Purchasing food grown closer to your home will provide great health, economic and environmental benefits.
Bastyr University has announced that AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine will become the AOMA College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine within the University.
Choice Organic Teas teamed up with Bastyr to introduce a delicious mushroom tea line.
Bastyr University students visit Sacramento, CA to advocate for natural medicine.
Bastyr Naturopathic Medicine student spreads holistic message to Tanzanian village.
Bastyr University California student Pedi Mirdamadi (pictured first on the left) co-founds the AIHM Student Alliance.
The Bastyr Student Union has several events planned to celebrate Black History Month, from open discussions to film screenings.
Regulation will mean more opportunity for N.D. graduates. The culmination of over twenty years of advocacy, on January 11, Governor Baker added Massachusetts to the list of states that acknowledge the value of alternative healthcare from a qualified professional. Massachusetts will become the 22nd U.S. jurisdiction to regulate naturopathic medicine...
Donna Jacobson, a patient at the Bastyr Clinic in San Diego, shares her story of battling breast cancer and the treatment she received at the clinic.
Bastyr University introduces its newest program offering, an accredited Doctorate of Acupuncture Medicine program.
Naturopathic Medicine Week 2-16 was a huge success at Bastyr University.Scroll to the bottom to see our video explaining the 6 Principles of Naturopathic Medicine.
Veterans are twice as likely to develop chronic conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Learn more about how the Bastyr Clinic for Natural Health can help to combat these diseases.
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.
Bastyr University will continue the tradition of honoring alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends who have distinguished themselves through outstanding professional and personal achievement as well as loyal service to the University and the field of natural health science with its 2016 Founders’ Awards Fundraising Dinner.
Dr. Brendan Smith, ND, discusses the more holistic approach to diabetes and cardiovascular care that the Bastyr Clinic for Natural Health offers patients.
Bastyr Faculty Member and Assistant Research Scientist, Laurie Mischley, ND, PhD, MPH, and her colleagues share the impact of diet, exercise and lifestyle on PRO-PD scores at the Fourth World Parkinson Congress.
A lifelong athlete and artist, naturopathic medicine student Kelly Buechel connects those passions with the creation of an inspirational mural depicting “vis medicatrix naturae.”
Deborah Zucker, ND, aims to help readers of "The Vitality Map" find real and lasting health breakthroughs as they journey into the deeper dimensions of health — beneath the symptoms, habits, diets and exercises.
New continuing education course brings more yin to our yang-focused society, whether you’re interested in being a certified yoga instructor or just want to cultivate your depth of awareness and knowledge of yin and yang.
Through a partnership with the nonprofit charter school EJE Academy, naturopathic clinicians at Bastyr University California are offering free health care to students and their families in an underserved region of San Diego
The third annual LGBT event honors Bastyr University's Ali Tromblay, LM, CPM, with the Community Champion Award for dedicating her life to supporting women’s health and equal access to care.
Students in their final year of the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts program share 10 original dishes with invited guests at their al fresco dinner that culminates two years of studying whole foods at Bastyr University.
Hannah Tripp and Haley Turner hope the garden they created as part of a Bastyr nutrition class helps teach children and their families healthy eating habits.
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.