Some research has shown that ultra-fit athletes such as marathon runners can have cardiac damage such as heart scarring or arrhythmia, raising the question of whether too much aerobic exercise can be a bad thing.
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A new study by Colorado State University researchers has demonstrated that for people with chronic mental health conditions, sometimes simple changes to daily routines can significantly improve their quality of life.
Ever wonder whether foods listed on restaurant menus as “healthy,” “organic,” or “low-fat” are actually nutritionally better than other menu items?
While COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on many sectors of society, the leaders of a therapy center at Colorado State University say the move to serving clients remotely last year has had some benefits that will be long-lasting.
Many studies have been done on how to improve or maintain cognitive ability in aging adults, and now a Colorado State University researcher is exploring a novel way to accurately measure changes in cognition within that population.
“Thank you to my parents for giving me this opportunity and sacrificing all they knew to come to the U.S. for me. They went out of their way to make sure I had a bright future.”
AC Golden, a brewery in the Molson Coors Beverage Company’s craft beer division Tenth & Blake, has created a Brewing Change Scholarship Fund at Colorado State University to boost diversity in the brewing industry.
For people experiencing homelessness, having a pet can provide valuable companionship, mental health benefits, security and opportunities for responsibility and self-redemption.
A team from Colorado State University that includes occupational therapy and mechanical engineering students is transforming the backyard of a 5-year-old Fort Collins girl who has a rare genetic disorder.
Barley is one of the basic ingredients in beer, but before brewing can begin, the barley must be malted – a process that starts by triggering the growth of barley seeds.