Keep your kids moving this summer at CSU's Youth Sport Camps!
Faculty and staff can attend the keynote address of this March 1 event for a discounted rate.
In honor of American Heart Health Month, learn more about the signs, symptoms, and risk factors of heart disease.
During this month of love, it's important to remember to practice love for yourself as well as others.
People express and receive love in a variety of ways, and tend to have a primary and secondary love language and often give love in the way they prefer to receive love. By asking a few questions and making some observations, it is possible to figure out your own and another person’s love language.
For an indulgent Valentine's Day treat that is also (sort of) good for you, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center recommends this delicious dessert that includes both chocolate and antioxidant-rich berries.
If you're looking to save a few calories on game day this weekend, try this healthier version of spinach and artichoke dip!
It is sometimes said that sugar is "toxic" or "addictive," and it is often blamed as the sole culprit in obesity and diabetes. While it is true that sugary foods can stimulate the same part of the brain responsible for pleasure and reward, as do many illicit substances, there are reasons other than addiction that eating could be linked with the reward area of the brain.