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To market, to market

(Blog post updated 9/8/11) Can’t make it to the downtown farmer’s market on Saturdays but still want to support local growers? You might not have to look too far! Did you know that neighborhoods in and around Des Moines have their own farmer’s markets throughout the summer? Perhaps you’ve even driven by one and not […]

— Nicole Branstad

Global Health book drive to benefit the Sudan-American Foundation for Education

Together with the Des Moines University library and the Community Service Committee, the Global Health Department initiated a book drive to benefit the Sudan-American Foundation for Education (SAFE) during the month of May.  The response was above and beyond what was initially expected! Over 500 books have been collected and are waiting to be boxed […]

— Seth Stevenson

Global Health Outreach award 2011

The Global Health outreach award was established in 2008 to recognize contributions from faculty and students, toward their work for DMU’s global health department. COM graduating class of 2011 has more than 60 students, that’s approximately 27%, who have done an international rotation or service trip through DMU. This year, the Global Health Outreach award […]

— Seth Stevenson

Friday recipe: easy Thai chicken

When I get home from the office, most evenings the last thing I want to do is get cookin’ in the kitchen. Nice weather doesn’t improve my lazy chef ethic, either. That’s why I love this recipe from Prevention magazine: Most of its ingredients can be pantry staples; the others can be picked up from […]

— Barb Boose

Free stress relief

It seems like nothing is free these days. Well, at least not until now. The Des Moines Park and Recreation Department invites you to enjoy your Saturday morning by participating in a free weekly yoga session at Gray’s Lake this summer. Maximize your stress relief by practicing yoga next to the water’s edge at the […]

— Nicole Branstad

Anatomy word of the month: salpinx

Salpinx means “trumpet” in Greek , that is, a tube-shaped structure with a flared opening. The term is not used alone, but as a root or central meaning in numerous words referring to the uterine tubes. Examples of these terms are: salpingitis (inflammation of), salpingectomy (removal of), hematosalpinx (bleeding within). You may be more familiar […]

— Bill Dyche