Health care reform helps women

Say what you will about the Affordable Care Act – the much-touted, much-maligned health care reform legislation – but you …

Friday recipe: Thai melon salad

NPR’s health blog, “Shots,” recently reported that a study published in Nature magazine indicates that diets rich in “fiber, fruits, …

RAGBRAI rolls next week

Turning 50 is hard for some, but it was even more thought-provoking for Brian Hart because of the gift his …

Cahalan Endowed Scholarship

Strong work ethic, determination and perseverance: Jodi (Ostendorf) Cahalan, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S., PA-C, a DMU alumna and dean of its …

Lee C. Rogers, D.P.M.’04

Rogers won the primary for U.S. Congress for California’s newly-drawn 25th district. He will face an incumbent who previously represented …

Jacob T. Kirchner, D.P.M.’07

Kirchner and Sarah E. Cox have announced their engagement and plans to wed in the fall of 2012 at Honey …

Sara A. Moeller, PA-C’12

Moeller joined Trimark Dermatology in Fort Dodge, IA, under Dr. Carey Bligard. Moeller is a member of the Iowa Physician …

Megan M. Mills, D.P.T.’08

Mills and her husband, Shaun, welcomed a son, Keaton Myers, to their family on Nov. 1, 2011. The family resides …

Walter C. Rustmann, D.O.’95

Col. Rustmann, commander of the 147th Medical Group, Ellington Field, TX, has been selected as one of only two Air …

Hot off the digital press

What do worms, Honduras, and skunk-cabbage have in common? They can all be found in this quarter’s issue of DMU …

Research is vital

Research is vital, and at DMU students are vital to research. The Mentored Student Research Program is an excellent opportunity for students to highlight their …