News

News

Headshot of GingerThursday, March 29, 2018
CNN, Food Network and The Seattle Times have been busy quoting one of Bastyr's own on all things nutrition.  Read more »
Hands raised in support for each otherFriday, February 23, 2018
Master of Science in Nutrition and Clinical Health Psychology students are teaming together for NEDA Week to bring educational, enlightening, and empowering messages on campus.Read more »
Master of Public Health Students at Lobby DayMonday, February 12, 2018
Master of Public Health students joined health professionals from all over Washington state for Legislative Education Day in Olympia, Wash.Read more »
Thursday, February 8, 2018
In addition to celebrating past accomplishments in black history, Bastyr student groups wish to pull the focus to the present and the future.Read more »
Monday, September 11, 2017
Rhode Island is now one of 23 states to provide licensed natural medicine.Read more »
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Cheryl Chan, a professional doula in the Philippines, traveled all the way to Bastyr’s Simkin Center for her training. Learn about her journey to becoming a doula, birth culture, and what drew her to the Simkin Center.Read more »
Monday, July 24, 2017
Hear from Joshua Goldenburg, ND, who is leading Bastyr University's research efforts on Irritable Bowel Syndrome.Read more »
Monday, July 24, 2017
Griffin McMath, ND, 2017 Bastyr graduate, was recognized this year for her outstanding achievement in and support for the advancement of naturopathic medicine.Read more »
Friday, June 23, 2017
These five students shared wisdom and words of encouragement in front of hundreds of classmates, colleagues, friends, and family. Hear their personal stories and where they're headed!Read more »
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Dr. Jing Meng and her team of faculty and students are exploring alternative treatments to prostate cancer through the study of Chinese medicinal herbs.Read more »

Health Tips

  • There are ways to help treat IBS using safe, natural products, and life-style intervention. 

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

  • Purchasing food grown closer to your home will provide great health, economic and environmental benefits.

  • With the number of Type 2 Diabetes patients quickly rising, it's time to start preventing this disease by changing dietary and exercise habits. Dr. Jennifer Pilon sheds some light on how to prevent this disease naturally.
  • Get help decreasing your pesticide exposure without going over budget with the Environmental Working Group's lists of the "Dirty Dozen" and the "Clean Fifteen."