• ASU College of Health Solutions - Real World Solutions

    Real world solutions

    Real solutions for health and health care issues drive
    excellence in the College of Health Solutions.

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    Driving research

    The College of Health Solutions works together to develop
    research that will make a difference in people’s lives.

  • ASU College of Health Solutions - Effective Experiential Teaching

    Hands-on learning

    Effective experiential teaching gives our
    students the best learning experience.

  • ASU College of Health Solutions Degree Programs

    Experienced faculty

    The experienced faculty of the College of Health Solutions
    help students to be the best in their chosen field.

Welcome to the College of Health Solutions

At the pulse of health, the College of Health Solutions is working to shift society's focus from health care to health. We give our students the knowledge and skills to innovate and create ways to improve health outcomes for individuals and populations.

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Change everything, all at once

Chris Wharton sees the world very differently than you or me. The associate professor of nutrition and interim director for the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion , sees many of the behaviors we consider normal — driving to and from work, relaxing in front of a screen at night, and carrying credit card debt — as decidedly abnormal. Even...

Healthy Devils: Get your greens with pesto

Now that Mardi Gras has passed and the last of the Valentine’s Day chocolates have been polished off, it’s time to get back on the wagon with those New Year’s resolutions. But eating healthier doesn’t mean you have to resign yourself to a life devoid of taste, said ASU Clinical Professor of nutrition Christina Shepard. One of her favorite ways...

What do Olympians eat?

The most-decorated Olympian of all time made headlines in 2008 for something other than his athletic prowess — or, ahem, lung capacity — when some outlets alleged Michael Phelps, the U.S. competitive swimmer, maintained a diet of 12,000 calories a day. Those reports turned out to be bogus, but it didn’t stop the public from wondering: Just what do Olympians...