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Scientists have designed proteins that move in response to acid, a technology that might help medications enter cells.
With a phone and small paper funnel, software is highly effective in sensing fluid buildup behind eardrum.
UW Medicine was instrumental to legislation that sparked nationwide change toward care and protection of young athletes.
Researchers seek to isolate cannabis from concurrent use of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs.
Among new resources are smartphone app, telemedicine clinic, and day-long course of instruction for loved ones on May 14.
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Researchers find HSV-1 and HSV-2 forming recombinants in present-day humans.
An essay in the New England Journal of Medicine examines ways the Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation for Care and Payment might approach its mission.
Revised regulations mean "more kids will come home safe," says Harborview pediatrician who advocated for change.