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.
2015 was a year where “Bastyrians” were seen and heard – a lot!
Next time you feel like you need a little extra TLC, try substituting miso soup for chicken noodle.
A few simple tips to halt the flu in its tracks.
Midwives and other childbirth professionals gain policy and advocacy tools to promote maternal and infant health with a Master of Arts in Maternal-Child Health Systems degree.
Art and science intersect in a performance piece created, in part, by a Bastyr researcher
Let the principles of mindfulness and non-judgment guide you along the path of a less stressful holiday season.
Bastyr experts weigh in on whether certain home remedies actually work.
This video health tip explores not just what you eat, but HOW you eat during the Holidays.
Bastyr University made history on November 7, 2015, raising a record $95,000 at the ninth annual event.
Gratitude has been scientifically shown to actually improve your health, providing benefit to well-being and quality of life.
University’s founders are honored and new president is officially welcomed.
Bastyr University's mind-body medicine guru, Dr. Brad Lichtenstein, ND, BCB, shares strategies to take a moment, take a breath, and take yourself to a much calmer, healthier place.
Congratulations to Bastyr University California Associate Dean for Naturopathic Medicine Joni Olehausen, ND, who was a finalist in two different categories in the San Diego Business Journal
Take advantage of the immune-boosting benefits of honey and vinegar in this spiced-up herbal preparation.
Some of your favorite fruits and vegetables could be just what your body needs to fight inflammation.
During Naturopathic Medicine Week 2015, we spread the word, started discussions and recognized the positive impact naturopathic medicine has on the human community. Here's an infographic roundup of what we learned!
Bastyr University students make the most of their summers, hiking, sailing, volunteering, training and studying the roots of medicine the world over. Have a look at the snapshots they sent of their summer adventures.
Halloween treats can be nutritious as well as fun and interactive — so get creative!
Dr. Leanna Standish and the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center fight fear and misconception about cancer with hard science, data, natural medicine — and with the compassion and tools that address a patient’s whole experience.
First official day of classes begins with spirit, excitement
Foods carrying the Fairtrade International (FLO) label may cost more, but farmers receive more per pound -- enough to promote traditional culture, education, and health.
From a small idea can grow big things