Homeopathic medicines assist your body in its natural direction toward healing through a principle known as “like curing like,” in which the medicine resembles the symptoms.Read more »
Drinking plenty of fluids is one way to flush out the toxins your body absorbs through alcohol, but a few powerful antioxidants, herbs and minerals also can help put you back on the path to wellness.Read more »
You can argue that vegetables and fruits are healthier when eaten raw, but cooking them also produces different nutrients and benefits that are worth exploring.Read more »
Home treatment options can be as simple as applying medicine daily or covering the wart with duct tape to kill the growth.Read more »
Simple eating strategies can help you avoid the "holiday 10."Read more »
The Environmental Working Group compiles a list of the fruits and vegetables with the highest amounts of pesticides and fungicides to help consumers make informed decisions about when to buy organic.Read more »
If you have trouble sleeping, there are natural ways to get your body back on track.Read more »
After just a few days into his three-week journey, Bastyr dietetic intern Matt Keen realized he would have to expand his diet beyond beef jerky and trail mix.Read more »
Sushi lovers beware: It does matter what types of fish are rolled up in that nori. With the help of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, you can select fish that is healthier for both you and the environment.Read more »
Our newest degree builds on the success of our nutrition programs and adds a group-education focus.
Integrative oncology may extend the lives of patients with advanced cancers, according to ongoing research at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center (BIORC).
It is hard to believe another calendar year is near its end.
Halloween festivities run Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 18-19 and 25–26, 2013.
Celebrate the first Naturopathic Medicine Week with a talk on "How Naturopathic Medicine Can Help You" and other free events at our Wallingford teaching clinic.
Bastyr University's San Diego Campus sees major growth in first year; more expected in year two.