College of Health Sciences

Announcement    Thursday, January 20, 2022
All Georgia College undergraduate students, regardless of major, that are interested in applied research with sports, exercise, and/or nutrition are invited to join the SHHPS research group. Current research project: Pain Tolerance and Threshold in Performance and Competitive Athletes. THURSDAYS 11 - 12 Exercise Science Laboratory (HSB 340) Contact Dr. Kelly Massey for more information kelly.massey@gcsu.edu
Announcement    Wednesday, January 19, 2022
All Georgia College undergraduate students, regardless of major, that are interested in applied research with sports, exercise, and/or nutrition are invited to join the SHHPS research group. Current research project: Pain Tolerance and Threshold in Performance and Competitive Athletes. THURSDAYS 11 - 12 Exercise Science Laboratory (HSB 340) Contact Dr. Kelly Massey for more information kelly.massey@gcsu.edu
Announcement    Tuesday, September 7, 2021
As we move into flu season, the CoHS and MRC will conduct multiple testing and flu shot clinics throughout September and into November. All COVID-19 testing is free, and students can receive vaccines for free. The flu shot is $20 for faculty and staff. See the dates below to find a time right for you to get your flu shot! Sept. 9    1-4 p.m.    Parks Memorial Sidewalk    COVID-19 tests and flu shot Sept. 14    1-3 p.m.    Parks Memorial Sidewalk    COVID-19 tests and flu shot Sept...
Event    Wednesday, April 21, 2021
If you or someone you know has Type II Diabetes and would like to learn how to exercise safely, please join us on Wednesday April 21st from 7-8pm via WebEx to hear Nathan Patel, a graduate student from the School of Health and Human Performance, discuss proper exercise programming and eating strategies for the Type II diabetic.  Please RSVP by April 21st. We look forward to seeing you there! Join from the meeting link    https://gcsu.webex.com/gcsu/j.php?MTID=m27651e74ebc4a8b9fdf06af458728055...
Event    Wednesday, April 21, 2021
If you or someone you know has Type I Diabetes and would like to learn how to exercise safely, please join us on Wednesday April 21st from 6-7pm via WebEx to hear Nathan Patel, a graduate student from the School of Health and Human Performance, discuss proper exercise programming and eating strategies for the Type I diabetic.  Please RSVP by April 21st. We look forward to seeing you there! Join from the meeting link     https://gcsu.webex.com/gcsu/j.php?MTID=md48700c55f1a48291bff37c6d7a61272...
Event    Wednesday, April 21, 2021
If you or someone you know has Type II Diabetes and would like to learn how to exercise safely, please join us on Wednesday April 21st from 7-8pm via WebEx to hear Nathan Patel, a graduate student from the School of Health and Human Performance, discuss proper exercise programming and eating strategies for the Type II diabetic.  Please RSVP by April 21st. We look forward to seeing you there! Join from the meeting link    https://gcsu.webex.com/gcsu/j.php?MTID=m27651e74ebc4a8b9fdf06af458728055...
Event    Wednesday, April 21, 2021
If you or someone you know has Type I Diabetes and would like to learn how to exercise safely, please join us on Wednesday April 21st from 6-7pm via WebEx to hear Nathan Patel, a graduate student from the School of Health and Human Performance, discuss proper exercise programming and eating strategies for the Type I diabetic.  Please RSVP by April 21st. We look forward to seeing you there! Join from the meeting link     https://gcsu.webex.com/gcsu/j.php?MTID=md48700c55f1a48291bff37c6d7a61272...
Announcement    Friday, October 16, 2020
We are looking for female volunteers (18 - 35 years old) to participate in a two week study. Each testing session will be around one hour and you will be asked to exercise on a treadmill and a cycle ergometer.  Required:  **Must be COVID-19 negative and have no recent exposure to participate** -fasting a minimum of eight hours prior to each testing session -no significant health issues that would preclude exercise Benefits include: Blood Lipid and Fasting Glucose results / Body Composition...
Announcement    Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Undergraduate research students from the School of Health and Human Performance are conducting a research study on The Effects of Aging and Gender on Resting Metabolic Rate. Resting metabolic rate is defined as the amount of energy expended when the body is at rest, and it is closely related to the body's basal metabolic rate. Metabolic rate is an essential component to keeping good overall health and, therefore, it is crucial to study certain things that can affect the metabolic rate. ...