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Meyers-Jax Talks Zinc with Parade Magazine
New Research Says Zinc Can Help Treat the Common Cold, So Here Are 20 Zinc-Rich Foods to Add to Your Shopping Cart.  Parade Magazine Whether it’s loading up on vitamin C, sipping tea or eating a warm bowl of chicken soup, you probably have... Read More ›
Remembering Dr. Joseph J. Sweere
Dr. Joseph J. Sweere passed away on Sunday, November 21, leaving behind an incredible legacy here at Northwestern Health Sciences University, and more broadly in the field of chiropractic.  Dr. Sweere has been a mentor, colleague, and friend to so... Read More ›
Dr. BurnsRyan talks Whole-Person Chiropractic Care in The Essential Guide to Alternative Medicine
Dr. Katie BurnsRyan spoke with The Essential Guide to Alternative Medicine about chiropractic care as whole-person care. "Chiropractors always look at the person first," she shared. "The health of the spine is important, of course, and that may involve adjustments, but... Read More ›
Be Well: We All Have Trauma on the Brain
Living in chronic stress doesn’t just change your perspective; integrative health care providers say it physically alters the mind (and even your organ systems). By Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Stress can be a driving force for productivity—the edge we need to complete... Read More ›
Northwestern Health Sciences University Launches Master of Health Science in Integrative Care
New completely online program empowers practitioners, administrators and healthcare leaders to create a patient-centric and holistic healthcare ecosystem BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – November 10, 2021 – Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU), the premier evidence-based integrative health institution of higher education headquartered... Read More ›
Be Well: The Chinese Medicine Approach to Common Conditions
Aches and pains don’t have to be an accepted part of life. A root cause is usually at play, say natural health providers, and individualized treatments for things like headaches, lower back pain, and ear infections can help reverse course.... Read More ›
A Rewarding Career as a Neurology Diplomate: Drs. Zaremba and DeBeer
NWHSU recently launched a postdoctoral Chiropractic Neurology Continuing Education program. After 300 hours of instruction, students are prepared to sit for examination and ultimately gain diplomate status with the International Board of Chiropractic Neurology (IBCN) of the International Academy of... Read More ›
Meyers-Jax Breaks Down the Nutritional Value of Salmon Bowls with Parade Magazine
Nutritionists break down why Emily Mariko’s Salmon bowl is #Healthgoals on a plate By Ericka Sweeny at Parade By now, you’ve surely seen TikTokker Emily Mariko’s video of her go-to recipe for using leftover salmon and rice. It’s been viewed 10s of million times and... Read More ›
Gosse Talks to Parade Magazine about auriculotherapy
'Ear Seeding' Is All Over TikTok, and That's Because It May Come With a Lot of Health Benefits—Here's Everything You Need to Know By Erica Sweeny at Parade Whether it’s on social media or while out and about, you may... Read More ›
From Bedridden to Half Marathon Training: TBI Success Story at Sweere Clinic
How one woman is thriving despite her Traumatic Brain Injury with the help of Dr. Erik Reis at the Sweere Clinic, and why she’s fighting to ensure other women can access this care.  Paula Walters is an impressive woman by... Read More ›