Teaming up with a CPHHS professor, Mikayla Pivec, ’20 created Selfless Servings to deliver meals to Oregon’s frontline workers throughout the pandemic.
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.
For more than nine years, colleagues Emily Ho and Siew Sun Wong have long supported each other’s success, which will continue as they both take on new roles at Oregon State.
As the childhood obesity epidemic continues to rise in the United States, lives are put at risk as health problems become more common in children that were once only seen in adults. Researchers in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences are working to reverse this trend. Continue reading for tips on how to prevent/reverse childhood obesity.
“The goal is for active teens to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent unhealthy weight gain, especially as they transition into adulthood,” Siew Sun says.
The importance of collaboration was a key theme at the Oregon State WAVE~Ripples for Change open house held May 23. Project directors say this grant incorporates a unique, holistic approach that includes Extension and expertise across campus.