The connection is pretty straightforward but often ignored, says a UW Medicine doctor.
"New detection, treatment and retirement are important advances,” says UW Medicine co-author Stan Herring.
In a study, undocumented citizenship, unstable housing and uninsured status were common among people who did not get referrals for transplant evaluation.
Study adds to other findings suggesting pathology of post-traumatic brain cell loss is distinct from Alzheimer’s disease.
COVID-19-relevant job strengths and vulnerabilities emerge in survey responses from rural and urban public health workers.
Dr. Jason Deen, a cardiologist and Blackfeet nation descendent, lends context to the new AHA statement he co-authored.
Researchers with the Dog Aging Project examined social determinants linked to a longer lifespan among more than 25,000 dogs.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network commend Dr. Douglas Wood for decades of work on its influential clinical practice guidelines.
A study of national survey data from 2019-20 shows high prevalence of chronic pain and a high rate of the condition developing.
UW Medicine will facilitate a small-scale study to explore the potential benefit of psychedelic mushrooms with psychotherapy.