CHS launches revamped MHA curriculum

As health care changes, health care education must change, too. DMU recently revised its master of health care administration curriculum to ensure it continues to offer students relevant, real-world experiences.

Civil rights leader, alumnus returns to DMU

William Anderson, D.O.’56, wanted to be a doctor, not a civil rights activist. But when the fight to end segregation began in his hometown, he was at the forefront.

Joggler juggles more than medical school

That isn’t a typo, it’s an official international sport: Joggling combines juggling and running, and DMU student Tyler Wishau is a world champion at it.

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?

Friday recipe: butternut squash ginger soup

It’s a given in most people’s minds that medical students take courses on biochemistry and nutrition. But according to the …

Hit the ground running

Spring officially started last week even though we’ve been feeling it for a while now with this unseasonable weather! With …

Branstad, Franklin to discuss public health strategies

This year the theme for National Public Health Week, April 2-8, is A healthier America begins today: join the movement! …

Heading home

Today we got all packed up and headed out to Valle for the morning. This adorable little town allowed us …

Last day of brigading

Today we head out to our last day of brigading. I want to take a minute to first thank our …

Brigade day #4

Today we moved to the next community of Naranjal. The bus ride in the morning was a little bit shorter …

Back to Cofridia Metro

We returned to the same community today and once again there was a line of patients waiting for our arrival. …