Journal commentary cites gaps between what medical trainees are told by educators and what they experience.
Efforts will measure effectiveness of approaches to reducing gun violence, and gather data on risk factors.
A physician discusses how swim programs can accommodate people's religious values, with regard to clothing.
Long survival is “not common, but it’s not an absolute rarity anymore,” said a UW Medicine specialist in the disease.
UW Medicine specialists refine a progressive option for people awaiting donor organs.
In some countries, about 99 percent of the time, rabies exposure is through stray dog bites, said Anne Terry, UW Medicine Travel Clinic director at Hall Health.
In a study group, the number of people on high-dose opioids decreased by 14 percent over 15 months.
The procedure aims to cure aggressive disease with a donor liver.
National Taiwan University releases Performance Ranking for Scientific Papers for World Universities; UW ranks second in microbiology, fourth in immunology.
Guest experts explore diverse health topics, including sleep, the gut and, of course, the penis.