Researchers hope to use brain stimulation to create new neuronal cell networks to restore function lost due to stroke.
A new clinic features an eye and a sinus specialist collaborating on minimally invasive repairs for tear-duct obstruction, thyroid eye disease and orbital tumors.
ADA accommodations will be available at the test site for people who are unable to leave their vehicles.
The phone-based technology is "the closest thing to a therapist in patients’ pockets," says its project lead in psychiatry at UW Medicine.
Rapid point-of-care tests could diagnose infected patients before they become severely ill and spread tuberculosis to others.
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.