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News

Bastyr alumna Tina Fogall, BS ('11), owns BigSpoon Jam.Thursday, March 7, 2013
The idea for BigSpoon Jam was hatched at Tina Fogall’s first class through Bastyr University, when she was introduced to the small-batch, local jams she learned to love and to share.Read more »
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Bastyr University California and UC San Diego medical students team up to prepare for integrative medical careers.Read more »
TNT opening danceWednesday, March 6, 2013
Each year Student Council organizes the Talent / No Talent Show, inviting members of the Bastyr community to show off their talents — or lack thereof. A rap about a complex series of nerves took first prize.Read more »
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Amy Davis, PsyD, BS (’05), spoke to us about the questions that led her to psychology and her research into global differences in counseling.Read more »
Spring for health Luncheon inviteFriday, March 1, 2013
The University welcomes the spring season with a number of fresh events.Read more »
A portrait of Victoria Sweet, MD, PhDThursday, February 21, 2013
God's Hotel author and Spring Luncheon speaker Victoria Sweet discusses her journey to the "heart of medicine" at an iconic San Francisco hospital.Read more »
A photo of the winning Top Chef Bastyr dish.Thursday, February 21, 2013
Student teams create culinary sensations in front of classmates and supporters to raise money for Teen Feed.Read more »
Siergiewicz in classroomThursday, February 7, 2013
A student reflects on her first quarter: "Studying naturopathic medicine is the hardest thing I've ever done. Now I know I can handle it."Read more »
Monday, February 4, 2013
Health policy professor Valerie B. Yerger, ND (’92), shows how Big Tobacco targeted African-Americans and how communities can take charge of their own health.Read more »
Students doing a cooking demonstration at open house event. Friday, February 1, 2013
During the shortest month of the year, there is no shortage of excitement on campus.Read more »

Health Tips

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  • There are many ways to monitor and change your individual risk of heart disease.

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