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If you're looking to shed a few pounds, soup may just be the perfect dish for you! Studies have shown that people who begin their meal with soup consume significantly fewer calories at that meal. Why are soups so filling? Broth-based soups have a Read More »
October is the official kickoff to slow cooker season. The brisk weather outside calls for a warm meal, and utilizing your slow cooker is a great way to have a comforting (and gluten-free!) meal ready for you after a day of autumn activi Read More »
IOWA CITY — Infectious disease experts at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics said Tuesday that they’ve been honing procedures, training and retraining staff, and feel “very well prepared” should an Ebola patient require treatment at the Read More »
DES MOINES — The state’s flu activity still is low, but two strains of the virus are already circulating, public health officials said Tuesday.
“This is the perfect time to get your flu vaccination,” said Iowa Department of Public Health Me Read More »
Beef is an excellent source of 10 essential nutrients including zinc, iron, protein and many B-vitamins. There are 29 cuts of beef that meet the government guidelines for lean. Animal proteins--such as lean beef--are complete, high-quality protein Read More »
IOWA CITY — An Eastern Iowa native is leading the U.S. efforts to contain Ebola in Africa.
Last month Secretary of State John Kerry named Ambassador Nancy Powell the leader of the U.S. Ebola Coordination Unit at the Department of State. Pow Read More »
NEW YORK (AP) — A law enforcement official and a New York City official say a doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus.
It’s the first confirmed case in the city. Read More »
How do you prepare a delicious and nutritious meal for your family at the end of a long, hectic day? The answer is in the freezer case! That is right – simple, healthy meals begin with the foods you keep in your freezer. Frozen foods offer an inco Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Officials stressed on Tuesday that it is highly unlikely that Cedar Rapids hospitals will have to treat a patient with Ebola. But on the off chance that they do, they’ll be ready.
“Hospitals are working in partnership with (pu Read More »
DUBUQUE — Former Green Bay Packers Player and Iowa native Aaron Kampman talked to students at Table Mound Elementary on Tuesday. It’s part of the NFL’s “Fuel up to Play 60” program.
That’s an effort to get kids to spend at least 60 minutes Read More »
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