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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.

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: Bastyr University Educator Dedicated to "Midwifing Future Midwives"
Mothering.com: Penny Simkin to Receive Honorary Degree from Bastyr University
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
KING-5 HealthLink: Are you getting the right supplements? Take an online quiz
Good Cheer Garden Blog : Bastyr University Naturopathic students in service!
Bothell KOMO: Bastyr University Announces Keynote Commencement Speaker
seattlepi.com: Bastyr Celebrates HerbDay with Exotics to Hypnotics
The Fremocentrist: Learn To Limit Toxins in Your Home
KING-5: "Evening Magazine" Features Bastyr's Student Village on Earth Day
India Currents: Bastyr's Dr. Ryan Bradley Explains How Herbs and Spices Improve Health
Bothell KOMO: Bastyr University celebrates HerbDay
King County (Wash.) Newsroom : King County honors environmental leaders with Green Globe Awards
Shoreline Area News: Tour Bastyr University's Student Village This Weekend April 16-17
GalTime Seattle : Bastyr Clinic Director Dr. Jamey Wallace Offers Natural Tips to Fight Allergies
Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Ready to Play Ball at Bastyr University
Bothell KOMO: Bastyr Reopens Athletic Fields on Saturday
The Herald (Everett, Wash.): Why chicken soup is good for you

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Donation will help establish scholarship fund for students in financial need

Monthly Death Cafes at Bastyr Center for Natural Health begin April 23, 2014.

Bastyr University Nutrition Faculty Member Receives Prestigious State Honor

Health Tips

Making your own holiday gifts is a fun, unique way to spread holiday cheer while staying on budget.

Light boxes, exercise, vitamin D and other steps can help winter moods without the side effects of pharmaceuticals.

Game meats are lower in calories, total fat and saturated fat than farmed meat.

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