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Healthy eating on a budget

Melissa Newmaster, a master's degree student in the Department of Dietetics and Nutrition at KU Medical Center, is showing people on low and fixed incomes how to shop for healthier foods  Story | Video

A new dean for the KU School of Health Professions

Abiodun Akinwunta has been named the new dean of the KU School of Health Professions. (Story)

100 Swimmers and Counting

KU's Sensory Supported Swimming program reaches a milestone this summer. Story | Video

Are you ready for ICD-10CM/PCS?

The University of Kansas Medical Center is helping the health care industry prepare for the ICD-10 code. (Story) | (Video)

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Last modified: Nov 04, 2015