Opioids are commonly prescribed for those with a total knee replacement. But with the increased attention turned to the abuse of these narcotics, a new method was approved a few years ago: cryoneurolysis. “Cryoneurolysis takes the nerve just to the point of slightly damaging, basically bruising it, so that it doesn’t conduct the painful impulses anymore,” said … [Read more...] about Freezing away the pain
Osteoarthritis is joint pain that most commonly happens in people’s knees, hips, lower back and neck. While you can relieve the pain and discomfort with over-the-counter and prescription medications, watching what you eat may also help. Dr. Daniela Novotny, a registered dietitian and biomedical sciences instructor at Missouri State University, explains to U.S. News & … [Read more...] about Watching your diet to help relieve osteoarthritis
For the last few years, Missouri State University’s Darr College of Agriculture has maintained a fruitful relationship with the Quapaw Nation of Oklahoma. This relationship has resulted in sharing ideas, information and resources related to agriculture. Who are the Quapaw people? The Quapaw Indians are native people of Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee. Forced … [Read more...] about An enriching agriculture collaboration with Native Americans
“Oh, what a beautiful morning” – it’s just one of the many iconic songs attributed to the team of Rogers and Hammerstein. In their first collaboration, they created “Oklahoma!” It’s romance, Western and a piece of legendary Americana that many can quote by heart. Missouri State University students will perform in the world premiere concert … [Read more...] about Students play big role in world premiere of concert version of ‘Oklahoma!’
Kathryn Kuhlman was a charismatic healing evangelist. Her ministry spanned several decades from the 1940s-1970s. Dr. Amy Artman, religious studies instructor at Missouri State University, wrote a biography about Kuhlman titled, “The Miracle Lady: Kathryn Kuhlman and the Transformation of Charismatic Christianity.” Recently, Christianity Today reviewed … [Read more...] about Who was Kathryn Kuhlman?