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The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is honoring Herring, co-founder of The Sports Institute.
New rules ease restrictions put in place for COVID-19. But don’t expect to see football games immediately.
Partnership provides children with expanded opportunities to participate in the all-virtual 2020 Seattle Kids Marathon.
In a KIRO 7 News story, reporter Deborah Horne talks to UW Medicine physician Jonathan Drezner about the need for EKGs during routine sports screenings for young athletes.
UW Medicine urologist Thomas Walsh led a study that examines private insurance data along with which months vasectomies were done in from 2007 to 2013.
Do you really need to drink two-and-half gallons a day, like the New England Patriots' quarterback says he does on football Sundays? GQ asked experts, including Dr. Jonathan Harper of UW Medicine.
A study of more than 400 pediatric sports-concussion cases indicates that, in most cases, the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) did not help in the evaluation of persistent symptoms.
A group of Washington state soccer players who developed cancer did not do so at a higher-than-expected rate, compared with all soccer players of a similar age range and playing experience, the state Department of Health announced today.
In his final season of high school football, Kenley Unruh ("un-roo") took a hard hit, leaving him dizzy. But he stayed in the game “since I wasn’t falling over or passing out,” he recalled.