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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.

KOMO Radio: Bastyr University's Josh Rubinstein, ND, discusses natural allergy remedies on KOMO Radio
Q13 FOX News: Bastyr University's Kelly Morrow, MS, RD, CD, discusses the juice detox diet on Q13 FOX News
Metropolis (Tokyo): Simkin Center-Trained Doula Brings Her Practice to Japan
ParentMap: Penny Simkin Named a 2012 Superhero for Washington Families
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr welcomes Edward Furlong, crew of the film 'Matt's Chance'
Q13 FOX News: Bastyr Faculty Amy Frasieur Discusses Red Meat and Your Health
KIRO/97.3-FM: Mindful Eating: Getting Zen with Zucchini
Natural Awakenings San Diego: Bastyr University San Diego Campus Opens This Fall
Indian Country Today: Bastyr Nutritionist Helps Muckleshoot Tribe Reintroduce Traditional Fare
Natural Products Insider: Bastyr Faculty Tori Hudson, ND, Joins American Botanical Council
Naturopathic Doctor News & Review: Bastyr University Dean Appointed to NCCAM Advisory Council
MyNorthwest.com: Study: Are saunas the best way to rid your body of toxins?
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University dean appointed to NCCAM Advisory Council
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University is a hotbed for national award winners
Naturopathic Doctor News & Review: Bastyr University and Cascadia Community College Announce Partnership Creating New Opportunities in Higher Education
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University and Cascadia Community College announce partnership to benefit students
The Huffintgon Post: Black Tea May Slightly Lower Blood Pressure, Study Says
Pacific Northwest Magazine: Mindful eating is Bastyr chef's mission
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University wins three Natural Products Association Awards
National Products Insider: Bastyr Faculty, Founding President Among Recipients of National Products Awards
The Herald (Everett, Wash.): What you can do for a cold
Edmonds Beacon: Bastyr Opens Natural Medicine Clinic in Edmonds Senior Center
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program set to begin in fall 2012
Opposing Views: Bastyr on PETA's List of Most Vegan-Friendly Colleges
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Bastyr University set to celebrate its founder with yearlong series of events

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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

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.

Learn how these well-known herbs you might already have in your kitchen or garden can help you safely wind down.

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