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Advice comes from past decade of working with people at Seattle homeless shelters to reduce drinking.
World Sleep Day, on Friday, March 19, should bring a collective focus to "regular sleep for healthy future."
About 60% of U.S. women experience UTIs at some point, but they are routinely, and successfully, treated with antibiotics.
In a Q&A, a UW Medicine bioethicist discusses equitable distribution and reasons to be hopeful, despite the hoarding by wealthy nations so far.
Virtual symposium March 23-24 will explore a new vision of collaboration against tuberculosis.
A study shows the drug has no benefit, and a researcher reflects on year on the hydroxychloroquine roller coaster.
Data shows that 14% of primary-care visits among women of reproductive age include contraceptive and reproductive counseling.
With photodynamic light and a special solution, non-muscle-invasive cancer cells turn pink.
Researchers hope study findings will motivate policymakers to make “mHealth” apps reimbursable with billing codes.
Recent U.S recommendations tell parents that foods containing added sugars are a no-no for infants and toddlers under 2.