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The old bromide “you are what you eat,” is true, but not quite the way nutritionists first thought.
The University of Washington made a giant commitment in the field of global mental health with the hiring of Dr. Pamela Collins from the National Institute of Mental Health.
As if it was not unnerving enough to get breast cancer: Many women who survive breast cancer run the risk of having the cancer return in another part of the body.
Epidemiology has played a crucial role over the decades in understanding Alzheimer’s disease and other common causes of dementia, such as vascular disease and Lewy body disease.
The idea for a "gene gun" that delivers a vaccine into skin cells traces its provenance more to wheat and tomatoes rather than HIV and influenza.
An ambitious new program focused on pediatric oral health training will involve practitioners and students in several schools at the University of Washington and external partners including Eastern Washington University.
Casey Schorr didn't always have epilepsy. His seizures started when he was 12.
"It kept getting worse and worse, even on the medications, which is why they started doubling them and tripling them," said Melani Schorr, Casey's mother.
A bill in Washington's Legislature would require private stem-cell clinics to post signage warning prospective clients that the therap
The University of Washington's Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) has received a nearly $3 million grant from the U.S.
On the island of Lihir in Papua New Guinea (pop. 16,092), researchers made a massive effort to wipe out an infectious disease called yaws.