A College of Nursing graduate student has helped bring the first needle-exchange program to Grant County, Washington.
A foundation created by a thrifty farmer in Grant County is making charitable gifts to both the WSU College of Nursing in Yakima and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine in Spokane.
An internet discovery led a longtime Italian critical care nurse to visit Spokane to work with Marian Wilson, College of Nursing, to research the effects of therapeutic touch on patients.
WSU researchers have created more than a dozen drugs with the potential to curb smokers’ desire for nicotine by slowing how it is broken down in the body.
Zach Smith, a bedside nurse for six years and a WSU graduate, now is helping nurses keep track of their schedules, swap shifts, and share their availability.
A podcast exploring the intersection of healthcare and the environment is drawing national accolades.
If you’re hoping to get the new shingles vaccine shot, join the crowd.
WSU researchers have found that marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington has not hurt police effectiveness. In fact, clearance rates for certain crimes have improved.
Overweight adults are more likely to suffer from chronic pain, according to a recent Washington State University study.
Four WSU faculty have been elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences and two others were chosen to serve on the academy’s leadership board.
The name change follows years of growth and innovation and illustrates the college’s mission, including pharmaceutical sciences research and pharmacy education.
Working night shifts or other nonstandard work schedules increases your risk of obesity, diabetes, metabolic disorders, heart disease, stroke and cancer.
A pilot project led by WSU scientists that’s using smart-home technology for health care is expanding to other locations and uses.
Encountering veterans addicted to opioids or with mental health conditions, Andrew Colburn is changing his nursing trajectory.
Dawn Garzon Maaks, WSU Vancouver College of Nursing, will become president of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners on July 1.
Megan Brendal, a member of the Navajo Nation, the second largest tribe in the country, became the first Native American faculty member of WSU’s Department of Speech and Hearing Services.
Health science students are getting valuable training in how to screen for drug and alcohol misuse, and engage patients in difficult conversations.