Experts have published a special issue of the international scientific journal Industrial Health focused on shift work and working time arrangements, providing information and practical guidance on key topics.
The researchers identified an important step in the progression of the body’s inflammatory response that may soon lead to effective management and treatments.
Their device, called Appiture, tests for the possibility of autism spectrum disorder quickly and conveniently.
Dr. Guenter Risse gifted his personal library of 1,500 historical medical texts and scholarly works, including an 18th century collection displayed in an antique bookcase and historical medical memorabilia and pharmaceuticals.
Largest‑ever study of children with Duarte galactosemia helps clear up conflicting findings from two earlier, smaller studies.
Only one group of teenagers used marijuana more often after retail sales were legalized in Washington than they did before – high school seniors who work 11 or more hours per week, according to new research led by a WSU College of Nursing professor.
The director of Native American Health Sciences at WSU has strengthened partnerships between the university and regional tribes.
Treatment options for a rare, inherited disease are close to being available thanks to researchers at WSU’s College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
WSU postdoctoral researcher, Solmaz Amiri, is working on technology to help police predict break‑ins and burglaries in Spokane.
The Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at WSU has received initial accreditation, meeting the standards of education in exercise science developed by leading professionals and organizations.
McKeirnan has made extraordinary contributions toward improving vaccination rates in communities — an issue very current in Washington state news.
Medical students from WSU and nine western states have a national voice, thanks to WSU med student David Choi.
Kathryn Meier’s research is deepening the understanding of health and the onset and progression of disease.
The institute will focus on innovative “care and cures” for brain diseases, including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Stabbed five times and bleeding profusely, a man on the street in Spokane cried for help. WSU medical student Nina Thach and her boyfriend, a Tacoma firefighter, stopped their car and came to his aid.
Nearly 800 children and adults in Spokane County are protected against flu, chickenpox, measles, shingles and other illnesses thanks to students and faculty at WSU Health Sciences.
Heart failure is a major concern with radiation treatment that targets the chest region in breast cancer patients.