Patients need to take stock of the precautions providers are taking. This is especially true for older adults, who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
At Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital on Sunday, the medical staff ran out of both space for new coronavirus patients and a key drug needed to treat them
Findings may help explain why these energy-producing cellular organelles begin to fail as we age.
Deaths are predicted to remain fairly level through August and begin to rise again in the fourth week of August with a more pronounced increase during September.
COVID-19 has done what no president or reformer could have: It forced sudden major changes to the nation’s health system that are unlikely to be reversed.
The results indicate that at-home testing is a viable option for women to find out whether they have a propensity for these cancers.
Patients and staff at UW Medical Center participated in the international trial, which has ended. Preliminary findings were published Friday.
Workers at the University of Washington Medical Center are complaining hospital authorities are not notifying them when they may have been exposed on the job.
Early and aggressive physical distancing measures enacted in Washington state appear to have blunted the COVID-19 pandemic in the region, the study suggests.
The coronavirus genome is like a shipping label that lets epidemiologists track where it’s been
The CDC recently said lower-grade surgical masks are “an acceptable alternative” to N95 masks, but critics say their use is almost certainly fueling illness among front-line health workers.
UW Medicine is enrolling outpatients with COVID-19 for trial of two drug regimens – hydroxychloroquine and hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin.
A virologist from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle explains viral pandemics and COVID-19,
The phone app could diagnose illness sooner, preventing members of the military and civilians who are ill from returning to work or school too soon.