A growing body of research shows that the proverbial broken heart can be physical as well as emotional.
The WSU Planetarium is introducing “Stellar Meditation,” in which the planetarium staff will provide guided meditation and seated yoga under the center’s starry dome.
February is Women in Recreation month and University Recreation is offering a wide array of women’s only classes, clinics, and trips.
As the efficacy of conventional antibiotics wanes, researchers are reinventing old ideas to fight bacterial infection.
If you start the challenge by March 1, you will receive a prize for each distance you complete.
Grief is a normal response to loss and many throughout the WSU community are grieving right now. Counseling services are available to students, faculty and staff throughout the University system.
The small African country has the world’s highest HIV/AIDs rate and nurses provide much of the health care.
New research at WSU College of Veterinary Medicine brings greater insight to the effects of drug use on brain maturation, addiction treatment.
WSU University Recreation is offering free fitness classes Jan. 8 – 14, including CrossFit and yoga.
Nurse practitioners and registered nurses will see some of the biggest increases.
Drs. Larry Anderson and Svetislava Vukelja understand the unique paths that lead students to medical school.
A promising but little-used type of cancer treatment has been markedly improved by researchers at Washington State University by introducing the use of tiny particles of gold and platinum.
Washington State University is temporarily suspending the Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship program for 2018 as PATH addresses a series of challenges.
Individuals with a particular variation of the DRD2 gene are resilient to the effects of sleep deprivation when completing tasks that require cognitive flexibility.
Hip-hop dance, kickboxing, and boot camp are just a few of the many classes offered.
Tips and tricks from health experts at WSU Spokane to help practice mindfulness during high-stress times.
Washington State University will lead a study to understand the relationship between sleep and chronic pain, part of a nationwide effort to address the rising abuse of opioid pain relievers.