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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.

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?
WebMD: Dr. Jamey Wallace Responds to Study that Finds Colon Cleansing May Be Risky
Sunset: Perfect Day in St. Edward State Park Includes Visit to Bastyr Dining Commons
The Fremocentrist: Well-Child Visit Special On at Bastyr
White Drums: What’s the Best Calcium Supplement for You?
Pulse Naturopathy: Jane Guiltinan, ND, Discusses Women's Health and Naturopathy
425 Magazine: Bastyr University a Runner-Up in Multiple Categories for Best of 425
Downtown Seattle KOMO: Bastyr Nutritionist Jennifer Adler Looks to the Ocean for "Incredible" Food
The Herald (Everett, Wash.): Cynthia Lair, BA, CHN, Shares 3 Fresh Herbs to Make Your Summer Dishes Sing
The Environmental Magazine: Kicking the Gluten Habit
Men'sHealth: Beyond the Bloody Mary: The Benefits of Tomato Juice
Seattle Woman: Continuing Your Education at Bastyr University
KIRO-FM: Searching For Seaweed: An Edible Treasure Hunt with Bastyr's Jennifer Adler
U.S. News & World Report : Bastyr Among Top Colleges That Offer Courses, Choices for Vegetarians
WonderWoman.in : Bastyr's Eric Yarnell, ND, Shares Ancient Remedies, Modern Cures
Mothering.com: Penny Simkin to Receive Honorary Degree from Bastyr University
Mothering.com: Bastyr University Educator Dedicated to "Midwifing Future Midwives"
SFGate: Dr. Joseph Pizzorno Launches Solutions Health Advisor to Help People Determine Which Supplements They Should Be Taking
Redmond Patch: Cynthia Lair, BA, CHN, Explains How to Escape the School-Lunch Slump
Everyday Health: Christy Hofsess, PhD, Offers Tips for Meaningful Depression Support
Seattle's Child: Doula and Childbirth Education Pioneer Penny Simkin to Receive Honorary Bastyr Doctorate

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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.

Charles “Mac” Powell, PhD, becomes the fourth president in the institution’s history.

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

Health Tips

In this video health tip, Jonci Jensen, ND, core faculty at Bastyr University California shares 3 foods that will help you stay cool during the heat of summer.

Running has far more benefits than just getting into shape.

The overuse of antibiotics in livestock production is a growing public health issue, impacting humans, animals and the planet.

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