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Participants sought for teen diabetes study

A research study at Colorado State University seeks girls ages 12-17 who have a family member with type 2 diabetes.

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Project helps expectant parents transition

The Emotional Attachment Lab at Colorado State University is looking for participants for its latest research project: Love Now, Success Later. In the project, researchers will be examining the effectiveness of a workshop series that teaches mindfulness and emotional availability skills

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Summer Youth Sport Camps add golf, registration open

The Colorado State University Youth Sports Camps program has added golf to the list of activities offered summer of 2015. The Youth Sports Camps, which started in 1970, feature 13 different summer camp programs, and registration is now open.

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Tips for rekindling your romance on Valentine’s Day

Written by Amy Quinn and CK Kemp As we draw closer to Valentine’s Day, couples often evaluate the passion in their relationships. We all lead busy lives and passion can sometimes fall to the wayside. Here are some ideas for

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Hold each other tight at CSU couples workshop

This Valentine’s Day, CSU is offering an alternative to the usual rituals of dinner, cards and gifts. It’s an opportunity to shake up the routine and learn about a new framework for understanding love and conflict.

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Construction management students shine again in competition

CSU’s construction management students had another good showing at a regional competition held this month in Nevada.

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For Valentine’s Day, combine exercise and romance

In honor of February being American Heart Month and also Valentine’s Day, the Adult Fitness Program at Colorado State University offers some workout ideas that are not only good for your heart, but also for exercising your romance.

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CSU cooking program for kids gains high praise

A Colorado State University program that teaches elementary school kids how to cook – and eat healthier in the process – has received glowing marks from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Campus Corps lands grant to evaluate youth mentoring model

Story by Chance Johnson CSU’s Campus Corps youth mentoring program has received nearly $600,000 in funding from the William T. Grant Foundation to study the effectiveness of its distinctive approach to improving the lives of at-risk youth. Shelley Haddock, associate

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New instructor cooks up student success at Aspen Grille

The student-run Aspen Grille opens for the semester on Tuesday, Feb. 10, and a new face will be serving up the cooking lessons. The Aspen Grille, a hidden gem located in the Lory Student Center, offers upscale, high-quality meals at

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