UWM Syndications

The overall prevalence of diabetic kidney disease has not changed significantly in the United States for 30 years, but the characteristics of kidney disease have changed markedly,

A structure that represents the biggest known genetic difference between humans and Neanderthals also predisposes humans to autism.

In what is being called the first-ever test of open-source drug-discovery, researchers from around the world have successfully identified compounds to pursue in treating and preventing parasite-borne illnesses such as malaria as well as cancer.

UW Medical Center, part of the UW Medicine health system, today earned U.S. News & World Report’s No. 1 ranking for care in Washington state and in the Seattle metro area.

A class of white cells that has long been thought to play a relatively minor role in the body’s defenses against malaria infection may, in fact, be a potent weapon against the malaria parasite.

New data analyses finds that a monthly vaginal ring containing an antiretroviral drug called dapivirine can cut women’s HIV risk by more than half and, in some, by 75 percent or more.

UW Medicine’s Regional Heart Center last week became the first cardiology program in Washington state to implant a dissolving coronary stent, a technological advance approved this month by the FDA. 

Charles Wilkinson and a small group of scientists are studying whether traumatic brain injury caused by battlefield explosions can damage soldiers’ pituitary glands in ways that cause lasting health prob

UW Medicine physicians recently performed a rare brain surgery, implanting a stent that helped relieve a Sacramento, California, woman's devastating headaches and potential blindness.

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