Be Well: Is Healthy Eating Too Expensive? You Can’t Afford Not to Try.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well On the surface, healthy eating seems like an easy enough task. After all, the most nutritious foods come straight from the earth; pure and unprocessed. But fresh whole foods are not always accessible to everyone. With... Read More ›
ACA President on the all-female executive leadership
American Chiropractic Association (ACA) President Michele Maiers on all-female executive leadership, new goals By Michele Maiers at Chiropractic Economics The first female president of the ACA talks chiropractic goals and the future of the field THIS PAST FEBRUARY the American Chiropractic... Read More ›
Be Well: The Hormone-Digestion Connection
The Hormone-Digestion Connection: From Postpartum to Perimenopause (and Beyond) From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine After giving birth last fall, the moments blur together in a montage of happy (and trying) times marked with around-the-clock nursing, 24/7 bouncing, and day-to-night babywearing. But one... Read More ›
WorkSiteRight talks Bad Posture Fixes with HuffPost
Got Bad Posture? Try These Expert-Approved Products To Improve It. By Nicole Pajer in Huffpost When the pandemic struck, those unaccustomed to working at home found themselves scrambling to put together makeshift workstations. Many spent the past year-plus using laptops... Read More ›
Be Well: How Millennials Are Shaping Health Care’s Future
The largest living generation is no longer reserving conventional care as the first stop in their health journey: “They remember the countless doctor visits and antibiotics of their youth. They just want to get to the root of the problem.”
Be Well: Fitness in Your 40s and Beyond
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.
Business Insider: Elevating the demands on healthcare professionals behind the scenes with NWHSU
Behind-the-scenes health workers like lab technicians and medical assistants are just as burned out as the rest. Experts worry what this means for recruiting and patient care. By Erica Sweeney at Business Insider The lab at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital in Texas... Read More ›
NWHSU grad elected to Idaho State legislature, awarded Chiropractor of the Year
NWHSU grad Greg Ferch, D.C. (1993) was elected to the Idaho State legislature in 2020. Dr. Ferch brings his background as a chiropractor to the position, serving on the Business and Health and Welfare committees. In part because of this... Read More ›
House reintroduces bill expanding chiropractic coverage
By Katherine Rushlau at Integrative Practitioner Bipartisan legislation to modernize Medicare coverage of chiropractic services was reintroduced last month in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act (H.R. 2654), introduced by Rep. Brian Higgins (D-N.Y.), would... Read More ›
Be Well: The ABCs of Massage Therapy
Looking for a way to release the chronic stress and tension our bodies have carried over the past year and a half? Let this local expert count the ways. Plus, setting the record straight on that one bodywork technique co-opted by the TikTok community. (Spoiler alert: Don’t try it at home.)