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Health Care Students
How do we fill 2.4 million new jobs? Three students discuss one program’s impact on workforce – and community – development.

A tray of Holloween healthy treats
Here’s how to avoid the sugar rush for your little monsters – without skimping on the fun.

Two male students lifting weights
Recent research has found that behavioral norms often associated with masculinity or “being a man” can negatively affect the health of men and boys.

Student dancers in a dance studio
Lifestyle-medicine students share wellness tips with young and old as community health educators.

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U.S. life expectancy declines again, a dismal trend not seen since World War I.
Steve Wiseman’s zigzaggy path to nursing and service served him well in his deployment to south Texas as a member of the military’s new urban augmentation medical task force.
Victor Hernandez is among a new class of nurses who will take their degrees and dedication to the pandemic’s front lines.
Here’s how Tri-county Health Department, MSU Denver and Front Range Community College are joining forces to increase capacity – and compassion – in Coronavirus contact tracing and positive-case investigations.
Here's how MSU Denver's Chemistry department and beer industry program teamed up to make usre Auraria Campus facilities have plenty of hand sanitizer.
White people comprise 91% of registered dietitian Nurtitionists in Colorado. Here's how MSU Denver will use more than $5 Million Dollars in grants to diversify the pipeline into the critical field.
This Husband and Wife Doctor Duo met at MSU Denver, went to med school together, and now help their rural community realize whole-person wellness.
Prior to the Coronavirus, Americans were slow to adopt virtual health care. Now, they're clamoring for the services. Here's how the state and universities are responding to deliver digital medicine.
Along the road to addiction recovery, Kyle Johnson returned to school and discovered a true purpose.
As Covid-19 exacerbates the health worker shortage in Colorado, Universities adapt to keep the future workforce on track.

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