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."
If you can’t walk by a ripe, plump salal berry without picking it, you’re not alone. Recent graduate Liz Diehl’s research on the wild berries finds that foragers abound for this nutrient-dense seasonal treat.
Scientific research is one of the cornerstones of Bastyr University, as proved by this year’s record-breaking 45 exhibits at the annual Student Research Symposium.
Tracy W. Gaudet, MD, the principal speaker at Bastyr University’s 35th Annual Commencement Exercises, discusses her vision for the future of health care as executive director of the Veterans Affairs Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation.
Naturopathic student Sonia Malani shares a first-person account of the annual event that aims to help student practitioners challenge stereotypes and better understand people from communities often marginalized in the healthcare system.
Nearly 150 naturopathic medicine supporters from around the country spoke with Congress about Medicare inclusion at the annual DC Federal Legislative Initiative (DC FLI) in May.
Paige Barnes is the choreographer for “PALMS,” which portrays the story of a wild animal turning into a woman and includes pulse readings. The interdisciplinary production premieres July 7-9 at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle.
"Every time I teach a cooking class or step into someone’s home as a private chef, I smile – my heart is so happy. Is this really my job? What a gift!" says the editor of the new cookbook by the Bastyr University Student Nutrition Association.
Bastyr University California in San Diego and Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington, are sending nearly 400 graduates into the world at their respective commencement ceremonies June 19 and 20, 2016.
Bastyr University alumna and faculty Laurie Cullen, ND, is taking the summer "off" to bicycle 80- to 90-miles a day along the TransAmerica Trail, with backup from her family including sister and fellow alumna Tamara Evans, ND.
The student team "Home Grown Roots Revamped" takes home the title of "Top Chef: Bastyr" at the sixth annual competition for its delectable salmon dish.
Liz Sullivan and Katherine Ratliff have been recognized as Outstanding Students for 2016 for demonstrating exceptional academic excellence and leadership in Bastyr University’s dietetics program.
Adding delicious and healthful anti-inflammatory foods to your diet can help give your body a fighting chance if you suffer from seasonal allergies.
Other than potential food safety concerns, date codes are usually about what will taste the best.
Bastyr University hosts over 250 sustainable food leaders at the 2016 Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection, a major industry event for Washington state.
Students from local San Diego, CA colleges and universities connect to discuss the future of integrative medicine at this historic meeting.
Seattle-based clinic once again ranks highly in state-wide patient satisfaction survey.
Your local gym may be a breeding ground for bacteria and other hidden grossness. Find out how to make sure you are safe and clean while working out.
First-year Midwifery students get a chance to interact with pregnant volunteers and begin to apply their clinical skills.
Year of the Monkey kicks off with Lion Dance in Dining Commons
Naturopathic doctors and students from Bastyr University California cleaned up Cardiff State Beach and discussed the importance of water quality
Bastyr University provides many resources and services for the general public and not-for-profits.
Want to learn a unique way to keep from getting sick during cold and flu season? Try looking in your kitchen!
18th annual jump into the lake brings out the bravest "Bastyrians"
An ode to parsley.