Worried about reports that link grilling with carcinogens? Reduce your cancer risk with these simple techniques.Read more »
Everywhere you look, there is a different “magic” number of glasses of water you should be drinking: Is it six glasses per day or is it eight?Read more »
This "Super Seven" go-to guide will help jump-start your creativity, allowing you to sample these raw, nutritious and low-calorie contributions with your favorite meals.Read more »
Fiber. We've all heard about how we need more of it, but how important is it really to our health?Read more »
We've all heard the advice, "Eat more whole food." But what exactly is whole food? And is it affordable?Read more »
When it comes to bone health, you may think of nutrients such as calcium and vitamin D or minerals including magnesium, boron and zinc, which can be beneficial for protecting bones from fracture. However, there is another nutrient that often flies under the radar although it is equally important in long-term bone health: vitamin K.Read more »
Superfoods claim to lower bad cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, help control weight and support a long life, all without any harmful side effects.Read more »
As someone who suffers from migraines on an annual basis, periods of high stress in my life have been punctuated with memories of intense headaches.Read more »
Choline has become a popular topic in nutrition recently with many supplement companies and health experts promoting it. But what is choline and why do we need it?Read more »
Bisphenol A (BPA) is ubiquitous in our society; it is in toys, baby bottles, vinyl goods, medical equipment and a host of other everyday products. It’s also in our urine: In a recent survey done by the National Health Nutrition Survey, BPA was detected in urine samples of 92.6 percent of Americans.Read more »
Students volunteer as trainers for hard-charging volleyball players at Emerald City Classic.
Deena Lewis left a job at Microsoft to design landscapes as she learned in Bastyr's permaculture certificate program.
You've heard about the soggy, sun-deprived Pacific Northwest. Here's the shocking truth (it's pretty great).
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, The Princeton Review highlights Bastyr University's commitment to "going green".
"In many cases, healthy lifestyle choices are often more effective than pharmaceutical care, and actually decrease the incidence of diabetes, heart attacks and other circulatory problems.”
The School of Traditional World Medicines will house Bastyr University's acupuncture, Oriental medicine and ayurveda programs, along with future programs drawing on medicine from around the world.