Faculty Brian Focht appeared in the media multiple times on his study about how exercise helps those recovering from cancer. Check out the many other EHE stories.
Irene Hatsu’s heart breaks a little as she talks about the homeless youth she’s working with in central Ohio. She is collecting data on the nutritional status of homeless youths in central Ohio.
EHE students Lauren Altenburger and Brad Cotten are winners of Ohio State’s most prestigious and rigorous graduate fellowship.
For those with intolerance to fructose, a registered dietitian can help determine foods what foods are OK to eat and those you should avoid.
2016 was a year filled with major accomplishments for Ohio State’s College of Education and Human Ecology. Take a look back at EHE’s most memorable moments.
The Pennsylvania Dutch tradition of pork and sauerkraut can be a perfectly healthful way to kick off the new year and symbolize progress for 2017.
There are many different types of ham. Your best bet is to always follow the preparation guidelines on the label. OSU Extension offers some advice to ensure your Christmas ham is safely prepared.
Holiday celebrations mean family, friends and food – plenty of sweet, rich, calorie-laden foods. But, fear not – you can still enjoy all the season’s festivities without overdoing it.