KOMO's Molly Shen talks with various educators and with Harborview Medical Center's Eileen Bulger about Stop the Bleed programs. Apart from active shooter drills, Washington state high schools may...
Dr. Melinda Rathkopf, a clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine, talks with Health about the causes of an allergic reaction and how to respond.
In this article, GeekWire reporter Lisa Stiffler talks to Dr. Christopher Murray about the establishment of the Institute of Health Metrics and evaluation, but also what makes him tick.
Imagine your child going back to school and being unable to enjoy favorite activites like singing, dancing, or running. That was the reality for 8-year-old Alaya Rogers until she took control of her...
Washington doctors say they plan to do more to prevent gun-related injuries and deaths, including asking patients whether they own guns and screening them for risk of using a gun in suicide.
Science reporter Amanda Grennell explores the current status of Zika research and outbreak monitoring in a article today on the PBS NewsHour. A 2018 American Association for the Advancement of...
The organizations will work together on the annual Global Burden of Disease study -- "embarking on an unprecedented and unparalleled journey to improve health systems and, in turn, the health and...
Not one African country is on track to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030, according to new data released late last month from the UW Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. A few weeks earlier...
Exceptionally detailed maps of child growth and education across Africa suggest that no single country is set to end childhood malnutrition by 2030.
The key to reducing firearm deaths in the United States is to understand and reduce exposure to the cause, just like in any epidemic, and in this case that is guns. Dr. Fred Rivara, UW Medicine chief...