We HEART you

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to take the time to let you know how much we L-O-V-E all …

Let’s get coordinated

Coordinated medical care, with fewer hand-offs, more efficiency and lower costs, is a goal for many organizations. Consumers/patients seem to …

Friday recipe: a sweet for your sweetie

In trying to reduce – or at least control – sugar in my diet, I find it works best to …

Let’s Move

If campus seems bare today it’s because our employees and students have been given a unique and exciting opportunity to …

Exceptional board results for CPMS students

The CPMS class of 2012 sat for Part II of the American Podiatric Medical Licensing Exam in January and achieved …

The wait is over

This year’s Mini Medical School begins this evening and runs for the five consecutive Tuesdays following. (February 7 – March …

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 …

Friday recipe: get mashed

Other than my occasional indulgence in a heap of crispy French fries, I’ve never been a big fan of white …

Anatomy word of the month: Cruciate ligaments

“Cross-shaped” in Latin. In the knee joint are two ligaments that cross over each other, the anterior and posterior cruciate …

Dr. Yogesh Shah and Kent Sovern on Des Moines as Age Friendly City

Overview of the new World Health Organization’s new Age Friendly Community initiative for Central Iowa with Age Friendly board members Dr. Yogesh …