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Bastyr in the Media

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.

Bothell-Kenmore Reporter : KaBOOM! names Kenmore one of 151 most Playful City USA communities
Sierra Magazine: The Dorm Gets a Holistic Upgrade at Bastyr University
KOMO-4: Learn How to Prevent and Reverse Childhood Obesity
Kirkland Views: Bastyr University's Innovative Childhood Obesity Prevention Program
Shoreline Area News: Pilot program at Bastyr aims to prevent or reverse childhood obesity
Naturopathic Doctor News & Review: Bastyr University and Premera Blue Cross Launch Innovative Childhood Obesity Prevention Pilot Program
New Hope 360: Bastyr's Eric Yarnell, ND, Discusses 5 Herbs for Sexual Vitality
Mother Earth News: Bastyr University to Expand Into California with New Campus
425 Magazine: Bastyr Program Aims for Fruitful Results in Battle Against Children's Obesity
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce: Bastyr opening a San Diego campus
Shoreline Area News: Kenmore's Bastyr University to expand into California with new campus in San Diego
Naturopathic Doctor News & Review: Bastyr University Selects New Southern California Campus Location
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University to expand into California with new campus
Bothell KOMO: Bastyr to open 2nd campus in San Diego in 2012
Seattle Weekly: Local Nutritionist Jennifer Adler Wants More People to Eat Seaweed
Buffalo (N.Y.) News : Vegetarian Delights Abound at Colleges such as Bastyr
The Fremocentrist: Bastyr Offers Up Well-Child Visits To Keep Children Well
Sacramento Examiner : Ovarian hormone fluctuations may be the cause of many women's migraines
QualityHealth: Strawberries: The New "Apple a Day"?
Sacramento Examiner: How are magnesium and vitamin B complex combined to fight migraines and asthma?
Sacramento Examiner: How do you find out which brands of supplements contain too much lead?
Sunset: Perfect Day in St. Edward State Park Includes Visit to Bastyr Dining Commons
WebMD: Dr. Jamey Wallace Responds to Study that Finds Colon Cleansing May Be Risky
The Fremocentrist: Well-Child Visit Special On at Bastyr
White Drums: What’s the Best Calcium Supplement for You?

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Student & Alumni Profiles

David Tolmie, BS ('06), MLIS, combines psychology and technology skills to help students navigate the fast-changing world of evidence-informed medicine.

Coquina Deger, MBA, and David Siebert fill key roles as part of President’s Cabinet

Herbal sciences students cook up foods with love -- and health-giving herbs -- in a popular lab class.

Events

Apr 19 Continuing Ed

Cannabis has been used since antiquity for a range of therapeutic purposes. The current phenomenon of medical Cannabis use in the U.S. is not well supported by current scientific clinical research due to the legal restrictions of Schedule I status. Regardless, patients are accessing this plant medicine and clinicians are compelled to complete their knowledge base with regard to interaction with patients.
April 19, Sat, 8:30a.m.-5p.m.
Instructor: Michelle Sexton, ND, BS.
(7 CEUs, CMEs)

Apr 19 General

Learn how diet and lifestyle modifications can help you control and prevent type-2 diabetes.

Apr 19 General

Watch your classmates and co-workers battle it out in Top Chef style to raise money to feed the homeless youth of Seattle.

Press

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

Health Tips

Here are some ways to eat an inexpensive and well-balanced diet consisting of many nutritious whole foods.

Here's how to create a healthy posture to improve your health.

The main benefit of the Paleo diet is that it promotes eating whole, nutritious foods while avoiding refined, processed foods.

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