A study of twins led by WSU researchers found that stress, anxiety, and depression during the first few weeks of the pandemic were associated with less and lower quality sleep.
A new study led by WSU researchers has identified a protein that could be the key to improving treatment outcomes after a heart attack.
WSU’s early efforts on cannabis research have now grown into a full, multi-disciplinary research center with nearly 100 scientists working on a diverse range of cannabis-related projects.
A study of the Tsimane people, who live on the edge of the Amazon, found they had two health outcomes associated with inequality: higher blood pressure and respiratory disease.
With financial support from the Palouse Club, researchers are using technology to quickly identify medicines that can cause hearing loss.
The first day at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital prepares fourth‑year veterinary students for clinical rotations by throwing them into simulated scenarios with stuffed patients and seasoned actors as clients.
A new study by WSU scientists shows that the number of screening mammograms completed in a large group of women living in Washington State plummeted by nearly half.
Since the blood donor program began, the WSU veterinary hospital’s blood bank has made it possible to perform thousands of transfusions and save the lives of countless dogs and cats.
“I call myself the wandering cardiologist,” said Dr. Ryan Baumwart, who joined Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2020.
With more prescription drugs being approved for dogs and cats, WSU research supported by the Palouse Club is helping identify when treatment might trigger adverse reactions.
Two nonprofits that provide free medical and social services to community members in the regional Tri‑Cities now have iPads to help expand access to translation and interpreting services.
A WSU study found that employer COVID‑19 safety measures influenced worker precautions even when they were not on the clock.
The University is partnering with Rite Aid once again to host public COVID‑19 vaccination clinics on campus, May 19 and June 9.
With the help of WSU veterinarians, Zephyr, a 10‑year‑old Labrador mix, is recovering from a disease that was causing her body’s immune system to destroy its own red blood cells.
This year, 47 students seeking a pharmacy residency matched, up from 41 last year. Residencies are highly sought-after positions to help pharmacists gain experience and hone their skills.
The high‑tech facility serves growing local and global demand for diagnostics and disease surveillance to protect animal health and public health.
WSU research found that programs exclusively focused on petting therapy dogs improved stressed-out college students’ thinking and planning skills more effectively than traditional stress-management programs.