WSU researchers have enhanced the development of a low-cost, portable laboratory on a phone that can detect common viral and bacterial infections.
Dr. Bonnie de Vries will share her vision for the future of university health services in a presentation on April 9 from 4-5 p.m. in the Washington building, G41.
Like medical clinics nationwide, the Health & Wellness Services medical clinic on the Pullman campus is seeing an increase in cases of influenza.
Bernice Meier, 95, who worked for WSU Health and Wellness Services from May 1974 to June 1983 when she retired, died Dec. 4, 2017.
Looking back at her freshman year Nicolle Peterson is still surprised by how quickly her new life at WSU unraveled. She credits the staff at the Access Center with helping her get back on track, determining what accommodations she needed and coaching her on how to talk with her professors.
A $300,000, three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice will enable Washington State University Spokane to enhance what it has to offer victims of domestic or dating violence or stalking.
If the high number of cases reported in Australia is any indication, the U.S. could be in for a rough flu season in the months ahead. Patterns in the southern hemisphere help lay the groundwork for predicting what could happen when the virus establishes itself in North America, and health experts recommend getting your flu shot as soon as possible.
Flu Shot Fridays began Sept. 29 in Pullman and enable students, faculty, staff and community members to get vaccinated at the Washington Building. It takes about two weeks for your body to develop the antibodies that will protect against the flu virus, so health experts advise getting vaccinated as early as possible.
By Terren Roloff, WSU Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. – A new health clinic that will be a training site for physicians and provide interdisciplinary opportunities for the region’s university students opened Aug. 1.