“Naturopathic Medicine is Growing in U.S. Medical Centers of Excellence.” More Americans are seeking complementary and natural health care providers as they focus on wellness, prevention, and whole-person care. Increasingly, consumers can find licensed naturopathic doctors as members of the professional clinical teams at medical centers of excellence around the United States.
Master’s of Nutrition graduate Lucas Schubert is helping Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri launch the new Food as Medicine Everyday classes. In this news segment, “Make Your Own Vinaigrette Salad Dressing with Just 7 Ingredients,” Lucas shares tips about common spices, oils, dry goods, and other foods that everyone should keep in their …
NUNM’s FAMI and FAME founder is featured in “Dr. Julie Briley–Success Story” in a story from the American Association of Naturopathic Medical Colleges. “There is demand for our medicine and there are many ways to deliver it; the challenge is to figure out what works to your strengths.”
In “At NUNM: You Can Become the Physician You Want to Be,” the AANMC features the NUNM value proposition that NUNM offers its students to become the physician of their dreams. In years long past, the family doctor was seen as an extension of the family—a trusted authority who covered a family’s care from birth to …
NUNM Assistant Professor Gaia Mather, ND, discusses why hydrotherapy is a powerful healing tool, how it works, and provides some tips on using hydrotherapy at home. “Healing with Hydrotherapy“
NUNM Professor Roger Batchelor, LAc, is interviewed about pain relief from acupuncture and its use to help mitigate opioid dependence and withdrawal in Bottom Line Health’s “Unconventional Wisdom” column: “Acupuncture: The Go-To-Pain Fighter.”
NUNM’s Helfgott Research Institute is ranked among the “Largest NIH Grant Recipients in Oregon,” in the Portland Business Journal’s 2018 “Book of Lists.
NUNM makes the List again this year: The 2018 Book of Lists ranks the “Largest Oregon & SW Washington Colleges and Universities.”
Reporter Brad Bennett covers NUNM’s FAMI story: “NUNM Food as Medicine Institute Partners with Saint Luke’s Hospital.“
FOX4 -TV in Kansas City (WDAF-TV) interviews NUNM’s Courtney Jackson, ND, and Saint Luke’s Tracy Stevens, MD, on the FOX 4-TV’s Morning Show: “In some cases, foods heal.“