2014.03.11 | By University Communication and Marketing | 07:00 AM
Terry L. Wahls, clinical professor of medicine in the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, will talk about her new book, "The Wahls Protocol," at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at the Iowa City Public Library. Story
You don't just need to rely on hot dogs and pizza to make a buck at concession stands. A study led by the University of Iowa examined sales, revenues, and profits at a booster-run concession stand in Iowa that offered healthy food items, from apples to string cheese, over a full season. The club registered stable sales and revenue, while profits remained intact. Results appear in the Journal of Public Health. Story
Terry Wahls, UI clinical professor of internal medicine, details lifestyle changes and Paleolithic-style food plans to combat autoimmune diseases and other chronic medical conditions in her new book, "The Wahls Protocol."
Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen
In honor of International Women's Day March 8, UI International Programs shares just a few achievements of UI students, staff, and faculty; the inspiring and high-impact work of these women is a true testament to the day's 2014 theme, "Equality for women is progress for all." Story from: International Accents
The latest annual report on cancer in Iowa estimates 17,400 new cancers will be diagnosed among Iowa residents in 2014. In addition, an estimated 6,400 Iowans will die from cancer, according to the “Cancer in Iowa: 2014” report released today by the State Health Registry of Iowa, based in the University of Iowa College of Public Health. Story
The 2014 Provost’s Global Forum at the University of Iowa, “Child Protection: A Global Responsibility,” will address the global and local impact of child abuse and neglect through several events that are free and open to the public March 26-28 on the UI campus. Story
High school students from across the state enjoy learning about STEM-related issues during a lab tour as part of the 2014 Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on the UI Campus Feb. 27 and 28.
More than 150 high school students from around the state came to campus to present original research and participate in hands-on learning labs during the 2014 Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium hosted by the UI College of Education's Belin-Blank Center. Video
Five of the more than 150 Iowa high school students from across the state were chosen to advance to a national conference after presenting their original research on the UI campus during the 2014 Iowa Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Story