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Doctor holding felt heart. Saturday, February 1, 2014

February is a ‘Super’ Month to Highlight Bastyr's Winning Teams

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Midwives with parents and infantWednesday, January 29, 2014

Emi Yamasaki McLaughlin and Caitlin Wheaton develop a plan to expand access to midwives.

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Acupuncturist places needles in watermelonMonday, January 27, 2014

Researchers have figured out how to study electroacupuncture inside an MRI machine, enabling new investigation into stroke rehabilitation.

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Noyes with her mother at age 15 and as a Bastyr student on campus.Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Kara Noyes dropped out of high school to battle bone cancer. Now she treats patients at Bastyr's integrative oncology research clinic.

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Monday, January 13, 2014

Botanical medicine professor Jenn Dazey explains how simple soup ingredients can strengthen your resistance to sickness in her appearance on Q13 News Seattle.

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Monday, January 13, 2014

Bastyr's bravest mark the first day of the quarter by running down a forest trail to Lake Washington and charging into the chilly water. One wore a headcam.

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Bastyr students and employees run into Lake Washington.Thursday, January 2, 2014

Happy New Year! The start of 2014 means a clean slate, endless opportunity and the chance to do great things over the next 365 days.

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Acupuncture needles in skinWednesday, December 18, 2013

Beginning in fall 2014, the new program allows licensed acupuncturists to delve deeply into specialty training in oncology, advanced pain management or family medicine.

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Nutrition students in kitchenWednesday, December 4, 2013

Our newest degree builds on the success of our nutrition programs and adds a group-education focus.

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Leanna Standish speaks in a treatment room.Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Integrative cancer care may extend the lives of patients with advanced cancers, according to ongoing research at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center (BIORC).

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