Richard “Gay” Israel would have been proud.
A CSU pilot program designed to get older adults exercising more has turned a few years of seed money into a $2.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Massage could increase the regrowth of muscle tissue after an injury — even when applied to the opposite, uninjured limb — according to researchers from Colorado State University and the University of Kentucky.
When it comes to exercise there is no one size fits all approach. So how do you know what’s right for you?
Brett Fling, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science, has received funding to investigate how the brain connects to the body in individuals with MS.
Two aging and cancer research experts are speaking on how our pets can help us learn strategies for healthy aging in humans.
CSU is hosting a free public forum next month for scientists interested in the aging process to discuss their latest findings.
The 37th Homecoming 5K is changing course but maintaining its status as one of the area's top races.
Sarah Ash, a junior studying health and exercise science, was able to travel to Dublin, Ireland, for an internship this summer. Learn more about Ash and her internship.
It might be easy for us to think about and list the benefits of exercise. There’s the increased energy, better outlook, blood pressure regulation, maintaining or decreasing body weight, among others.