Veterinarians are using a trove of data from tens of thousands of dogs to set standards for health decisions and personalized care.
Rehab medicine specialist Tracy Mroz tells a Senate panel of the dire need to improve home healthcare access in remote U.S. areas.
Offered treatment for depression, pain or inactivity, participants with spinal cord injuries saw improvement in all areas.
Ricky Wang, who modernized the way clinicians check your vision, has set his sights on turning your phone into a medical multitool.
U.S. government awarded less than $60 million over an 11-year period to investigate the health effects of climate change, study finds
Having a job can be beneficial for teens, but they should be aware of Labor & Industries' restrictions on work hours and tasks.
Harborview and Fred Hutch radiologists welcome machines that they say will speed patient interventions and reduce complications.
A doctor’s aim to boost the heart care of Asian populations reflects the ambition of a former ambassador to the United States.
The fellowship will enable Dr. Sebastian Tong to advance his talents as a health policy leader.
Exposure to wildfire smoke can result in low birth weight, premature births and developmental delays, studies show.