A new study shows that building critical media skills as a family can have a positive impact on kid’s nutrition without restricting their access to TV and computers.
When physically fit women exercise during pregnancy they could be setting their children up for better fitness too, according to new WSU research.
WSU nutrition expert Jen Moss shares a range of advice on staying healthy during stay-at-home measures from shopping and meal planning to mindful eating.
“Some of the most important things you can do right now are the simplest,” said Jennifer Ellsworth, director of WSU’s Counseling and Psychological Services.
The WSU researchers’ discovery opens up possibilities for the development of new combination drugs or treatment strategies to reduce heart damage from cancer treatment.
A WSU College of Nursing refresher course for nurses who have let their licenses lapse is seeing a surge of applications and interest in recent weeks.
Washington State University Veterinarian Katie Kuehl wants to make sure the animals of people facing homelessness in Seattle don’t go without care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory on the Pullman campus has begun limited testing of animal samples for the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus, the causative agent for COVID‑19.
A new grant from Washington State University is helping scientists dive deeper into the issue of how cannabis affects the brain and cognition.
WSU infectious disease epidemiologist Eric Lofgren said that while extreme social distancing measures may prove unsustainable, some intermediate steps may need to be put in place to weather the outbreak.
WSU and UW medical students have formed a group that supports working doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists by providing childcare and performing other services such as picking up groceries.
The WSU research team found that rats with regular access to cannabis seek more of the substance and tend to show increased drug-seeking behavior when cannabis is absent.
Effective immediately, the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) has suspended all elective appointments. The hospital remains open and will take urgent and emergency cases only for all species for a minimum of two weeks.
Key initiatives include providing interpreters for students with limited English proficiency, modifying training for incoming students, and strengthening liaisons between CHS and units serving underrepresented students.
WSU research has linked chronic depression with increased health problems for moms and children in poor rural communities, revealing the need for better treatment based on teamwork and trust.
Thanks to life-saving efforts by WSU veterinarians, one of Moses Lake’s four‑legged finest returned home today—just days after suffering a gunshot wound to the head.
WSU researchers examined changes in the average age of first drug use for 18 different drugs—including alcohol and tobacco products—between 2004 and 2017 for their study published today in JAMA Pediatrics.