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Be Well: What to Expect When Things are Unexpected
In an era where in-office prenatal visits are limited, pregnant women are going it more alone than ever. But all that anxiety doesn’t have to be a bad thing—here, ways to help side effects work in your favor when the doctor is not (physically) in.
NWHSU Alum Lesley Scibora Educates Undergraduates from an Integrative Perspective
NWHSU alum Lesley Scibora, D.C., Ph.D., knows a thing or two about bones. Dr. Scibora earned her doctor of chiropractic degree in 1998; and then went on to earn a Ph.D. in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota in 2011.... Read More ›
WorkSiteRight shares recommendations while working from home with KSTP
More people are heading back to work as the state continues its reopening process. However, some employees are still working from home. Those who are dealing with difficulties related to that are not alone. 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS spoke with WorkSiteRight's... Read More ›
NWHSU Alum and Faculty Publishes Traditional Chinese Medicine Research
NWHSU alum, Assistant Adjunct Professor and Associate Clinic Faculty, Kim Christensen, was recently published research data in the journal Global Advances in Health and Medicine on Acceptance of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The data was... Read More ›
Be Well: 5 Water Basics You May Not Know (But Should)
From meds that dehydrate to foods that fuel, a NWHSU specialist shares hydration tips just in time for summer.
MASSAGE Magazine asks NWHSU’s Michele Renee about Massage Schools, Students and Coronavirus
MASSAGE Magazine: MASSAGE SCHOOLS, STUDENTS AND CORONAVIRUS On April 27, MASSAGE Magazine interviewed Michele Renee of NWHSU's Director of Integrative Care and VP for Alliance for Massage Therapy Education. They chatted via Zoom about the status of massage schools and... Read More ›
Expert Advice on Improving Your Home Work Station
When states began to issue stay-at-home orders in March and many people started working from home, everyone thought that it would be temporary. Now, instead of bringing home their laptops every once in a while, large numbers of people are... Read More ›
Be Well: Food Therapy for Stress and Anxiety
While nostalgic snacks provide instant gratification, they can have a boomerang effect. It’s more important than ever to think of food as medicine. Bonus content: Comfort food recipes that pack a healthy punch.
WCA Foundation Awards Northwestern Health Sciences University $18,000 Grant to Provide Scholarships for Low Income and Minority Students
Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU), the premier evidence-based integrative health learning center, announces that it is the recipient of an $18,000 grant awarded from the WCA Foundation. The money from this grant will provide scholarships for low-income and minority students,... Read More ›
NWHSU Establishes New College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
It is with great excitement we announce the opening of a new college for NWHSU, The College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (CACM), announced Deborah Bushway, president and CEO of Northwestern Health Sciences University. “We’re thrilled to be able to... Read More ›