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?
The Lednia tetonica is a species of stonefly that can only be found in the alpine streams of the Grand Teton Mountain Range. Not much is known about it. But a team of researchers, including Dr. Debra Finn, assistant professor of biology at Missouri State University, is trying to find out as much as they can about the species before it disappears. Climate change is threatening … [Read more...] about Scientists research stonefly species
Going for a job interview can be a nerve-racking experience. That’s why anticipating what questions will be asked and how to best answer them is a good idea. Dr. Stephanie Hein, department head of hospitality leadership at Missouri State University, highlights a few popular job interview questions and the way candidates should answer them on HCareers. … [Read more...] about How to answer job interview questions
From the very first moments, your child is learning. They are soaking in their environment and learning to interact with it. Dr. Sascha Mowrey, assistant professor of early childhood education at Missouri State University, gives tips for preparing your child for a lifetime of learning. To her, one of the most important characteristics that parents can instill in a child is … [Read more...] about Cradle to kindergarten: Preparing for education
Most people take fonts for granted. Some simply use the default, while others settle for whatever’s familiar. But fonts are powerful tools to convey messages and they shouldn’t be taken for granted. Maria Gerasimchuk-Djordjevic, assistant professor of art and design at Missouri State University, offers some font facts to Urbo. … [Read more...] about Shedding light on fonts