As part of a WSU‑led outreach project, teens in Washington’s Yakima, Spokane, and Clallam counties helped peers and neighbors understand the opioid crisis.
The science clearly shows that the COVID-19 vaccine nearly eliminates the chances of death or serious illness related to a COVID-19 infection and is a critical element in protecting public health locally and worldwide.
Wearable devices can detect people’s stress, according to new WSU research, opening potential new interventions for people with addictions.
Itty Bitty is looking forward to a new beginning after WSU veterinarians performed a life-saving procedure to remove a 23‑pound basketball-sized tumor from her abdomen.
WSU researchers developed a way to use Zoom to test study participants’ cognitive abilities after using high-potency cannabis they purchased themselves from commercial dispensaries.
A $500,000 gift is the latest in a series of significant contributions made to support the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s first family medicine residency program at Pullman Regional Hospital.
As the plant-based substance’s popularity has grown, so have calls to poison centers, often with severe consequences for older adults, according to a new study by a WSU College of Nursing researcher.
Following life-saving surgery and treatment for a rare form of cancer at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Scarlet is still the happy, playful, and affectionate cat she has always been, according to owner Vincent Papol.
Konul Karimova, a doctoral student in the Department of Human Development, is helping develop a digital toolkit that will empower students to take active roles in keeping the virus from spreading in their communities.
The early-summer heat wave continues to create potentially dangerous conditions for pets and the hottest predicted temperatures across most of the region are yet to come.
A new paper by WSU researchers argues that nurses worldwide should become more involved in actions aimed at reducing the health effects of climate change.
The Honors College new Medical Summer Undergraduate Research Experience program received a boost form the Palouse Club, receiving $50,000 to support student research efforts.
WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has received full accreditation, the final milestone in a journey that has spanned nearly six years.
Tom and Linda Nihoul, healthcare advocates and wealth management professionals, are making the donation to support access to rural healthcare.
WSU Pharmacy students, 4‑H teens, and adult mentors in Yakima, Benton, and Franklin counties will be educating their communities about COVID‑19 vaccines thanks to dual grants.
New WSU research focuses on collecting more thorough gender and sexual orientation information from LGBTQ patients which will allow nurses and doctors to provide higher quality care.
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.