Cookin’ up a healthy future

On a recent Wednesday in the DMU wellness kitchen, the mouth-watering aromas were almost torturous: David Spreadbury, Ph.D., chair of …

Friday recipe: pomegranate compote

If you’ve never had a pomegranate before, go to the store and buy one. They’re in season right now, so …

Weekend plans?

It’s the last weekend before Christmas and there are all kinds of fun things going on in Des Moines. If …

Keeping warm? Don’t forget about the pooch!

What better way to say you love your pet than a super warm sweater? How about some booties to protect …

Friday recipe: baked potato soup

This is one of my go-to crock pot recipes. I usually have all the ingredients on hand and it only …

Med school preview

Think you might be interested in a career in health care or know someone who is? Des Moines University’s Health …

Master’s students land intensive training opportunities

A student and a recent graduate of DMU's College of Health Sciences are augmenting their education with training programs on either side of the country.

Alumni spotlight: Ricardo E. DeNapoli, D.O.’74

I am a primary care physician with the Solano County PUblich Health Department in Fairfield, CA, and provide services to the uninsured and underinsured. I serve as the medical “safety net” for the county’s residents. I was part of the first group of osteopathic physicians to “re-enter” California after the state paid the pre-existing D.O.s to become M.D.s and put a measure in place not to allow [...]

Research in translation

The biggest strength DMU brings to the translational table – open-minded scientists, clinicians, health care professionals, collaborators and students with …

Consider our socks knocked off!

The APMA recently held a “Knock your socks off” video contest for podiatric medical students to do a message about …

How do you eat your gravy?

I was looking for gravy recipes online and I couldn’t believe how many variations exists! I just wanted something to …