Family and consumer science major discovers her desired style of teaching through youth adventure camp.
Daily Archives: August 5, 2022
Health and Exercise Science major Ariana Bagley has spent her summer at Youth Sport Camps, gaining valuable experience and teaching a healthy lifestyle to local youth.
Researchers Charlene Van Buiten and Jeffrey Miller propose a palatable balance between jargon-filled scientific literature and trendy marketing ploys in their new book, Superfoods: Cultural and Scientific Perspectives.
The lack of research on intermittent fasting raises questions regarding its effectiveness and lasting impact.
Through a new partnership with a two-year-old Golden Retriever, HABIC volunteer Michael Beck-Gifford continues to fuel a passion for working in animal-assisted therapy (AAT) settings and making a difference in the lives of children and families in Fort Collins.
When a service dog dies or retires, the loss has a huge impact on handlers who often rely on their dogs to live independently. CSU researchers explored how to support handlers prior to their loss and afterwards as they navigate the grieving process and transition to the next phase of their lives.