Spooky times

It’s October already & that means there’s some spooky fun to be had! I can’t believe it’s October already!!  Get …

International art exhibit coming to Des Moines

Des Moines University is excited to bring Art 4 Health (A4H) to Iowa. A4H is a traveling art exhibit launched …

Cheap night out for the family!

A couple specials caught my eye today and they’re both for this Thursday. Combine ’em for a nice family night …

White coat makes us official!

That’s right, the PA class of 2011 is OFFICIAL! Well I don’t know how official a white coat really makes …

Healthcare, a buzz word

The hottest topic of recent debate is President Obama’s focus on some version of a universal health care system. There’s …

New national global health consortium of universities includes DMU

The number of students enrolled in global health programs in universities across the United States and Canada has doubled in …

International delights!

YAY!!!!  If you know me you know how much I love to eat & I love outdoor community festivals. Combine …

A post for a rainy day

What to do in this dreary weather? Bundle up with a good book, that’s what! My new book just came …

Friday recipe: turkey & black bean chili

The only thing better than a big pot of soup on a fall day is a big crock pot of …

DMU first university to ever earn platinum wellness award

Des Moines University (DMU) was recognized October 1 as the first and only educational institution in America to receive a …

Anatomy word of the month: the testis

The testis is the male generative organ, producing sperm cells and the male sex hormone, testosterone. Testis is a Latin …

An alum dealing with H1N1 flu

Pat Crocker, a 1980 D.O. grad, is chief of emergency medicine at a hospital in Austin. NPR recently talked to …