A new clinic features an eye and a sinus specialist collaborating on minimally invasive repairs for tear-duct obstruction, thyroid eye disease and orbital tumors.
ADA accommodations will be available at the test site for people who are unable to leave their vehicles.
The phone-based technology is "the closest thing to a therapist in patients’ pockets," says its project lead in psychiatry at UW Medicine.
Rapid point-of-care tests could diagnose infected patients before they become severely ill and spread tuberculosis to others.
An estimated 19% of U.S. adults manage chronic pain, and as many as 65% of veterans experience ongoing pain.
New surge of BA.5 COVID-19 seen nationally now seen here in cases, hospitalizations
Let the bacteria do the work by feeding them right, advises UW Medicine gastrointestinalist.
Media, internal communications team shines a steady light on COVID-19 issues to obtain wide coverage locally and nationally.
Healthcare organizations are trying to make headway against ingrained patterns of inequitable care, an NEJM commentary notes.
Bioethicist offers reasons to have a document that would guide global distribution of vaccines and medications during pandemics.