Personal story leads entrepreneur to launch a startup to improve cancer care in Africa and beyond | GeekWire (Kingsley Ndoh, Global Health)
Physician recruitment and retainment is already a problem in the state but some bills could make that even worse | Wyoming Public Media (WWAMI)
Commonly used systems to identify sepsis fail to detect many cases in patients initially admitted to hospital for severe traumatic injuries, researchers at the University of Washington School of...
Sometimes in science, “Eureka!” moments happen with surprisingly little effort. Sometimes they take years or decades to emerge. Such was the case with Brian Kraemer’s research team and their recent...
Is low testosterone therapy for you? What to know, side effects | Men's Health (Bradley Anawalt, Internal Medicine)
For baby's sake, moms-to-be need the whooping cough vaccine | US News & World Report (Linda Eckert, OB-GYN)
To improve HIV testing rates in the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire, community health workers need more training and support, researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine in...
UW Medicine neuroscientist Larry Zweifel says the human brain is fast at work whenever we meet someone new, and if the moving chemicals in our mind react just right, the result makes us gush with...
More than 3 in 10 injuries admitted to U.S. burn centers are a result of scald burns from hot water or other liquids, or steam. American Burn Association data shows that 61% of scald burn victims are...