American Academy of Pediatrics calls for stronger U.S. safety measures toward chemicals used for food taste, processing, packaging.
Disregard for safety is 'fueling suicides' in Washington state, says lead UW researcher.
Carbon dioxide poses threat to maternal and child health for millions of people, says UW co-author of study.
A poorer score on a cognitive test was associated with greater risk in a study population of 2,615 senior drivers.
Two distinct interbreeding events with Denisovans, a sister group to Neanderthals, contributed to the ancestry of modern East Asians, according to a genetic data analysis.
Budgetary distress too often accompanies medical problems. Public health researchers want to learn how circumstances that drive the need for payday loans could be better remedied.
The finding could inform test interventions to reduce or eradicate certain bacteria that appear to increase women’s HIV susceptibility.
Researchers from public health, social work and public policy will examine whether buying and drinking habits change.
UW research improves awareness of determinants of HIV infection, and might spur new approaches to prevention.
Most are male, and cite protection as primary reason; 'significant' public health implications, researchers say.