Older adults living in very rural settings are less likely than those living closer to urban centers to receive services in health, nutrition and transportation.
Students are testing guest farmworkers as well as working at a drive‑through test site in an area that was a COVID‑19 hotspot this summer.
Trick-or-treating and, to a greater extent, indoor house parties, increase the likelihood of contracting and spreading COVID-19, according to WSU epidemiologist Eric Lofgren.
The research will help scientists better understand how emotional regulation during infancy can contribute to academic performance, everyday behavior and the development of mental health problems later in life.
The College of Nursing in Spokane worked quickly to put the program in place after a rise in COVID‑19 cases stretched local nursing staffs thin.
Regular cannabis exposure in rats during pregnancy may cause their offspring to have cognitive deficiencies, asocial behavior, and anxiety later in adulthood.
One in four adults reported a change in alcohol use almost immediately after stay‑at‑home orders were issued, according to a study of twins led by WSU researchers.
A project, led by Dr. Dedra Buchwald of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, received a $4.4 million NIH grant to help address the COVID‑19 crisis in American Indian and Native Alaskan populations.
The Diagnostic Challenges, case‑based exercises for second‑year veterinary students, are going virtual to protect the health of the participants.
One approach will be to implement the Strengthening Families Program, an initiative aimed at families, caregivers and children ages 10–14.
WSU’s degree-completion program for working nurses – the RN-BSN – has helped more than 1,700 registered nurses earn a bachelor’s degree.
A newly identified genetic factor allows adult skin to repair itself like the skin of a newborn babe. The discovery has implications for wound treatment and preventing some of the aging process in skin.
The WSU discovery may also set the stage for future treatment strategies for sleep disorders, neurological diseases and other conditions associated with troubled sleep.
Young children are getting hands‑on health education while Pullman Regional Hospital is getting awesome artwork to hang on its walls.
From carefully planned recreational opportunities to online group sessions, WSU’s campuses are helping students and others manage stress during the pandemic landscape.
Flu Shot Fridays return to WSU Pullman starting Sept. 25. The ongoing event is part of a systemwide effort to get as many Cougs vaccinated this flu season as possible.
Sugar, a 1,000‑pound American quarter horse, was minutes away from death when she arrived at the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital with severe colic.