DMU to host panel discussion on clean energy

Community leaders will discuss the health and economic benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency at Des Moines University on …

Phillip E. Ward, D.P.M.’88

Phillip E. Ward, D.P.M., was named president of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Board of Trustees at the 95th Annual …

Setting the story straight about stroke

Stroke is the number one cause of adult disability and the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. …

Drew Lewis, D.O.’03, FAAPM&R

Drew Lewis, associate professor of osteopathic manual medicine at DMU, was among the authors of “Predictive Relationship of Osteopathic Manual Medicine Grades …

Thomas Benzoni, D.O.’83

Thomas Benzoni, D.O., joined the DMU faculty in September 2014 as assistant professor of family medicine. He also continues to …

Fernandez-Morrow named to Forty Under 40

Christina Fernandez-Morrow was named to the Business Record’s 2015 list of Forty Under 40 honorees. The annual list recognizes local business …

DMU sending care teams near and far for spring break

Thirty-four Des Moines University students are heading for warmer weather for spring break. Unlike your traditional spring breaker, these students …

Walk, lift and stretch your way to optimal fitness

Get fit in just 30 minutes a day! Improve your health 10 minutes at a time! Those are not slogans …

Regular check-ups are key to preventing top killers of men

“I don’t need a doctor, I’m fine.” “I don’t want to take time off work.” “It will get better in …

Mental, physical exercise equally important for brain health

Lost your car keys? Forgotten the reason you walked into a room? Don’t fret – you haven’t lost your mind. …

Six strategies to alleviate incontinence

Urinary incontinence is an inconvenient – and sometimes embarrassing – condition common among older adults. Nobody is born with bladder …

Go for the greens: Plant-based diet leads to better health

Nutrition is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, but many Americans fail to make it a priority, as evidenced …