A child's poor decision-making skills can predict later behavior problems, research shows

Children who show poor decision-making skills may be more likely to experience difficulties that have the potential to lead to high-risk health behavior in their teen years.

Oregon Hatchery Research Center to host open house, festival

The Oregon Hatchery Research Center will hold its annual Fall Creek Festival on Saturday, Nov. 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Corvallis Science Pub focuses on Buddhism and science

At the Oct. 13 Corvallis Science Pub, Dee Denver, an associate professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at Oregon State University, will explore the intersection of these two traditions.

OSU researcher receives NIH award

Perry Hystad, an assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, is one of 17 winners of the NIH’s 2014 Early Independence Award.

Aspen recovering as wildlife populations shift in Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park is undergoing dramatic shifts with consequences that are beginning to return the landscape to conditions not seen in nearly a century, according to a series of new studies.

Childhood asthma linked to lack of ventilation for gas stoves, OSU study shows

A new Oregon State University study shows an association between gas kitchen stove ventilation and asthma, asthma symptoms and chronic bronchitis.

Children with autism are more sedentary than their peers, new OSU study shows

A small study of 29 children, some with autism and some without, showed that children with autism spend 70 minutes more each day sitting than their peers.

Lack of facial expression leads to perceptions of unhappiness, new OSU research shows

People with facial paralysis are perceived as being less happy simply because they can’t communicate in the universal language of facial expression, new OSU research shows.

Even small stressors may be harmful to men's health, new OSU research shows

Older men who lead high-stress lives are likely to die earlier than the average for their peers, new research from Oregon State University shows.

Greener neighborhoods lead to better birth outcomes, new research shows

Mothers who live in greener neighborhoods are more likely to deliver at full term and their babies are born at higher weights, a new study shows.

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