Noodles, a 7-year-old dachshund-schnauzer mix, can walk and even give chase to the occasional squirrel or cat. That was all in question when he arrived at WSU with an injury that had left him paralyzed.
Kenyan patients who spend more than three days in the nation’s hospitals are more likely to harbor a form of bacteria resistant to one of the most widely used antibiotic classes, according to a WSU-led study.
Years into sobriety, seemingly innocent stimuli — like songs, smells or specific visuals — can trigger memories of earlier drug use and an intense craving that can cause even a long-recovered addict to relapse.
For nearly two decades the three‑semester Veterinary Teaching Hospital Undergraduate Internship has provided pre‑vet undergraduates a glimpse into veterinary general and specialty services for small, large, and exotic animals.