The 65 workers who died from job-related injuries or illnesses in Washington state this past year will be remembered at a UW event promoting safer workplaces.
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Researchers found that a protein in organs that repeatedly stretch and retract can lose their functionality when exposed to sugar.
A new procedure that thickens and thins fluid at the micron level could save consumers and manufacturers money, particularly for some soap products.
The new Turbo Commander aircraft will allow the medical transport service to reach more people living in outlying rural areas of Southwest Alaska.
Latest research findings suggest the possibility of reverting TB hyper-susceptibility to TB hyper-resistance.
Neurosurgeon Eric Holland has been recruited to establish a preeminent brain cancer program at UW Medicine and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute.
Dance, photography, cinema, theater and music will convey how the arts can make a difference in public health.
The genetic variants disturb the functioning of the same brain signal receptors affected by hallucinogenic drugs.
UW-developed screening for debilitating, often-fatal genetic conditions has drawn interest from companies that could use it in tests distributed nationally and around the world.
In partnership with Fisher Communications, UW Medicine Health will provide information on healthy living and on the latest treatments and medical breakthroughs