In the wake of former NFL quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's announcement that he will donate his brain to science after his death, UW Medicine neuropathologist Dirk Keene discusses chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the condition linked to brai
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Downloadable multimedia: Andrew Oberst discusses research on brain-invading viruses
Dixie Wilson's father and his four siblings died from Alzheimer's.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine this week recommended that middle and high schools should start classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m.
As 400,000 people a year are still being killed by malaria, researchers in Seattle are fervently working on a vaccine.
How close are they?
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A team of global researchers led by UW Medicine nephrologist Bernadette Thomas investigated the effects of kidney disease on a person's heart condition and cardiovascular health.
A new cryo-electron microscope, which can reveal cellular and viral structures at near-atomic resolution, will soon be arriving in Seattle.