Military veterans exposed to combat were more likely to exhibit signs of depression and anxiety in later life than veterans who had not seen combat.
An R03 application that Marit Bovbjerg submitted (“Home birth in the U.S.: Data-driven safety improvements,” with Melissa Cheyney, OSU anthropology) was recently funded by NICHD. This award […]
The Honors College at OSU-Cascades was made for students like Casey Collier ’19. Sharing is caring :-)TweetPrintEmailMoreShare on Tumblr
The highly collaborative manuscript “Real world tracking of modified ride-on car usage of young children with disabilities” was accepted for publication in the Journal of Motor […]
Led by Professor Karen Hooker, the article “Effects of age discrimination on self-perceptions of aging and cancer risk behaviors,” was just published in The Gerontologist, including as […]
The relative risk of a recurrence of cancer is reduced by 60% in dogs whose tumors are completely removed, a new analysis by Oregon State […]
Family Impact Seminars are one way the College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS) is living out Oregon State University’s land grant mission.
“The seminars […]