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Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge

May 29, 2020

We know the virus has a deadly impact on the human body. But its impact on our mental health may be deadly too.

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Cancer survivors are facing fear with flexibility

May 19, 2020

CU Boulder study finds Acceptance and Commitment Therapy reduces symptoms of anxiety in cancer survivors

Expecting Mindfully Nourish Your Emotional Well-Being and Prevent Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum

Expecting Mindfully Nourish Your Emotional Well-Being and Prevent Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum

April 3, 2020

Expecting Mindfully Nourish Your Emotional Well-Being and Prevent Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum

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Railroad man’s 1848 injury helped launch young scientist’s career

Feb. 6, 2020

Jessica Rea, who graduated summa cum laude in neuroscience, is the fall 2019 outstanding graduate of the College of Arts & Sciences.

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Xenna the service dog helps Navy vet do laboratory research

Dec. 9, 2019

Along the way, both of them, with help from CU Boulder, pave the way for greater accessibility in laboratory research

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CU Boulder bipolar clinic will close after 17 years

Nov. 29, 2019

The Sutherland Bipolar Center has helped more than 2,100 Coloradans affected by bipolar disorder, regardless of their ability to pay.

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Is it possible to think pain away?

Aug. 30, 2019

Answer to chronic back pain relief may not be in our backs but in our heads, CU Boulder research suggests.

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From ‘major identity crisis’ to career fulfillment

Aug. 17, 2019

“I began feeling pressure about what I wanted to do when I graduated, and I started to question if my psych degree would get me there,” says alum who stayed the course and succeeded.

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How partisans see facts through different eyes

Aug. 13, 2019

Those who want to restrict travel from Muslim countries or sales of assault weapons use one rationale to buttress their arguments and a different one to dismiss their opponents’, according to new research from CU Boulder

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Coordination improves student concussion care

May 29, 2019

The CU Medical Services Concussion Team at Wardenburg brings an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of concussions When Dr. Tracy Casault began working at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013, one thing became quickly apparent: Concussion treatment for students was not where it needed to be. Despite numerous excellent...

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