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Bastyr fellow Sabine Thomas examining the hand of a patient in HaitiWednesday, January 12, 2011

A candlelight vigil in the Bastyr University Chapel on Jan.

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student and career center employee examining a documentTuesday, January 11, 2011

When you graduate from Bastyr University, you'll be armed with current scientific knowledge and an in-depth understanding of holistic healing.

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Thursday, November 11, 2010
Although students have been involved in research at the University for years, 2010 has seen the additional development of a specific Center for Student Research at Bastyr. Read more »
Rodiek with her partnerSaturday, October 2, 2010
Kit Rodiek already had a fulfilling career as a massage therapist, but obtaining a degree in exercise science and wellness in 2009 helped her broaden her expertise. Read more »
Monday, August 31, 2009
To increase his chances of survival after a cancer diagnosis, this allopathic physician sought out BIORC medical director Dr. Leanna Standish to learn more about lifestyle changes that could help support his cancer treatments.Read more »
Cynthia BuxtonThursday, August 27, 2009
This 1999 Bastyr University graduate is thankful for the naturopathic treatment she's receiving to help get her back to wellness despite a diagnosis of stage two breast cancer.Read more »
Barbara Nord driving a boat.Thursday, August 27, 2009
In March 2009, Barbara Nord became a research participant at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center. Since then, the 63-year-old mother of two has learned to manage her feelings of anxiety and panic and has found a measure of pain relief from her radiation therapy.Read more »
Eliza Carlson, BS ('00), MS ('07)Thursday, April 2, 2009
Eliza Carlson, a 2007 graduate of Bastyr's Master of Science in Nutrition and Clinical Psychology, helps clients improve the mental, emotional and physical aspects of their health.Read more »
Portrait of Dori Berg, BS ('07)Sunday, April 1, 2007
Dori Berge made mothering the focus of her life for many years. Then, at 47, she went back to school in Bastyr's health psychology program.Read more »
DudleyMonday, October 2, 2006
Brandon Dudley's work serves everyone from elite athletes to people wanting to start an exercise program.Read more »

Health Tips

When the weather changes, viruses always seem to sneak into our homes, offices, and schools. Here are some tips to avoid sickness this time of year and boost your immunity!  

Learn about the cardiovascualr benefits of the hibiscus flower.

Hibiscus tea, a delightfully refreshing beverage with a tart, berry-like flavor, has demonstrated benefits for individuals with hypertension.
What’s motivating you to be healthy? Is it a spouse, grandchildren, a recent health scare, or a full bucket list to accomplish? Thinking about what motivates you will get you to start living a healthy lifestyle.

A natural way to fight sickness this winter.