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Making Schools Healthier Places
The SDSU SPARK programs have reached more than 4 million students and trained 100,000 teachers.
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Cellular Self-Destruction
A new study finds that humans and corals share a key biomechanical pathway that tells cells when to die.
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Sounds for Sore Ears
SDSU's audiology program is the only professional doctoral program of its kind in California.
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SDSU Students Sweep Social Innovation Prizes
Three teams won $22,500 in investor funding at the 2014 Social Innovation Challenge.
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Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
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Is Southeastern San Diego's "Food Desert" a Mirage?
SDSU geographers analyzed the food landscape of Southeastern San Diego and found reasons for optimism.
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Improving Asthma Care for Latino Youth
A $4 million federal grant will help researchers understand the specific asthma needs of families in California's Imperial Valley.
A male doctor helps a young female patient
Understanding Hispanic/Latino Health
A SDSU professor leads the most comprehensive study ever conducted on Hispanic and Latino health.
The molecule diacetyl is what makes microwave popcorn taste buttery.
Is A "Buttery" Molecule Behind Cystic Fibrosis Flare-ups?
Katrine Whiteson and colleagues identified a lung-damaging molecule in higher concentrations in cystic fibrosis patients during symptom flare-ups.
Health and Wealth Connected?
By studying Google search data, researchers discovered Americans had more health concerns during the recession.
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