What you don't see in the pictures: the messy parts of motherhood
We all know I take a lot of pictures and videos of Adele. I mean, A LOT. Let's face it, she's cute and adorable and beautiful and entertaini
Global Health minor students prepare for fieldwork in Senegal | Penn Sta...
Global Health minor students prepare for their fieldwork in Senegal by speaking with a health care professional in Senegal, who is passing a
New scholarship named in honor of Schreyer Honors College Dean Christian...
To acknowledge the exemplary leadership of the Dean of the Schreyer Honors College, its External Advisory Board members named a scholarship
Jumping at the opportunity to make a difference | Penn State University
Led by kinesiology professor Melissa Bopp, kinesiology students attended National Health Through Fitness Day in Washington, D.C. last month
Pattishall Research Lecture to address bedtime and nighttime parenting |...
Douglas M. Teti, head of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, will present the 2016 Pattishall Research Lecture. His lect
Green tea and iron, bad combination | Penn State University
Green tea is touted for its many health benefits as a powerful antioxidant, but experiments in a laboratory mouse model of inflammatory bowe
Kinesiology professor authors book on role of race in collegiate athlete...
Jaime Schultz, associate professor of kinesiology at Penn State, examines the stories of three African-American football players in "Moments
College of Health and Human Development names Devon Fisk student marshal...
Devon Fisk, a Biobehavioral Health major, will serve as the college marshal for the College of Health and Human Development at Penn State’s
Drink your vegetables: Center shows kids it can be easy and tasty to be ...
The Green Smoothie Test is an outreach program of the center, in Penn State’s College of Health and Human Development, in which staff member
‘Volumetrics’ author to be honored for research in ingestive behavior | ...
The Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior will honor Barbara Rolls at its annual meeting in July in Denver. Rolls will receive the Hoe
Workplace intervention improves sleep of employees' children | Penn Stat...
A workplace intervention designed to reduce employees' work-family conflict and increase schedule flexibility also has a positive influence
Ten College of Health and Human Development students named marshals | Pe...
Ten students will represent the College of Health and Human Development as student marshals during at the May 9, 2015, commencement ceremony
Improving work conditions increases parents' time with their children | ...
A workplace intervention designed to reduce work-family conflict gave employed parents more time with their children without reducing their
Kinesiology professor receives honorable mention for recent book | Penn ...
Jaime Schultz, assistant professor of kinesiology, received an honorable mention PROSE Award from the Professional and Scholarly Publishing
Off the field: Chinese delegation gets glimpse into football players’ tr...
On Oct. 22, Dwight Galt addressed the training regimen of Penn State football players at the strength and conditioning facility in the Lois
Kinesiology, physiology professor presents study on female athletes | Pe...
Mary Jane De Souza, professor of kinesiology and physiology, presented “Understanding the Clinical Sequelae of the Female Athlete Triad,” as