Flu season affects students’ productivity

Mobile, Science & Tech

In an effort to stifle what is purported to be another devastating flu season, Weber State University’s Student Health Center is offering free flu shots to its student body. Weber […]

Science Weekly: Links between brain structure and ADHD found

Science Weekly

A study published in “The Lancet Psychiatry” has linked attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with brain development delays. This is the largest study surrounding ADHD to date, with over 3,200 subjects […]

Science Weekly: Mary’s little lamb used in blood vessel testing

Science Weekly

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are roughly 40,000 infants born each year with a congenital heart defect. Most infants born with this type of defect […]

Former surgeon general talks microbiology at WSU

Academics, Business/Careers, Clubs/Organizations, Health, News, Science & Tech

A doctor who served as director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and U.S. Surgeon General shared his life experiences and offered Weber State University students advice […]

Foodborne illness serious enough to report

Food, Health

Foodborne illness is often an overlooked area of public health. In 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported over 13,000 cases resulting in 16 deaths. This may […]

Cannabis: Dispelling the myth

Columns, Opinion, Orientation

In the late ‘30s and early ‘40s, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics launched a public service campaign with bills reading, “Beware! Young and Old—people in All Walks of Life! This […]