The partnership expands for an event that began in 1970 and this year will draw thousands of participants on Sunday, Nov. 26.
Patients in remission can experience high stress, fear of recurrence and ongoing side effects, an oncologist says.
Realize that public-health cautions may continue to ebb and flow, said Anne Browning, UW Medicine's assistant dean for well-being.
A new school year will bring many children back to in-person learning – and it's nearly here. One item on the back-to-school checklist: a wellness visit with your family’s pediatrician.
This year, with COVID-19 and the swooning economy, people are grappling with a lot more uncertainty. Add to that a contentious election whose outcome may not be known right away and the coming winter's longer spans of darkness.
The holiday season can be a perfect storm of stress with parties, work, and travel. Obligations and competing priorities can seem overwhelming.
UW leads an effort to research the health benefits of contact with nature
A study of 17 large companies in Washington state found a substantial increase in the use of evidence-based health promotion practices after the first year of the program.
By 2030, census data suggests, 20-plus percent of the U.S. population will be 65 or older.
A "strong disconnect" exists between employers in low-wage industries and their employees about the value of workplace wellness programs, University of Washington researchers report in a new study.