Planning your picnic in advance can gives you more time to enjoy your family and the great outdoors.
Bastyr students and faculty raised a record $4,500 for homeless youth at the fifth annual cooking competition.
The additional space means more amenities for students, faculty and staff
You’re invited to a colorful party in the Bastyr University Gardens on Saturday, May 30. Come celebrate spring with fun and educational activities for all ages.
So don't rush things. Because anything worth having, is worth waiting for.
The first Bastyr University California event raised money for student scholarships.
Bastyr University’s nutrition programs focus on the whole picture of foods and wellness.
Follow Trevor Clark, a graduate from Bastyr’s herbal sciences program, as he plans a two-month solo canoe trip along the Alabama Scenic River Trail studying herbal plants.
Two April talks led by botanical medicine experts will highlight the importance of herbs ahead of National HerbDay.
After nearly three decades at Bastyr, a beloved professor is honored for his contributions.
The keynote speaker at the annual event that supports uncompensated care services at Bastyr Center for Natural Health brings a broad range of experience as a physician, researcher and expert in public health and health policy.
These simple tips can help provide relief from seasonal allergies so you can enjoy spring again.
The class project gives students the opportunity to teach what they’ve learned about whole-person wellness to a unique patient population.
Bastyr University was well-represented at the Washington D.C. convention, with students from both campuses as well as faculty attending.
Instructor Shailinder Sodhi, ND (‘93), draws on roots to spread traditional Indian medicine.
Dr. Hayes is the the former Washington State Health Officer and the 2010 recipient of the Bastyr University's most prestigious honor, the Mission Award.
Program opens door to psychology careers beyond one-on-one therapy.
Alumnus Andrew Brandeis, ND (’08), develops app to connect doctors with the wisdom of their peers.
Naturopathic students excel on standardized test on path to professional licensure.
While winter narrows our options, there are still many ways to stay active and fit.
Dog-walking and other tips to work exercise into your daily life.
Community gathers to mourn, reflect and seek healing for racial wounds.
Melody Keller, ND (‘10), treats fatigue and chronic conditions in eastern Montana.
Master’s programs in public health, maternal-child health and nutrition prepare students to create systemic change.
Light boxes, exercise, vitamin D and other steps can help winter moods without the side effects of pharmaceuticals.