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With variants becoming the new dominant COVID-19 strains around the world, a UW Medicine trial will test the safety and effectiveness of booster vaccine shots for fully vaccinated people.
There are ways to break through the skepticism, says a UW Medicine general internist.
Ibrahim escaped the civil war in Somalia as a child, and went on to head the pediatrics clinic at Harborview Medical Center.
A social shift took place during the pandemic. People seem to want to be less busy.
Be mindful of this summertime threat, which will outlast our historic heat wave.
Her first intervention was at the dawn of open-heart surgery. This month she got a newly available pulmonary valve, placed with a tiny incision.
“I would suggest taking a pause and not jump in and try to do everything at once,” said Anne Browning, a UW specialist in wellness.
Yasemin Sancak's lab is seeking therapeutic targets for diseases with underlying mitochondria malfunctions.
Dr. Thomas Grabowski, who directs the UW Medicine Alzheimer Disease Research Center, discusses latest advances and research in progress.
UW Medicine’s 1st Alaskan recipient of a living-donor liver graft heads home after a lifesaving gift from his nephew across the country.