.
Researchers will explore the ability of Black and Latinx patients to get the less-stigmatized treatment drug, buprenorphine.
Scientists from a variety of disciplines gathered to discuss their latest work on cannabis.