Feature Stories

College celebrates 10 years of healthy aging research

The CPHHS and its Center for Healthy Aging Research celebrated the center’s 10th anniversary April 1 with a number of high-profile guests, including Don and Jo Anne Petersen and Rep. Peter DeFazio.

Inside the mind of researcher Perry Hystad

"A large portion of my research uses spatial exposure assessment methods to determine the health effects associated with exposure to air pollution, ranging from adverse birth outcomes to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases to cancers," says Assistant Professor Perry Hystad.

Globetrotting journalist and doctor shares his view from both sides of the camera

Words matter. That’s the message pediatrician, journalist and public health advocate Dr. Richard Besser shared during a public lecture and private audience with College of Public Health and Human Sciences students in April.

Video: Get fit at work through Faculty Staff Fitness

In a fun, convenient and welcoming environment, Faculty Staff Fitness caters to your busy schedule to ensure fitting in a daily workout is a breeze.

A daughter’s love ensures mother’s can-do spirit lives on

Future OSU Nutrition students will carry forward Home Economics alumna Elsie Crail Richardson's legacy thanks to the endowed fund her daughter has created in her honor.

2015 Oregon Parenting Educators Conference set for May 11

The 2015 Oregon Parenting Educators’ Conference, held 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday, May 11, at LaSells Stewart Center, will offer professionals who work with children and families the opportunity to advance their skills and network with fellow parenting leaders through a comprehensive event including more than 30 workshops and a keynote address by New York Times best-selling author and parenting expert Tina Payne Bryson, PhD.

Exposure to traffic-related air pollution and the risk of developing breast cancer among women in eig
Exposure to traffic-related air pollution and the risk of developing breast cancer among women in eight Canadian provinces: a case-control study.
Greener neighborhoods lead to better birth outcomes, new research shows
Mothers who live in neighborhoods with plenty of grass, trees or other green vegetation are more likely to deliver at full term and their babies are born at higher weights
Color Yourself Active | Recreational Sports | Oregon State University

What are your physical activity preferences? Knowing and understanding your individual preferences can bring you one step closer to maintaining a regular physical activity routine.

London Summer Abroad | Study Abroad | College of Public Health and Human Sciences | Oregon State University

Join us in summer 2015 to study global health in one of the most renown cities in the world.