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Researchers aim to develop technology that alerts clinicians when their verbal and nonverbal cues affect interactions with patients.
In light of new data showing increased suicide rates among teens, a UW Medicine psychologist urges prevention awareness.
In seeking ways to protect babies and moms, researchers will explore immune responses, role of the placenta, potential therapeutics and other areas
Among women in study, reciprocal patterns between alcohol and tobacco use are strongest among bisexuals.
Endometrial cancer is the most common gynecological cancer in the U.S., and its risk is greatly borne by African-Americans.
At a memorial symposium for blood geneticist George Stamatoyannopoulos, speakers told how he helped set their course in research.
With the rash of illnesses attributed to vaping, many users want to quit – and are finding it incredibly hard.
One-on-one teaching sessions improved resilience and encouraged personal growth in families' times of trauma.
New funding will support UW Medicine efforts to address the state's behavioral health crisis through new facilities, training expansion, and telehealth services.
The institute unites basic sciences, clinical research, training and patient care to work to prevent and treat diabetes and its complications.