Liver damage caused by the typical “Western diet” – one high in fat, sugar and cholesterol – may be difficult to reverse even if diet is generally improved.
The major earthquake last year in Nepal, similar to the one that lies in the future of the Pacific Northwest, also caused tens of thousands of landslides.
A more interactive form of pharmacist counseling has the potential to help patients better understand their use of prescription drugs.
OSU research is tracing aging to its biochemical roots, and scientists believe they may identify ways to slow the process down.
OSU engineers are working toward a new type of tooth filling using "bioactive glass" that may help them last longer and resist decay.
An analysis of the death of seven harbor seals raises new evidence of emerging marine pathogens and the need to track them better.
Juvenile chinook salmon have to eat more when the Pacific Ocean is warm, but they are smaller and thinner than salmon the same age during cold-water years.
The OSU-based Oregon Sea Grant program is awarding $1.7 million in competitive, federally funded research grants for 2016-18.
A group of 72 leading climate change scientists have written a letter to major United States presidential candidates urging strong American leadership on clean energy.
The Willamette River basin should have enough water for people in the year 2100, but conditions may not be so good for cold-water native fish.
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