Recent and relevant research has looked at the benefits of Tai Chi for aging individuals.
A group of Colorado State University employees recently participated in a study to test asymptomatic essential CSU staff who worked on campus for more than 20 hours a week during the Colorado “stay-at-home” and “safer-at-home” orders.
Colorado and the west coast have faced devastating fires this year. With many questions and few clear answers, we will try to break down recommendations and guidelines regarding exercising in areas where there is wildfire smoke in the air.
The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging is hosting a virtual panel discussion at noon on Friday, Oct. 16, to answer community questions about how young people can live longer, healthier lives.
Find yourself getting stuck for hours at your desk? Here are a few desk exercises and stretches, and when/how to do them to help break up your day.
The Homecoming 5K, one of CSU's great traditions, is taking a nontraditional approach to its 40th running.
Aly Cavalier, a doctoral student in the Colorado State University Department of Health and Exercise Science, recently received a major support for her research career in the form of a $20,000 Dean’s Fellowship from the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences.
Physical activity is an important health habit that many can take part in and joy from. If you feel like you're struggling to get into the groove of your new routine, here are a few thoughts and tips as to why exercise is still important, and how to take part when you can.
The College of Health and Human Sciences stands ready to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere, thanks in part to the generosity of 9,934 donors who gave more than $82 million during the State Your Purpose Campaign for Colorado State University.