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.
Nearly half of physicians report they have experienced at least one symptom of "burnout" during their career. Work hours are long, difficult and emotionally draining.