From autism to Alzheimer’s

Do you want to know more about supporting youth diagnosed with autism? How about new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, malignant …

Friday recipe: Asian chicken and edamame pizza

Did your mother ever tell you to chew your food slowly and thoroughly? If so, it appears her advice was …

Out-of-this-world research

I’m a fan of our own DMU Magazine, and the spring issue is no exception. It showcases great ideas and …

Breaking up is hard to do with habits

I’ve been writing about diet and obesity for an upcoming DMU Magazine, which has made me think a lot about …

Friday recipe: “willpower” bars

While I admit that I don’t understand every article, Wired magazine is one of my favorite reads for its provocative …

Unlocking the “Legos” of life

DMU has a new student organization that’s also a feather in the University’s cap: The Genetics Student Interest Group of …

Want to research?

Faculty and students at Des Moines University work together in first-rate facilities on diverse research studies regarding health and wellness, …

Seriously sugared

That many popular children’s breakfast cereals are high in sugar is not new news. What’s alarming is that over the …

Be wise: exercise

Most people agree that exercise is good for one’s body. A recent study in Ireland offers evidence that it’s also …

DMU Research Symposium

Mark your calendars for this year’s DMU Research Symposium taking place on campus this Thursday, December 1. No classes will …

Jeff Gray, Ph.D., named vice president of research

Jeff Gray, Ph.D., professor of microbiology and immunology, has been named DMU’s vice president of research. In this role, he …