With students preparing for the start of classes, updated classroom protocols in Washington will no longer require high-risk individuals to be notified of direct exposure to COVID-19
Device developed by UI engineering faculty and students shows potential to help people recover from strokes or other neurological conditions
On Sunday, Kyle Clary, 20, celebrated his one year “survive-a-versary” since a traumatic brain injury reshaped his and his family’s life. On July 3 of last year, the then-19-year-old went swimming in the Snake River with friends and slipped on some rocks, hitting his head. When Kyle was rus…
Former staff at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center say the change to corporate ownership in 2017 led to the elimination of services that benefit the community, but don’t make enough money.
The Latah Recovery Center officially closed on a property in northeast Moscow that will serve as the city’s first “Oxford house” — a type of sober group living
Local health experts say the additional coronavirus booster shot approved Tuesday by the FDA for older and immunocompromised individuals could be worth getting for those concerned they may be at a higher risk for serious illness if they catch COVID-19.
Wastewater testing at the University of Idaho, along with partners at Boise State, Idaho State and Lewis-Clark State, is helping to pave the way for a new method of tracking and predicting spikes in COVID-19 cases at a community level.