Campus Connections is currently recruiting mentors for the spring 2018 semester.
The CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies’ youth mentoring program, Campus Connections, has traveled internationally to New Zealand, where the University of Auckland has officially launched it in their community.
Eighty-six million Americans now have prediabetes — that’s 1 out of 3 adults. Of those 86 million, 9 out of 10 of them don’t even know they have it.
September is National Mushroom Month, a great time to learn about all things mushroom: their folklore, history, health benefits and, of course, nutrition.
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.
Enjoy this quick and easy recipe that is high in protein, nutritious, and most importantly delicious!
This fall students enrolled in SOWK 342: Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities will partner with Poudre Fire Authority educators and firefighters to install smoke alarms in Fort Collins mobile home parks.
Eating a rainbow of colorful plant foods, including colorful nightshades, is the best way to ensure your body is getting the spectrum of nutrients it needs for optimal health.
The time is ripe for tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and potatoes - nightshade foods that make summer dishes bright… but should you be concerned about nightshade’s so-called dark side?