Be Well: What You Need to Know about Keto Before Jumping on the Bandwagon

Keto 101: NWHSU nutrition specialist explains some of the benefits and risks of the low-carb, high-fat diet with Minneapolis.St.Paul Magazine.

NWHSU Dean selected as Innovator in Residence at Arizona State University

Nancy Rubin, our Dean of Continuing and Distance Education at Northwestern Health Sciences University, has been selected to be one of three Innovators in Residence at Arizona State University (ASU)’s ShapingEDU project. ASU ShapingEDU Innovators in Residence are education changemakers… Read More ›

Contributing to Health Policy Discussions: A Strategic Priority of Northwestern Health Sciences University

In a recently released policy statement titled, Looking Beyond the Opioid Abuse Epidemic, lead author Dr. Michele Maiers calls attention to research that supports, and best practice guidelines that recommend, the use of treatment approaches that complementary and integrative health professionals provide to patients.

Be Well: Playing it Safe in Youth Sports

Concussions are not the only concern for kids in contact sports. Keep your young athletes healthy and healed after injury with these tips. from NWHSU\’s experts and Minneapolis.St.Paul Magazine.

Be Well: How Employers Are Bringing the Doctor to You

Getting to the doctor during the work day can be a tricky task. But when onsite health care like WorkSiteRight is an option, your wellness becomes top priority.

Be Well: An Alternative Approach to Treating Autoimmune Diseases

NWHSU and Minneapolis.St.Paul Magazine take an alternative approach to treating autoimmune diseases. When medication alone doesn’t work, therapies like Traditional Chinese Medicine, massage, and nutrition may ease symptoms.

Be Well: Fitness in Your 40s

Whether you’re training for that summer race or battling the new aches of daily life, there’s a lot you can do to stay on top of your game.

NWHSU featured on MPR News: taking former Argosy students

Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington says it is taking in hundreds of students left behind when Argosy University in Eagan suddenly closed.

NWHSU to accept students from closed school

Northwestern Health Sciences University steps forward to help 200 affected by Argosy shuttering.

Be Well: Massaging Your Mind

Minneapolis.St.Paul Magazine explores how touch therapy can treat mental illness. NWHSU specialist sees promising results in the reduction of anxiety, depression, and more.