OSU seeks participants for new health promotion program

The program is aimed at people ages 18 and older who have limited mobility and is part of a research project on how physical activity of people with a mobility disability.

OSU Ballroom Dance Company to perform showcase in Corvallis

The May 30 and 31 performances at Corvallis High School will feature two pieces with country western flair.

Study: Targeted funding can help address inequities in early child care programs

The quality of early child care and education programs is influenced both by funding and by the characteristics of the communities in which the programs operate.

Changes in processing, handling could reduce commercial fishing injuries, research shows

Handling frozen fish caused nearly half of all injuries aboard commercial freezer-trawlers and about a quarter of the injuries on freezer-longliner vessels operating off the coast of Alaska, new research from Oregon State University shows.

Mistrust, discrimination influence Latino health care satisfaction

Mistrust of the medical community and perceived discrimination by health care providers can affect young Latinos' satisfaction with their health care and could influence health outcomes, affect participation in health care programs and more, researchers say.

Behavior problems in preschool and child care centers may be an issue of genes

A new study suggests that some children may be genetically predisposed to developing behavioral problems in child care and preschool settings.

OSU receives $1.25 million CDC grant to study Medicaid expansion in Oregon

Oregon State University and the Oregon Health Authority have received $1.25 million from the Centers for Disease Control to study the health impact of opening the Oregon Health Plan to more people.

Bob Moore to give talk, free cooking demonstration, on Oct. 9

Bob Moore, founding CEO of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, will give a free, public talk and a cooking demonstration at Oregon State University on Wednesday, Oct. 9.

Traber honored for research on vitamin E

Maret Traber, a professor in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University, and principal investigator in the Linus Pauling Institute, has received an international honor for her work on vitamin E.

ACL injuries may be prevented by different landing strategy

Marc Norcross documents how women who were asked to undergo a series of jumping exercises landed more often than men in a way associated with elevated risk of ACL injuries.

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