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Chocolate Might Keep Doctor Away
SDSU research finds a daily dose of dark chocolate may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by improving glucose levels and lipid profiles.
Impatint Woman
Pregnancy Guide for Impatient Women
SDSU researcher Jean Twenge delivers a guide for hopeful moms that uncovers misconceptions about getting pregnant.
Reducing Cancer Health Disparities in Diverse Communities
Targeting Cancer
The SDSU/UCSD Cancer Center Comprehensive Partnership has taken aim at cancer health disparities in diverse communities.
Mark Sussman, chief research scientist, SDSU Heart Institute
Heal Thyself
SDSU researcher uses cardiac stem cells to repair "broken hearts."
A student participates in last year
Public Health Students Kick Butts Off Campus
A cigarette butt clean-up on April 21 is part of a larger effort to make SDSU campus smoke-free.
SDSU Pyschology Professor Ed Riley
NIH Tabs SDSU Expert for Lecture
Ed Riley will discuss his nationally-recognized research on fetal alcohol syndrome.
Quest for the Best 2012
Top students thank faculty and staff who contributed to their success.
Louise Gresham
Networks Against Disease
Louise Gresham explores how cross-border cooperation can help counter spread of infectious disease.
Robert Kaplan, associate director for behavioral and social sciences research at the National Institutes of Health
Science Lecture Series Kicks Off
NIH associate director Robert Kaplan to discuss wireless technology in biomedical research on April 13.
Wayne Beach
SDSU Prof Receives $1.6 Million Grant
Wayne Beach received the grant for health communication research.
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