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NCMIC awards several NWHSU students in Bucks for Boards
NCMIC Announces Bucks For Boards Scholarship Recipients NCMIC announced the 2020 fourth quarter recipients of its popular Bucks for Boards quarterly scholarships. Each recipient was awarded $500 to help defray the cost of NBCE chiropractic board exams. Winners include these... Read More ›
The Unsung Self-Care Practice for Pandemic Aches and Pains
From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well  As a safe, structured outlet for social and physical contact, massage therapy addresses the shadow pandemic rising in the wake of COVID-19: touch starvation. Massage therapy may seem like the last thing you’d think to... Read More ›
Self-Massage Tips from NWHSU featured by Forbes
How Massage Therapy Enhances Work Performance And Career Success By Bryan Robinson, Ph.D. for Forbes If you’re like many employees working from home, you might ask your spouse, partner or another family member for a massage while you’re working. But... Read More ›
American Chiropractic Association Elects Dr. Michele Maiers to Serve as President
Northwestern Health Sciences University students and alumni recognized by ACA for significant contributions to chiropractic profession.  BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – February 17, 2021 – Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU), the premier evidence-based integrative health learning center, is proud to recognize the... Read More ›
Be Well: The Allure of Acupuncture
From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well The pandemic has upended some industries entirely, leaving workers scrambling to figure out their Plan B. As they weigh their options, they’re considering the staying power of other occupations. A mainstay of traditional Chinese medicine dating... Read More ›
WorkSiteRight helps Martha Stewart Living prepare for gardening season
Seven Garden Kneeling Benches That'll Help Protect Your Knees and Back By Caroline Biggs at Martha Stewart Living For as fun and beneficial as gardening can be, it can also wreak havoc on your joints and back. "Prolonged poor posture,... Read More ›
NWHSU’s Dr. Bushway discusses education, innovation, and technology with EdScoop
From Biden administration, higher ed leaders want connectivity, innovation, support By Colin Wood at EdScoop With President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden, a community college professor, in the White House, university leaders and edtech executives told EdScoop they’re... Read More ›
Be Well: A Naturopathic Guide to Vitamins and Supplements
From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well It’s not your imagination. The stresses and lifestyle changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic are disrupting sleep, exercise habits, healthy eating—and are making many people feel unwell. Add to that, well, winter. So, it’s a... Read More ›
NWHSU Celebrates 80 Years
In 1941, Northwestern College of Chiropractic opened with a vision and three students. Eighty years later, Northwestern Health Sciences University has proudly expanded on that legacy: with 11 fields of study and more than 7,500 graduates. NWHSU serves our community... Read More ›
NWHSU’s Dr. Renee’s Tips for Supporting Immunity
Tips for supporting Immunity By Dick Benson at Alternative Medicine As we enter the winter months immunity support is even more critical to reduce the impact of being infected by COVID-19. On top of the stress from the new normal... Read More ›