Friday recipe: roasted cauliflower with sauce

Anyone who thinks the Internet is a death knell for printed cookbooks hasn’t been in a book store lately. Or, actually, on the Internet, where I found T. Susan Chang’s delightful reviewof her top 10 cookbooks for 2012. Chang, who regularly reviews cookbooks for National Public Radio, tagged her picks as “a year of contrarian […]

— Barb Boose

How can we care for rural America?

For a future issue of DMU Magazine, I plan to explore the joys and challenges of rural medicine. Numerous studies, including those published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, show that rural America is underserved: While about 20 percent of the nation’s […]

— Barb Boose

Fight for your right

Human Rights Day presents us with an opportunity to celebrate human rights, highlight a specific issue, and advocate for the full enjoyment of all human rights by everyone. This year, the spotlight is on the rights of all people to make their voices heard in public life and be included in political decision-making. Make your voice count! […]

— Nicole Branstad

Friday recipe: “rad” stuffed peppers

Can I just say that this week’s recipe has everything to love and nothing to dislike or feel guilty about eating? Its combination of vegetables, lean ground turkey and seasonings to your liking will have your taste buds tingling with pleasure. This recipe came to us courtesy of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists during […]

— Barb Boose

DMU Research Symposium

The DMU Research Symposium is scheduled for December 6, 2012. The Symposium aims to recognize the research efforts of those in the surrounding community; to provide a forum for the collaboration of ideas and the production of new hypotheses; and to impress upon the students of DMU the critical role that research plays in the […]

— Mollie Lyon