Friday recipe: honey-soy broiled salmon

I love to order salmon in restaurants, but have only cooked it at home once – on the grill – …

A scoop a day

Second-year D.P.M. student Nettie Bartel writes about one of her favorite foods & shares the best places in Des Moines …

Perfect household temp – a myth?

The wind has been crazy in Iowa the last few days. Leaves are swirling around & I’m ready for a …

First Abaton Selzer Award for Writing presented

Des Moines University’s literary journal combines medicine, art Rachel Hammer, a second-year student at Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota, …

New partnership with IA Dept. for Blind

Our third- and fourth-year osteopathic medical students do rotations through various medical specialties for hands-on learning. A new partnership between …

Friday recipe: pumpkin pancakes

I’m continuing with the theme of pumpkin recipes for fall (see the previous pumpkin cupcakes & pumpkin cake) I’ll be …

Reach out and read!

This Saturday some of our students & staff are helping out with a really cool initiative called Reach Out & …

Hands-on learning for physical therapists

The post-professional doctor of physical therapy (PPDPT) program at DMU can be completed entirely online, making it a great option …

Free health screenings at DMU for seniors Nov. 6

Adults 50 and older are invited to Des Moines University’s Senior Health Fair for free health screenings on November 6, …

Summer research

Our students work both in and out of the classroom to become the best doctors they can be. Kyra Hammonds, …

Free dinner conference on young adults with cancer includes national experts, panel of cancer patients

Hodgkin’s lymphoma, breast cancer, leukemia — these are not things most 20- and 30-somethings worry about. They are, however, very …

Pink ribbon, great reminder or distractor?

It’s October, breast cancer month, and everything is pink. Is that a good or bad thing? Do pink shoes and …