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Photo of Benjamin Lynch, ND ('07)Monday, October 28, 2013

Nearly 300 health care providers came to campus for a first-of-its kind, two-day conference on Methylation and Clinical Nutrige

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Learn about the medicinal benefits of the Choice Organic Wellness Teas created in a partnership with Bastyr University from Dhaval Dhru, MD, chair of the Department of Ayurvedic Sciences.

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Friday, October 18, 2013

Nutrition faculty member Cynthia Lair shows how cooking can be a form of meditation.

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Tray of dissection instruments in student's handsFriday, October 18, 2013

Dr. Rebecca Love takes naturopathic students on a journey terrifying for some, exhilarating for others and deeply significant for nearly all.

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Friday, October 18, 2013

Returning students offer advice on getting through your first year of natural medicine school.

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Inflatable pumpkin at Haunted TrailsThursday, October 3, 2013

Fall is here, and with the cooler temperatures and crisper air come Bastyr events as refreshing as a cup of cider. Here are a few of the happenings at our campuses and clinics this month.

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Roger Fernandes speaks to conferenceThursday, October 3, 2013

Tribal leaders organize to improve nutrition policy at "Our Food Is Our Medicine" conference at Bastyr's Kenmore campus.

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Probiotic and antibiotic pills in a pair of handsTuesday, October 1, 2013

Bastyr researchers find strong benefit to probiotics, leading hospitals to rethink policy.

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Students at campfireThursday, September 19, 2013

Erin Hayford sends this beautiful personal account of Revival, a student-organized camping trip for naturopathic medicine students and doctors to reconnect with the power of their medicine.

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Bastyr students make the most of their summers — hiking, volunteering, training, kicking back, and studying the world over. See their photos.

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