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As leaders in natural medicine education and clinical services, Bastyr physicians, health care practitioners and faculty members provide their expertise on television, online and in newspapers, magazines and radio.

Q13 FOX News: Bastyr University's Jamie Corroon, ND, Discusses 'Better Sleep, Better Energy' on FOX Q13
Fremocentrist.com : Bastyr University's Cynthia Lair Talks About ‘Choosing the Right Sweetener For You’
Energy Times: Visionaries: John Bastyr, Naturopathic Revivalist
Shoreline Area News: Bastyr Alumna connects area farms with local Food Banks
Physicians Who Listen: Bastyr University California Opens
San Diego Business Journal: Bastyr University Opens Campus in Sorrento Valley
KOMO News Radio : Bastyr University's Mary Purdy Joins the Organic vs. Nonorganic Foods Debate
Redmond Reporter: Bastyr alum connects area farms with Hopelink and other food banks
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University's California branch opening soon
Bellevue Patch: Local Farms Bring Organic Produce to Hopelink, Food Banks
Kirkland Patch: Bastyr Alumna Connects Area Farms with Local Food Banks
Redmond Patch: Local Farms Bring Organic Produce to Hopelink, Food Banks
Natural Standard: Bastyr University Opens San Diego Campus
Primary Care Progress: "Naturopath: Is That Some Kind Of Magician?" by Bastyr ND Student Krystal Plonski
KIRO Radio: Bastyr University's Jennifer Adler discusses Seaweed 101 on KIRO Radio
Seattle Magazine: Bastyr University Alumni Catherine Darley, N.D. Shares Natural Remedies for Insomnia
NDNR: Bastyr University's Katie Strobe First Naturopathic Medical Student to be Awarded Poncin Scholarship
KOMO4-TV: Bastyr University's Dr. Abigail Aiyepola discusses BCNH's "Well Child Visits" on KOMO4-TV
Huffington Post: How Naturopathic Doctors Are Proving the Value of Integrative Medicine
KOMO4-TV: Bastyr University's Dr. Jason Allen Discusses Sauna Detox
Huffington Post: Bastyr University Clinical Research Center Studies How the Turkey Tail Mushroom Helps the Immune System Fight Cancer
KOMO4-TV: Bastyr University's Dr. Sheila Kingsbury discusses the Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail
Q13 FOX News: Bastyr alumni Peter Bongiorno, ND, LAc, and Pina LoGiudice, ND, LAc, discuss the rise of natural medicine on Q13 FOX News
Medical News Today: Bastyr University partners with Group Health Research Institute to show the benefits of naturopathic care in Type 2 Diabetes
Everett Herald: Bastyr University opens naturopathic clinic in concert with the Edmonds Senior Center

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A $100,000 grant from The Seattle Rotary Service Foundation will fund the construction as part of the Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail and Garden.

Four new wellness teas* will be available online this month and in stores in fall.

This is the largest-ever North American observational study to assess integrative oncology for advanced cancer patients.

Health Tips

Try these simple techniques at home to help improve blood flow throughout your body, which can keep your immune system strong and improve your energy.

Four important things to consider when purchasing or using vitamins and supplements.

Grass-fed meat contains more anti-inflammatory fats, and more vitamins and minerals, than grain-fed meat.

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