Prostate cancer has been touted by some as an inevitable result of aging. That is an assumption worth questioning. Statistically, according to the National Cancer Institute, 1-in-6 men in the U.S.Read more »
Probiotics are yeast or bacterial organisms that exist in our intestines and have many health benefits. Health professionals continue to learn more about the immune-supporting aspects of these "beneficial bacteria."Read more »
As the temperature drops this autumn, hearty foods become more appealing and nourishing. One tasty type of vegetable to warm you up during the colder months is winter squash.Read more »
The word "watercress" may bring to mind dainty tea sandwiches and ladies wearing hats.Read more »
The idea of a pantry without sugar may sound a little bit, well... empty. But many less processed alternatives to common table sugar exist.Read more »
The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish per week (that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon) to help with heart health.Read more »
Calorie-Free. High calorie. Reduced calorie. These terms cover food packages and magazine covers. But what is a "calorie"?Read more »
The advice to drink eight to ten glasses of water a day can be intimidating, especially if you think water is boring.Read more »
Calvin Kwan, ND ('12), a clinical resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, explains this popular therapeutic technique.
Bastyr faculty member Wendy Gordon, CPM, LM, MPH co-authors study on birth outcomes.
Alumna Rachel Giordano, ND ('12) became an unlikely viral media star and a thoughtful commentator on gender and medicine.
Bastyr University Nutrition Faculty Member Receives Prestigious State Honor
The public is invited to a free community event to explore Bastyr University’s teaching clinic
Teaching clinic earns second consecutive year of stellar results in regional patient satisfaction survey