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Inflatable pumpkin at Haunted TrailsThursday, October 3, 2013
Fall is here, and with the cooler temperatures and crisper air come Bastyr events as refreshing as a cup of cider. Here are a few of the happenings at our campuses and clinics this month.Read more »
Probiotic and antibiotic pills in a pair of handsTuesday, October 1, 2013
Bastyr researchers find strong benefit to probiotics, leading hospitals to rethink policy.Read more »
Students at campfireThursday, September 19, 2013
Erin Hayford sends this beautiful personal account of Revival, a student-organized camping trip for naturopathic medicine students and doctors to reconnect with the power of their medicine.Read more »
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Bastyr students make the most of their summers — hiking, volunteering, training, kicking back, and studying the world over. See their photos.Read more »
Yeeshen Tien practices tai chi in campus gardenThursday, September 5, 2013
As a monk and student leader, Yeeshen Tien finds fruitful parallels between religion and health.Read more »
Mollie Katzen portraitThursday, September 5, 2013
The acclaimed Moosewood Cookbook author joins us for a Q-and-A before her campus talk on Sept. 27.Read more »
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Researcher Paul Stamets tells the story of his mother's recovery and his work uncovering the healing power of mushrooms.Read more »
A student carries a stack of bindersSunday, September 1, 2013
Our University President explains why this is one of his favorite times of the year.Read more »
Friday, August 23, 2013
New law going into effect in 2014 will mean more Americans are insured, creating a need for more primary care doctors.Read more »
Western red cedar along campus trailThursday, August 15, 2013
There is a time for classroom and lab studies — and a time for stepping into the forest to study the creatures that sprout and bloom and tower above us. Welcome to Northwest Herbs.Read more »

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