SAD is a subset of depression that can be marked by feeling blue and tired, craving carbs, and having less interest in socializing.
25 percent of survey respondents reduced their prescribed doses because of cost, a study found.
More than one-fourth of survey respondents strongly objected to losing access to the cancer screening late in life, surprising researchers.
In some settings, the wisdom of volunteers who are not autism experts might be a valuable tool, research suggests.
Pharmacists and physicians want to see if reducing older patients' use of certain medications can reduce falls.
Her younger sister’s attitude toward cancer in 2012 became an inspiration for a resident pediatrician’s work with teenage patients.
UW Medicine researcher's imaging study will evaluate newborns’ eyes for abnormalities.
Mary Wimer had no idea she had diabetes until she went for her six-month checkup after undergoing a mastectomy for breast cancer.
Appointment is part of effort to build up Magnuson Park clinic.
A new study will eventually enroll 800 mothers to study the practice's effectiveness.