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.
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.
A biotech startup founded and led by WSU scientists draws Wall Street support that could benefit the university.
The grant will be used to identify interventions to address livestock diseases and develop research training and institutional development in Africa.
The new three‑year residence training program, based at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, is currently accepting applications.
Until the smoke clears, Washington State University veterinarians say the best thing pet owners can do is keep their animals indoors.
A recent study showed that the slow release of soy-based chemical compounds from a 3D‑printed bone-like scaffold resulted in a reduction in bone cancer cells while building up healthy cells.
Hosted by WSU President Kirk Schulz, the meeting included discussions with university, student and community leaders about COVID‑19.
Prospective patients must be located in the state of Washington. Services are not limited to WSU‑affiliated students, faculty and staff.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will establish occupancy in the Spokane Teaching Health Center in Fall 2020 with an outpatient primary clinic and two patient aligned care teams.
The new National Guard testing site is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
In a study of twins, people who reported increasing their physical activity after the start of COVID‑19 stay‑at‑home orders reported higher levels of stress and anxiety than those whose activity levels stayed the same.
Cougar Health Services and National Guard testing sites opened Tuesday in Pullman.
Calls to U.S. poison centers about phenibut, an anti‑anxiety drug sold on the internet, rose dramatically over the past decade, according to new research by nursing Associate Professor and Associate Dean Janessa Graves.
Mark Leid, the new dean at the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has a connection to WSU that stretches back 42 years.
Diagnostic COVID‑19 testing will be available on the Pullman campus Wednesday through Friday as WSU’s efforts to expand capacity continue.