All posts tagged "health"

  • UMKC Professor to serve as director of new research consortium

    UMKC’s own Lynda Bonewald, Ph.D., will serve as director for a new research consortium that will combine the unique strengths and resources of UMKC, Kansas...

  • LIFE HACKS

    Though the winter season is almost over people are still able to catch colds or the flu. Even during the warmer months colds are still...

  • The health-food junkie’s grocery list

    Eating healthy is a lifestyle choice—especially because most recipes are more demanding than a traditional pot of mac-and-cheese. The main task for a healthy eater...

  • Lucerna: ‘Light up Your Mind’

    That stellar research paper you wrote for class does not have to be forgotten after you receive an “A” for it. You can also submit...

  • Im-pasta-ers

    Carbs always get the worst wrap. In any diet, whether it be gluten-free or paleo all the way, the first foods to go are generally...

  • Take the “out” out of take-out

    Let’s face it. Sometimes nothing sounds better than take-out. Rice, noodles, Rangoon, the works. Coincidentally, take-out sounds best whenever you don’t want to go anywhere....

  • SUROP searches for students

    The Office of Undergraduate Research, located in Cockefair Hall room 106, is encouraging students to apply for the Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity(SUROP). This program provides...

  • Scrumptious Christmas creations

    Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, the semester is finally over, so treat yourself. Shamelessly eat cookies, fudge and pie. Whatever your holiday cravings may...

  • Leftover-makeover

    Post-Thanksgiving leftovers are lurking in the fridge, taunting you, but you’re already burnt out from eating turkey and stuffing for every meal. Not to mention...

  • Let’s talk about shots: Meningitis

    Recently, a classmate asked me if she needed a vaccine for meningitis. That’s a question all college students should ask their doctors. Meningitis is an...