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Community art exhibit celebrates the world of food

September 15, 2015

Arizona State University has launched its Action, Advocacy, Arts Fall 2015 exhibit, transforming halls and spaces on the Downtown Phoenix campus into hubs of conversation and social and cultural engagement.

New book outlines a road map to better U.S. health

September 8, 2015

The United States is far from the healthiest nation. To improve the health of its citizens, a new book by ASU and Mayo Clinic health experts recommends a new frame of mind when it comes to health behaviors, especially in regard to diet and exercise.

DBH Strengthens Ties with Collaborative Family Health Association

June 30, 2015

The Doctor of Behavioral Health program has strengthened ties with the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA). CFHA is the leading organization for integrated healthcare in the United States.

Dr. Kessler and Dr. Macchi sign publishing contract

June 30, 2015

Dr. Rodger Kessler and Dr. C.R. Macchi signed a contract with Springer Publishing as editors of a training manual for integrated care trainers: TRAINING IN INTEGRATED CARE: SKILLS FOR THE NEW HEALTHCARE. Chapter contributors will consist of the DBH Program faculty. Click title to read full story.

Dr. Ron O'Donnell is lead editor for special edition journal

June 25, 2015

Doctor Ron O’Donnell is lead editor for special edition of the international journal Family Medicine and Community Health - West meets east: Chinese and US doctors addressing the medical ecology and disease management from both countries’ perspectives.

Chapter 2: More ASU summer reading recommendations

June 23, 2015

A good book can make the long, hot days of summer more bearable. We present a second round of summer reading recommendations from faculty and staff around ASU, exploring history, health, law and making the world better.

Free 'King's Speech' screening part of Better Hearing and Speech Month at ASU

April 30, 2015

Four-time Oscar winner "The King's Speech" introduced audiences to the speech struggles of King George VI of England. A free screening of the film May 12 is a fitting choice to mark Better Hearing and Speech Month in May.

ASU audiology students mend hearing, change lives in Malawi

April 13, 2015

Since 2012, ASU audiology professor Ingrid McBride and former ASU professor Gail Belus have been taking students on trips to Malawi as part of their Hearing for Humanity program.

Reagan speech helps ASU researchers unlock possible early signs of Alzheimer's

April 3, 2015

By studying subtle changes in President Ronald Reagan's speech patterns while he was in office, ASU's Visar Berisha and Julie Liss have linked these changes to the onset of dementia, years before doctors diagnosed his Alzheimer's disease in 1994.

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