“While previous studies have shown public smoking bans are associated with health benefits among adults, the new study finds bans may also have positive effects for infant and child health, including increases in birth weight and reductions in asthma attacks. Brandy Lipton, an assistant professor within the division of health management and policy in SDSU’s Graduate […]
The Aztec Adaptive Sports Showcase is a free event, open to everyone. The Showcase starts at 7:00 PM on Friday, January 26th, at the SDSU Student Union Courtyard, with a performance by the Rollettes, a wheelchair dance team, and a screening of the award-winning documentary, “The Rebound.” The screening will be hosted by California-native and […]
Three students from our first cohort (class of 2015) of the SDSU Doctor of Physical Therapy program, Julianne Stewart, Gail Bachman, and Clarissa Cooper, published work from their doctoral project entitled “Circadian dysfunction and ﬂuctuations in gait initiation impairment in Parkinson’s disease” in the journal Experimental Brain Research. Congratulations!
We are excited to announce that Students 4 Public Health (S4PH), one of our student organizations in the Graduate School of Public Health, earned the Most Money Raised Award during the 2017-18 academic year for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraising campaign. Congratulations, S4PH!
CHHS College Council wins Aztecs Rock Hunger for the 5th year in a row by donating over 13,000 pounds of food for the campus wide campaign. Altogether, the campus brought in 588,915 pounds of food. Since 2010, the Aztecs Rock Hunger food drive has donated 1.57 million pounds of food or the monetary equivalent to […]