WSU researchers have developed a technology that is more than 30 times more sensitive than current lab‑based tests in finding early stage cancer biomarkers in blood.
Sexual intimacy is an important quality-of-life issue for cancer patients, but it’s a difficult subject to talk about – even for nurses. Freyja Herzog, who just earned her bachelor’s degree from the WSU College of Nursing, wanted to do something about that.
Nursing graduate Jacqueline Flowers talks about creativity and flexibility in how WSU and health care professionals have reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of WSU educators has put together a set of COVID-19 related food-focused tip sheets, podcasts and videos to help Northwest residents make informed choices to protect themselves and others.
The Zoonotic and Emerging Infectious Diseases Training Program will strengthen in‑country research capacity for detection and response to diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans.
New Washington State University research could help make sure persistent arthritis caused by Lyme disease doesn’t linger for a lifetime.
The move will encourage greater educational partnership between WSU nursing students and osteopathic medical students from the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences.
The Association of International and Intercultural Students of Health Sciences started by pairing up international students with American students to learn the bus system and find grocery stores and other services.
Researchers at both institutions will focus their efforts on identifying relationships between the gut microbiome and circadian rhythm, the body’s built-in mechanism for keeping us in sync with the cycle of night and day.
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.
Several faculty members had the idea for the telephone outreach as it became clear students wouldn’t be able to return to their clinical sites after spring break.
The patient was a 3-year-old alpaca named “Rose,” admitted on April 8. The illness occurs when certain species of ticks inject potent toxins from their salivary glands into the host animal.
A WSU epidemiologist has developed a new analytical model to better define the risks COVID-19 poses to incarcerated populations as well as the staff and community who support them.
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.