Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. And it is one of the industries in Missouri with the biggest gap between demand and qualified workers. A significant gift from the McQueary family will help close this gap. Missouri State University announced that the College of Health and Human Services is being renamed in honor of the McQueary … [Read more...] about McQueary family makes ‘transformational’ gift to Missouri State
Not being able to communicate effectively or understand people can be so discouraging and frustrating. It leaves you out – in the dark. Lauren Jones, director of the Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic at Missouri State University, says parents usually become concerned around age 2 that their toddler isn’t talking as much as other children they know. Jones says that signs can be … [Read more...] about Clinic helps people communicate
Bloating is an uncomfortable feeling. What causes it and how can you avoid it? Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, shares some insights with Women’s Health. … [Read more...] about Do you experience sudden bloating?
For nurses, the registered nurse first assist (RNFA) credential opens doors. Starting this November, Missouri State University will offer the registered nurse first assist (RNFA) graduate certificate. The RNFA program features advanced training and skills for registered nurses or advanced-practice registered nurses, preparing them to assist in surgery. The one-year … [Read more...] about Missouri State offers new RNFA certificate
For people who are on a strict budget, buying food can be challenging. Daniela Novotny, a registered dietitian and biomedical sciences instructor at Missouri State University, shares with U.S. New Money a few top food items to buy that are both hearty and healthy. … [Read more...] about What food items should you get on a tight budget?