The research could ultimately help scientists better understand how COVID‑19 affects the health and immune responses of mothers and babies, and whether infant feeding practices play a role.
Sorosh Kherghehpoush has a passion to help people experiencing homelessness. Working with WSU and community partners, he goes to many locations to give personal hygiene packages and do routine health checks.
Inside his laboratory at Washington State University, Michael Letko is determined to give the world a leg up on the next pandemic.
The COVID Urban Rural Explorer is one of the first tools that enables users to identify rural counties across the country with both limited hospital capacity and where COVID‑19 cases are rapidly growing.
WSU veterinary students are overseeing dental work, growth removals, blood draws and other animal medical procedures as part of four‑week, virtual training rotations hosted by partner clinics throughout the west.
Researchers have shown that a fatty acid called DGLA can induce ferroptosis, an iron-dependent type of cell death, in human cancer cells. The discovery has many implications, including a step toward a potential cancer treatment.
Two faculty members at the WSU College of Nursing are testing a fabric mask made with a filter available at big‑box stores as an alternative to sometimes-scarce N95 masks.
A tortoise believed to be run over by a vehicle could live another 90 years thanks to the care of Washington State University veterinarians.
The expanded testing at WSU begins this week as part of the overall effort to safely re-open the economy in the state and the region.
A rare brain surgery performed by WSU veterinarians is giving one retired Japanese show cat a chance at a longer life, free of diabetes.
One of the biggest threats to global health may become far worse in the coming decades for those countries without access to clean water and wastewater infrastructure.
Beginning Monday, June 29, employees will be required to attest they are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms prior to returning to a WSU work location.
The WSU team’s findings suggest that Washingtonians who live in highly walkable, mixed‑age communities may be more likely to live to their 100th birthday.
Researchers discovered a compound in the gills of wood-eating clams could be the solution to a group of parasites responsible for some of the world’s most common infections.
People suffering from post‑traumatic distress disorder report that cannabis reduces the severity of their symptoms by more than half, at least in the short term, according to a recent study led by a WSU psychology professor.
A survey of 4,105 dog owners shows pets are playing a critical role in helping reduce their owner’s feelings of depression, anxiety and loneliness during social isolation.
WSU researchers are working to produce a vaccine that can be used against diverse strains of Anaplasma marginale, a pathogen with an up to 36% mortality rate in cattle.