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Weighty Issues

Our out-of-whack eating and rising rates of obesity and chronic disease underscore the important role that health care providers, leaders and educators can play in counseling patients and creating programs that combat unhealthy fat. Members of the DMU community are responding.

Cover story: Weighty Issues, Featured, Spring 2012
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Wellness Kitchen Cooking

A big appetite for better eating

Two DMU electives serve up perspectives on food and nutrition at micro and macro levels. Students just eat them up.

Cover story: Weighty Issues, Featured, Spring 2012
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Students sink their teeth into healthy cooking

Watch DMU’s healthy cooking class in action! DMU is one of the few medical schools in the nation to offer its osteopathic medical students hands-on experiences in the kitchen. Find out why.

Cover story: Weighty Issues, Featured, Spring 2012
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Diet articles

What should we eat?

Even as we know we should eat “right” and exercise, we’re bombarded with a veritable buffet of unhealthy food options, confusing dietary information and aggressive food marketing campaigns. What’s a body to chew?

Featured, Spring 2012, View Point
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Physician supply in the United States

For a nation that lavishes spending on health care, you’d think the U.S. would be awash with physicians who see their patients on a frequent basis. Not so.

Featured, Spring 2012, View Point
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Sara-Sutton

A powerful force behind muscle energy

Sara “Sally” Sutton, D.O.’53, has treated thousands of patients and taught hundreds of osteopathic medical students in her career, but she also played a historic role in promoting and perpetuating the art of touch.

Featured, Spring 2012
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Jeff Nichols embraces his wife, Madonna, a breast cancer survivor.

Climbing a mountain to combat cancer

They conquered cancer, endured chemotherapy and bravely climbed back to health. In January, these courageous souls conquered a different kind of mountain.

Alumni News, Featured, Spring 2012
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