Food can help you manage stress! And no, not just comfort food. Follow these tips and eat these stress-busting foods for a healthier, less stressful month!
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Hosted by the Department of Health and Exercise Science, the Youth Sport Camps are all about movement that promotes exercise, health, comradery, and fun for kids in the Northern Colorado community.
A diet soda every once in a while is harmless enough, but how much is too much? Read more to learn the low-down on diet drinks.
Inspired to build better futures, construction management student Vanna Hosanny spent her summer with PCL Construction in Breckenridge, Colorado.
These Spring 2019 graduates exemplify endurance, overcoming obstacles, and excellence, making them outstanding.
Outstanding first-generation grad Kali LeMaster had a long journey to graduation but accomplished great feats due to her perseverance and passion for nutrition.
Outstanding first-generation grad, Giovonni Carter, defies the odds as he pursues completes his degree in design and merchandising.
A colorful plate is a healthy plate. Learn about the vibrant colors you can place on your plate this spring thanks to seasonal produce.
The annual CSU Fashion Show, “Xposure” presented by the Department of Design and Merchandising featured the innovative designs of 19 graduating apparel design students and 24 junior draping design students. Four awards were distributed, learn more about the awardees.
Oils and fats are essential to cooking, but which oils are best for the meal you are preparing? These tips, courtesy of the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, will help you understand the various types of fats and oils.