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The WSU College of Nursing is conducting a study on breastfeeding relationships, and researchers need to hear from more moms who are breastfeeding healthy newborns. Some could win in a drawing for a gift card.
Studies are showing that states that allow legal adult-use of cannabis, binge drinking of alcohol is decreasing.
A new study says that while autonomous vehicle technology has great promise to reduce crashes, it may not be able to prevent all mishaps caused by human error.
Washington will spend $50,000 to study possible biases in the Washington State Patrol after an investigation found troopers search people of color, particularly Native Americans, at much higher rates than white drivers.
On Saturday morning, at least three WSU students in Italy received an email urging them to return to the United States. “The Department of State warning level indicates a level of risk that is beyond what Washington State University is willing to accept,” it said.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death during pregnancy and the postpartum period, and U.S. health experts are working to better understand why so many moms are dying. But many women might be unaware of their heart risks while pregnant – and the importance of taking steps to improve heart health is becoming clearer in light of a new study.
Due to the spread of COVID-19, Gonzaga University students studying abroad in Italy will return to the United States. Instead of returning to campus, students will go to homes. The university will suspend the Florence program for the entirety of the spring 2020 semester.
Previously under Gonzaga University, a study abroad in Cagli, Italy, will reboot this summer as an independent program. The longtime Cagli cultural-communication immersion program is now open to any adult – for college credit or not – in a relaunched first session June 15-July 9.
If you’re blowing out 40 candles this year, know that things are going to get better. That’s according to a new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research that suggests the relationship between happiness and age can be expressed by a U-shaped curve, with the least-happy period falling during midlife.
Amy Nabors Biviano considers herself fortunate.
Study finds about three times more people at risk of climate-triggered flooding than previously thought
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers takes another jab at a study of the Snake River dams supported by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Employed adolescents are more likely to use marijuana than those who don’t work, according to a study recently published in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
Riverside High School sophomore Makenzie Jones is getting ready for an all expenses paid six-week trip to Spain this summer after being named one of 15 Washington World Fellows Scholars in the state.
Among the creative and maddening reasons kids come up with for not studying, one familiar reason might be worth addressing: They don’t know how.
Washington State University is conducting a study on experiences, perceptions, and views about cannabis purchases from pregnant women.
The latest evidence unequivocally denying any link between autism and the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella – a two-dose course that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says is 97 percent effective – came Monday in a paper published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Idaho Fish and Game officials are deploying elk tracking collars this week as part of the annual elk survival study.
Many parents already worry about the chemicals in the personal care products that their kids use but now a new study takes that fear to the next level: the exposure starts even before a child is born.
Idaho’s latest study on the Lewiston Plateau deep aquifer is providing insight into where development may be sustainable, and where it may not be.