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Gluten free, ASAP? ‘Not so fast,’ say experts.
Or perhaps it’s a low-carbohydrate diet. Or a seaweed diet. Or they’re eating fish oil pills like candy (but not licorice – contains gluten). Or they have become vegans or vegetarians, or they are eating like a cave man. What’s good to eat? What’s no...
History, science, reality inform OT students’ mission to Haiti
“The problem was that these individuals were merely the vanguard of distant, massive organizations whose managers seemed less interested in nuances or painful lessons on the ground. And their – our – ability to report back those nuances was inhibited...
First-aid for posture habits that tame back pain
When Scott Johannes learned that a staggering $50 billion is spent every year to treat back pain in the United States, the physical therapy doctoral student saw an opportunity. “Back pain sufferers are one of the largest groups of patients seeking p...
Premier Leadership Healthcare Forum a Rousing Success
The College of Health Sciences hosted the annual Leadership Healthcare Forum on March 6th at the Italian Conference Center with an overflow crowd of over 350 healthcare professionals and community participants in attendance. The event was emceed by W...
CHS Associate Professor featured in the Wall Street Journal
A study published in Infant Behavior and Development suggested a novel technique to help babies who are slow to begin walking because of disorders like spina bifida and Down syndrome. The study found that placing young babies on a small, motorized tr...
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