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Banners with many signaturesWednesday, April 30, 2014

Bastyr acupuncturists join a volunteer effort to treat grieving families and emergency workers.

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Three Bastyr student chefs hold the winning dish.Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The event raised a record-breaking $4,000 for Teen Feed, an organization that helps Seattle’s homeless youth.

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Gov. Martin O'Malley with others at bill signingMonday, April 21, 2014

Naturopathic doctors can become licensed health care providers as Maryland becomes the latest state recognizing naturopathic medicine.

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David Tolmie in libraryThursday, April 17, 2014

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

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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

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Student prepares cilantro in the botanical medicine laboratory.Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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

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Mariel Hemingway in her garden in Malibu, CaliforniaThursday, April 3, 2014

The actor and author joins us for a Q-and-A before her May 22 talk at Bastyr's Spring for Health Luncheon.

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Spring 2014: There is a lot blossoming at Bastyr University

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Walia in campus gardenMonday, March 17, 2014

A mysterious illness transformed Priya Walia's vision of medicine and gave her a plan for her future.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Calvin Kwan, ND ('12), a clinical resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, explains this popular therapeutic technique.

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Health Tips

These simple tips can help provide relief from seasonal allergies so you can enjoy spring again.

Stainless steel and glass bottles are the safest options for you to drink water out of.

The northern latitude of Seattle allows its residents to make vitamin D from sunshine for only eight months out of the year, but excess amounts are stored for use in the winter, so be sure to soak it up while you can.

You can save money and preserve the flavor of your nuts, oils and whole grains by keeping them cool.

It's easy to hand your compost over to Seattle's curbside pickup program, but why give away your valuable scraps when you can use them to add nutritents to your own garden?

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