UWM Syndications

The Arlington garage, transformed into a gym, greets visitors’ noses and eyes almost simultaneously. A whiff of sweat hangs amid a patchwork of boxing posters covering the walls.

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers led by the University of Washington to determine whether hormonal contraceptives increase women's risk of acquiring HIV.  

In concert with the University of Washington's hosting of Seattle's Tent City 3, which begins this weekend, the school's training program for physician assistants will offer a "Homelessness in Seattle" academic course to UW's Health Sciences stu

Volunteers at the University of Washington's Department of Bioengineering led a toy-hacking event last weekend to enable children with disabilities to play.


UW Medicine media contact: Susan Gregg, 206.616.6730

As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage U.S. communities, medical specialists are exploring better ways to treat pain without opioids.

A global clinical trial for a hormonal contraceptive for men appeared highly effective, but was halted early because of side effects the 320 study subjects experienced – mood swings, pain at injection site, acne and more.

Congress' $1.1 billion funding package for Zika research is only about half of what the nation’s health experts think is needed to combat this new global health emergency, states an opinion piece authored by three faculty members at the Universi

This political season has been deeply painful to individuals and groups, say experts in mental health, trauma and grief.


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