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Be Well: Racism As a Public Health Threat. How Did We Get Here?
By Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well As our community continues to reel from the killings of George Floyd and Daunte Wright, another crisis is making headlines. Just last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared racism a "serious public... Read More ›
Building Community for Veterans at NWHSU
Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) is a Military Friendly® school with a long history of welcoming veteran students. One of those students is future-chiropractor and current Army Engineer Alex Grubish, who became president of the Veteran’s Club during COVID-19.   Before... Read More ›
Be Well: Breaking Through the Glass Slipper
From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well The 75-year-old woman arrived at Dr. Stacy Boone-Vikingson’s chiropractic office, feeling extremely down. She had unrelenting pain and was dejected because she could no longer dance. The woman, a former professional dancer who continued doing... Read More ›
NWHSU Condemns Bigotry Toward Asian-Americans
President Deb Bushway shared the following in an email to the NWHSU community. In the past year, anti-Asian hate crimes have continued to escalate.  As an educational institution, we denounce these crimes and stand in solidarity with Asian, Asian-American, and... Read More ›
MedCity News: Chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists are decreasing frontline worker burnout
Chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists are decreasing frontline worker burnout By Michele Maiers at MedCity News Healthcare workers have experienced unimaginable trauma in the last year. Until recently, frontline healthcare worker’s mental health has been an afterthought. According to a... Read More ›
NCMIC awards several NWHSU students in Bucks for Boards
NCMIC Announces Bucks For Boards Scholarship Recipients NCMIC announced the 2020 fourth quarter recipients of its popular Bucks for Boards quarterly scholarships. Each recipient was awarded $500 to help defray the cost of NBCE chiropractic board exams. Winners include these... Read More ›
NWHSU Celebrates 80 Years
In 1941, Northwestern College of Chiropractic opened with a vision and three students. Eighty years later, Northwestern Health Sciences University has proudly expanded on that legacy: with 11 fields of study and more than 7,500 graduates. NWHSU serves our community... Read More ›
NWHSU’s Dr. Renee’s Tips for Supporting Immunity
Tips for supporting Immunity By Dick Benson at Alternative Medicine As we enter the winter months immunity support is even more critical to reduce the impact of being infected by COVID-19. On top of the stress from the new normal... Read More ›
NWHSU’s Michele Maiers named interim President of WFC
The World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) Board of Directors announced that Dr Vivian Kil, of the Netherlands, has stepped down from the office of President of the World Federation of Chiropractic. In a letter to the Board, she cited a... Read More ›
Be Well: The Benefits of Touch Therapy for Cancer
Potent treatments often come with potent side effects. Integrative therapies can support the mind, body, and spirit during cancer care and recovery.