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Midwives with parents and infant

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

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Daniel Fenyvesi, MSN ('07), RD, sits with another volunteer at a health clinic.

As a Fulbright Scholar, Daniel Fenyvesi, MSN ('07), RD, will teach Nicaraguan students, train workers at a university health clinic, and collaborate with faculty on understanding the changing role of nutrition in a developing country.

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Sivesind provices acupuncture to patient in recliner

Sonja Sivesind, MSAOM ('08), LAc, joins a movement using group care to expand access to acupuncture.

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Artemis Morris, ND, LAc, in ethnobotanical garden.

Artemis Morris, ND, LAc, shows what an island known for wellness and longevity can teach the rest of us.

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Probiotic and antibiotic pills in a pair of hands

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

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Exercise science alumna Lisa Brudvik finds unexpected joys teaching fitness at a retirement community.

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Deena Lewis works in garden

Deena Lewis left a job at Microsoft to design landscapes as she learned in Bastyr's permaculture certificate program.

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Jody Noé, ND (’95), MS teaching outside

Jody Noé's childhood education in Cherokee herbalism led her to naturopathic medicine. Now she's a leader in integrative oncology and naturopathic nutrition for diabetes.

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Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl holding mead glasses

After meeting at Bastyr, Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl opened a meadery reflecting the herbal diversity of Eastern Washington.

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Bastyr alumna Tina Fogall, BS ('11), owns BigSpoon Jam.

The idea for BigSpoon Jam was hatched at Tina Fogall’s first class through Bastyr University, when she was introduced to the small-batch, local jams she learned to love and to share.

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