Rhode Island is now one of 23 states to provide licensed natural medicine.Read more »
Cheryl Chan, a professional doula in the Philippines, traveled all the way to Bastyr’s Simkin Center for her training. Learn about her journey to becoming a doula, birth culture, and what drew her to the Simkin Center.Read more »
Hear from Joshua Goldenburg, ND, who is leading Bastyr University's research efforts on Irritable Bowel Syndrome.Read more »
These five students shared wisdom and words of encouragement in front of hundreds of classmates, colleagues, friends, and family. Hear their personal stories and where they're headed!Read more »
Dr. Jing Meng and her team of faculty and students are exploring alternative treatments to prostate cancer through the study of Chinese medicinal herbs.Read more »
Two Bastyr University students spend their spring break volunteering with non-profit organization Naturopaths without Borders.Read more »
Bastyr University celebrates Research Week 2017, with the Faculty Research Symposium on May 31 and the Student Research Symposium on June 2.Read more »
A "Cut Throat" competition helps Seattle teens in need.Read more »
Bastyr University has announced that AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine will become the AOMA College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine within the University.Read more »
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