People who talk with their doctors are more likely to get vaccinated during a pandemic, according to a study of evidence collected during the “swine flu,” the last pandemic to hit the U.S. before COVID‑19.
Pharmacy’s John Clarke received a $2.1 million grant to study how the most common and potent toxin produced by freshwater blue-green algae may contribute to the progression of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
The WSU community is invited to send in questions about the COVID‑19 vaccine, which will be answered by WSU’s infectious disease expert and board-certified pathologist, Dr. Guy Palmer.
Findings from the study suggest that night shifts disrupt natural 24‑hour rhythms in the activity of certain cancer-related genes, making night shift workers more vulnerable to damage to their DNA.
To determine when you’re eligible to receive the vaccine under the state’s phased distribution process, use the Washington PhaseFinder tool.
The researchers’ findings showed that participants who were given incentives to reward alcohol abstinence were 70% more likely to test negative for alcohol use than control participants.
Thanks to a $300,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation, Pullman Regional Hospital will be remodeling approximately 5,000 square feet of space to accommodate a new Family Medicine Residency Program.
Veterinarians last week at WSU were paid a visit by an animal 8,000 miles from its natural habitat—a 30‑pound, 8‑month‑old Kangaroo named Rolex.
The WSU College of Medicine’s standardized patient program trains individuals to portray a patient, simulate a real patient scenario, and then provide valuable feedback to the student about the experience.
The campaign is calling for community members in Pullman and Moscow to unite together, wear masks, and continue maintaining physical distance from other people.
A WSU nursing professor aims to help healthcare providers understand the impact of their words and actions when it comes to talking to people who have been traumatized by discrimination during COVID‑19.
Demand for the University’s pharmacy students grew noticeably just two months in to the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Phase 2 allows indoor dining in restaurants at up to 25% capacity and gatherings of up to five people from two households, among other changes.
New research conducted in part by a WSU anthropologist suggests that disgust could be the body’s way of helping humans avoid infection.
Cougar Health Services at WSU has been awarded a $500,000 grant to help colleges and universities across the state bolster support for students in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
Breastfeeding women who have COVID‑19 transfer milk-borne antibodies to their babies without passing along the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus, according to a new study conducted in part by WSU researchers.
Diabetic patients taking the natural product goldenseal while taking the prescription drug metformin may be unwittingly sabotaging their efforts to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.