After Casey Schorr developed epilepsy at age 12, his life was put on hold as the seizures became worse and medication, even at high doses, didn't help. The Spokane teen turned to a UW Medicine neurosurgeon.
Private clinics have lured patients with claims of injectable therapies for which no evidence or FDA-approval exists.
The EPA awards UW nearly $3 million to continue studying how air pollution contributes to cardiovascular disease.
Campaign efforts published in The Lancet speak volumes about the complications of eradicating an infectious disease.
Each year about millions of Americans will start a diet without considering its relevance to long-term health.
Would you consider a therapy that might get you a few more months, but involved shaving your head and wearing a skullcap-like devce for 18 hours a day?
Thomas Grabowski, director of the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center, talks about ongoing trials and interventions.
A wound-healing expert comments on a finding that mice that sustain a cut during the day heal faster than mice similarly injured at night.
A document specific to cases of cognitive illness helps ensure that the patient's wishes guide future care.
The average American consumes the daily equivalent of 19.5 teaspoons of sugar.