Constipation and kids: physical therapy can help

By Kari Smith, P.T., D.P.T., BCB-PMD

As a mother, I know first-hand how awful it is when your child can’t poop. The struggle is real and is common in many households with kids holding their stool, for a variety of reasons. Connecting with the right professionals …

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Despite pandemic, DMU students go above and beyond for their communities

By Hanna de Geest

The past year has been a challenging one with the constant threat of the deadly COVID-19 virus looming. On top of this, Des Moines University’s medical and health sciences students must continue to prepare to enter the health care field …

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“Lead bold and thrilling lives to the fullest,” President Franklin advises Furman graduates

By Barb Boose

As an elementary school student, Angela L. Walker Franklin attended summer band camps held on the campus of Furman University. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in psychology, magna cum laude, at Furman and, as a graduate, served …

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