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Human Nutrition Faculty Offer Advice on Understanding Food Labels
March is National Nutrition Month, and U of A human nutrition faculty explain changes and information included on revised food labels.
National Nutrition Month Tips for Healthy Eating
March is National Nutrition Month, and U of A human nutrition faculty say a variety of healthy foods provide different benefits.
Nursing School Assists Hospital With Residency Program
The U of A is assisting Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville with a new program that focuses on the transition of nursing students to professional registered nurses.
Sexuality Education, Sport Management to Be Topics of Friday Research Presentations
Charles Bell and Malachi Willis, University of Arkansas graduate students, will make presentations about their research from 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 10, in HPER 316.
Student Studying Concussions to Make Research Presentation Friday
Melissa Anderson, a University of Arkansas graduate student in exercise science, will present research about concussions from 3 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 3, in HPER Room 316.
U of A Health Center Celebrates New Expansion and Renovation
The construction project will add 20,000 square feet to the facility and improve the efficiency of all health center operations.
Research on Nursing Administrators, Faculty Gives Guidance on Retention
Two studies suggest that factors such as institutional leadership, personal and family policies influence job satisfaction.
Online Nursing Doctoral Students Visit Campus to Practice Skills in Sim Labs
Students enrolled in the online Doctor of Nursing Practice program spent the Feb. 22 in two of the simulation labs working on advanced health assessment and critical care procedures.
U of A Team Co-Authors Paper Comparing Two Hydration Methods
The researchers studied how best to prevent dehydration that can adversely affect the body during cycling.
Nursing Students to Take Advocacy, Empathy from Work With Homeless to Future Careers
One thing U of A nursing students have learned working with homeless people is to think beyond immediate treatment, an outlook that will help in their future careers.