In a trial, patients with low back pain and their clinicians received additional context about imaging findings in pain-free people.
UW Medicine ophthalmologist and cornea specialist Michele Lee on artificial tears, goggles and staying indoors.
“It’s all the same system,” said Dr. Albert Merati, a UW Medicine otolaryngologist. “Things that irritate your nose or throat would also irritate your ears.”
A pediatric social worker with UW Medicine offers suggeestions for families, including lowering your heartbeat.
Dubbed “The Oscars of Science,” Baker’s award recognizes stellar achievements in building protein molecules from scratch to perform vital functions.
Facility will promote interdisciplinary teaching of students in dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health and social work.
“Out in the community, any type of face covering is going to do fine,” said Mark Harrast, medical director of the Sports Medicine Center at Husky Stadium.
Before practice begins, parents must understand COVID-19 protective protocols that coaches will establish and enforce.
A small team in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is launching the Center for Mental Health, Policy, and the Law.
The National Collaborative for Gun Violence Research, a private nonprofit, is funding a two-year study to collect data on nonlethal firearm injuries.