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CSU grad students: Lettuce start eating more leafy greens

It’s not easy to make kale and chard sexy, but two Colorado State University graduate students have found clever ways to get everyone to eat more leafy greens in 2017.

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HABIC-forming: Dog-assisted therapy program has enduring impact

The first time Georgia Granger was struck by the powerful effect that animals can have on people was more than 40 years ago, when she was feeling sad.

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Exploring intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting continues to be a trendy topic, promoted by numerous books as the ultimate path to healing and weight loss. It may be more harmful than you realize.

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10 ways to connect with your partner daily

Couples can live together yet realize they hardly know what’s going on each other’s lives. Partners can see each other often through the day, yet at the end of the day, realize they haven’t made time for an adult conversation. Here are 10 ways to connect with your partner daily.

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Education student finds her passion pursuing school counseling degree

After producing videos for National Geographic, Meg Mealy realized her true calling was in school counseling.

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Can marijuana treat MS symptoms? It’s hard for researchers to find out

Clinical trials – where patients are given cannabis – are difficult to do because of how the substance is regulated at the federal level.

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Service-learning course to work with youth in Baja California Sur

Colorado State University students are invited to enroll in a new 3-credit service learning program at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico during the first two weeks of summer break 2017.

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Crunchy sweet greek yogurt

Greek yogurt is high in protein and a great source of calcium. Flavored yogurt is high in added sugar, though, so try this natural way to sweeten it with an added crunch!

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What’s new in fitness in 2017

Where will fitness, health, and overall wellness go in 2017? Here are a few of the areas expected to grow in the health industry in the coming year.

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Karen Kaminski honored for excellence in online education

In recognition for her dedication to online students and adept course facilitation style, Dr. Karen Kaminski of Colorado State University’s School of Education was recently honored with a CSU Online Innovative Educator (OLIE) Award.

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