The Homecoming 5K is back on campus for 2018.
A CSU researcher is taking a closer look at a chemical that seems to be critical to the dilation of blood vessels and oxygen delivery in the body — and it could prove to be a game-changer for older adults, diabetics and others with circulation problems.
A program designed by a Colorado State University professor and master’s student to promote physical activity and its positive health effects for cancer survivors recently moved to campus from a local health club.
The Movement Neuroscience and Rehabilitation Laboratory at CSU is seeking healthy adult volunteers between the ages of 65 and 90 for a study focused on understanding how simultaneous hand movements control overall hand functions like driving or buttoning a shirt.
Malachi Haynes is a top participant in the annual Youth of the Year program, Boys & Girls Clubs’ premier recognition and leadership development program for Club members. And, he’s a CSU freshman.
Heather Leach, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, received a $718,000 grant from the American Cancer Society.
The Youth Sports Camps, run through Colorado State University’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, aim to show kids just how fun an active lifestyle can be.
That which benefits the mind also benefits the body. Practicing gratitude on a daily basis leads to mental health, as well as physical health. Here are three steps to growing your gratitude.
Health and exercise science student Austin Schwartz has always been excited about exercise and rehabilitation, and his interest in pursuing physical therapy ignited when he started shadowing physical therapists while still in high school.