As people have turned to hobbies like reading and outdoor recreation to fill their days during the COVID-19 pandemic, recent research from Oregon State University found that engagement in leisure activities can help lower the risk of depression and improve mental well-being.
In discovering her major, human development and family sciences student Jeanette Chen discovered herself.
Meet Tiara Walz, an active-duty major with the United States Army and a graduate student studying health policy in OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
As students return to in-person learning, parents and educators face many unanswered questions. CPHHS researchers discussed the challenges students may face in a recent webcast.
CPHHS faculty, students and alumni addressed how COVID-19 has made isolation and health disparities even worse for Latinx communities
The new Coast to Forest program aims to improve mental health and address substance use in rural communities by building on existing local partnerships.