DMU helping with physicals for kids

Every year DMU students and staff provide hours upon hours of community service, including many free physicals for school children. …

A history of African American surgeons & global health success

What do those 2 have in common? They’re both topics of displays currently in the DMU Library! The early contributions …

Long weekend continues

If you drive by & notice our campus looks quiet today, that’s because we’re closed for an extended holiday weekend. …

Friday recipe: sweet potato fries

I can’t believe I haven’t posted this recipe yet. It’s super simple and one of my favorites. I love sweet …

Anatomy word of the month: acromion

Feel that bump on the top of your shoulder? This is the highest point of your shoulder and is the …

Research student spotlight: Christine Schaplowsky

Christine Schaplowsky first became interested in research during her undergraduate education at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. During the …

Research spotlight: Edward Finnerty

Dr. Edward Finnerty has recently been appointed as the Director for OPTI (Osteopathic Post-Graduate Training Institute) Research. This will be a …

Be a physical therapist

Do you want to improve people’s quality of life? Help them recover after an accident or illness? Work with a …

For the fourth….

There is SO MUCH GOING ON. How to decide what plans to make? Here’s some fun ideas to add to …

Rotations are fun, but exhausting!

I’ll be the first to admit that I hate sacrificing sleep time (well, who doesn’t?) but sometimes it is not …

Educating primary care physicians

Health care reform continues to be a hot topic and a recent article in the Business Record addresses the shortages …

Friday recipe: frozen yogurt pops

I have a new favorite source for healthy recipes: Eating Well. How have I not heard about this magazine/website? I …