Trailblazer left everything – to be part of something. OCHI director Allison Myers reflects on the center’s success, including a mental health initiative, a food security project, COVID-19 outreach and receiving OPHA’s emerging leader award.
The outdoors is a multi-pronged form of medicine for mental and physical health, community building and conservation development. Unfortunately, not everyone can access it.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is one of three finalists for the Harrison C. Spencer Award.
Family researchers discuss how environmental health can affect a child’s development physically and emotionally.
The new Coast to Forest program aims to improve mental health and address substance use in rural communities by building on existing local partnerships.
After an outbreak of COVID-19 in Lincoln County hit Latino communities especially hard, it brought awareness to their disproportionate access to health resources, information and other community services. OSU Extension faculty jumped in to help.