Northwestern Health Sciences University Announces New Chair in Biomechanics and Human Performance, Endowed by Foot Levelers
As the new chair, Dr. Andrew Klein will advance teaching and research in biomechanics. Bloomington, MN and Roanoke, VA – May 4, 2022 – Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU), headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, and Foot Levelers, Inc., of Roanoke, Virginia,... Read More ›
TIME: Why Acupuncture is Going Mainstream in Medicine
Sarah Weaver, MFA, MOm, BCTMB, LAc, DiplOM, was quoted in the TIME  article "Why Acupuncture is Going Mainstream in Medicine" by Elizabeth Millard. Why Acupuncture Is Going Mainstream in Medicine By Elizabeth Millard at TIME When the opioid addiction crisis began to... Read More ›
Be Well: How Anxiety Can Present in Tots and Teens
The younger the child, the bigger the feels, says a Twin Cities pediatric expert. Kids are feeling more on edge than usual—learn how to help them navigate the big feelings through diet changes, calming rituals, supplements, and more. by: Mpls.St.Paul... Read More ›
Meyer-Jax Talks Breakfast with Huffington Post
Why You Shouldn't Skip Breakfast, Even If You're Not Hungry It might not seem worth it to make a morning meal, but there can be payoffs later in the day. By Erica Sweeney for Huffington Post  It’s always said that... Read More ›
Be Well: Working in Wellness: The Chinese Herbal Difference
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are among the fastest-growing professions in natural health care today. Learn why Northwestern Health Sciences University is working hard to make a discernible difference in the industry with its leading-edge doctorate program. By Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Northwestern... Read More ›
Congratulations Rahul Bhakta, 2022 Newman Civic Fellow
NWHSU student Rahul Bhakta was selected as a Campus Compact 2022 Newman Civic Fellow. Bhakta is a second year Chiropractic student and president of NWHSU’s chapter of the  Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA). The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and... Read More ›
Meyer-Jax Talks Race Day Fuel with Nike
What to Eat Before You Run a Race, According to Experts By Elizabeth Millard at Nike Whether you're running your first 5K or clearing a space for another marathon finisher medal, most runners gearing up for competition find themselves asking the same... Read More ›
Meyer-Jax Talks Caffeine and Working Out with Nike
The Benefits of Drinking Coffee Before and After Working Out, According to Experts By Elizabeth Millard at Nike You're gearing up to work out and although you've hydrated, you're also considering drinking a coffee before your workout for an extra... Read More ›
Be Well: Can Your Body Be a Fat-Burning Engine?
Having the ability to “reset” our metabolism is a promise made by special diets, supplements, and exercise routines—but is there any merit to these claims? Or is it just all clever marketing? A Twin Cities dietitian weighs in. By Mpls.St.Paul... Read More ›
NWHSU Expertise Informs New White Paper from RAND on CIH and Public Health
RAND Corporation published new research informed by a panel conversation in which Dr. Michele Maiers, Executive Director of Research and Innovation, participated last year. The paper (Incorporating Complementary and Integrative Health Providers in the Public Health Pandemic Response: Lessons from... Read More ›