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Higher costs of more nutritious diets contribute to socio-economic disparities in health: UW research

Higher costs of more nutritious diets contribute to socio-economic disparities in health: UW research

President Obama honors UW epidemiologist Dr. Michelle Williams as one of the nation’s outstanding mentors

Williams will receive a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering mentoring.

Gulf grows between research practice and participant preferences in genetic research

Realigning with participants’ interest is important for the future of genomic research.

UW Medicine, Valley Medical Center to explore strategic alliance

Today, Jan. 18, the chief executive officers of UW Medicine and Valley Medical Center announced the signing of a non-binding Letter of Inten

Anti-bullying program reduces malicious gossip on school playgrounds

Elementary school students who participated in a three-month anti-bullying program in Seattle schools showed a 72 percent decrease in malicious gossip.

Team-based approach to patient care shows success in fight against depression with diabetes, heart disease

Team-based approach to patient care shows success

UW Medicine scientists among international consortium of researchers to conduct first-ever analysis of roundworm genome

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Without intervention, Mariana crow to become extinct in 75 years

Researchers from the University of Washington say the Mariana crow, a forest crow living on Rota Island in the western Pacific Ocean, will go extinct in 75 years.

New book on Martin Luther King Jr. and economic rights: “All Labor Has Dignity”

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UW, WSU collaborate in landmark national study of children’s health

The Pacific Northwest Center today announced the launch of a campaign to recruit area families into the National Children’s Study, the largest long-term study of children’s health and development ever undertaken in the United States.

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