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The rehab counseling program at graduation
Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
A map that shows where food isn
Is Southeastern San Diego's "Food Desert" a Mirage?
SDSU geographers analyzed the food landscape of Southeastern San Diego and found reasons for optimism.
A child holds an inhaler
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. Photo: Courtesy of the Popcorn Board.
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.
FearlesslyFitt creators, Jessie Arnold and Andrea Nunez-Smith, show their fit skills at the end of a hike on Potato Chip Rock.
@FearlesslyFitt
Jessie Arnold and Andrea Nunez-Smith are experts in nutrition, fitness and Instagram.
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An Apple a Day
San Diego health advocates team up to create healthy eating incentives for low-income families.
Student wearing a a headband brainwave recorder.
The Future of Medicine in the Palm of Your Hand
In the running for a $10 million prize, SDSU's X-Team debuts a prototype of a futuristic diagnostic device.
Brazilian President Lula da Silva with crowd of people
Stars Offer Incentive to Quit
SDSU research finds people are more likely to want to quit smoking when celebrities with cancer make headlines.
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