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Intermittent fasting shown to provide broad range of health benefits in Texas State study 

Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, including improved cardiometabolic health, improved blood chemistry and reduced risk for diabetes, new research conducted in part at Texas State University indicates. 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Three Texas State students named Forbes Scholars

BOBCAT ATHLETICS

Huiet promoted as Texas State volleyball head coach 

BOBCAT ATHLETICS

Chisum retires after legendary career with Texas State volleyball

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

Texas State senior lecturer leads fight against fake news 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS 

Texas State undergrad Broderick Turner awarded Rangel Fellowship

CAMPUS COMMUNITY 

Veteran journalist, educator Charles Kaufman to address fall 2019

In quest to make Tokyo 2020, Chinese rowers train on Lady Bird Lake

Austin American-Statesman | December 11, 2019

Texas State's Health and Human Performance faculty researchers & graduate students have worked with the Chinese rowing team on enhancing performance in preparation for a last chance at qualifying for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.


Intermittent Fasting Shown to provide Broad Range of Health Benefits

HealthNewsDigest | December 11, 2019

Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, including improved cardiometabolic health, improved blood chemistry and reduced risk for diabetes, new research conducted in part at Texas State University.


The Science of How Human Bodies Decay

Dailyhunt | December 9, 2019

The third and largest forensic anthropology research facility opened in 2008 at Texas State University. Spread over 26 acres, the facility has yielded valuable data about human decomposition in the hot Texas Hill Country.


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