NUNM Alumnus Appointed to the National Park System Advisory Board

Dec 14, 2018 — A degree in the natural medicine field may lead you down paths you never thought possible! In fact, NUNM alumnus Les Moore, ND, MSOM, has been appointed to the National Park System Advisory Board (NPSAB) by the Secretary of the Interior. Dr. Moore has always had a love for nature, which lead him to natural …

Winter Wellness with NUNM

Dec 12, 2018 — A huge part of what we teach to our students and patients at NUNM is proper self-care. Here are some of our favorite self-care tips for winter wellness according to Naturopathic and Classical Chinese Medicine. We wish you all a joyous holiday season! Naturopathic Medicine Winter Self-Care Recommendations Enjoy elderberry (sambucus nigra) syrup.* Elderberry syrup is …

Hospice Care with Alumna, Stephanie Kaplan, ND

Nov 29, 2018 — Naturopathic doctor and former student at NUNM, Stephanie Kaplan was recently featured in an article by the AANMC on hospice and palliative care. Dr. Kaplan uses many naturopathic therapies like “craniosacral therapy, botanical medicine and homeopathy. Find out more on AANMC’s website.

First-of-its-Kind Clinical Trial Approved at Helfgott

The Divinia Water clinical trial at NUNM’s Helfgott Research Institute has been officially approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB)! “To get a fully accredited university on board for this study is extraordinary,” said Steven Sedlmayr, CEO of Divinia Water. “We can do a medically approved clinical test on DIVINIA Water’s potential benefits for specific patients. This is …

NUNM Board Director Emeritus Dr. John R. Campbell: Educator, Scientist, Author

Nov 20, 2018 — National University of Natural Medicine mourns the loss of Dr. John R. Campbell, renowned scientist, educator, author, and NUNM board director emeritus. Dr. Campbell dedicated his life to excellence in higher education and served NUNM long and faithfully for many years. Born and raised on a livestock and fruit farm in Anderson, Missouri, Dr. Campbell …

Ryan Bradley Examines Naturopathic Therapies & Research for Type 2 Diabetes

Nov 16, 2018 — Director of Research Ryan Bradley, ND, MPH, was the focus of an AANMC webinar discussing naturopathic therapies for type 2 diabetes. Craving more information about ways to prevent diabetes? NUNM’s Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is a 12-month program offered at our health centers with  behavioral and nutritional counseling in a group setting: more information here.

Path to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor

Nov 15, 2018 — Our Provost, Glenn Smith, Ed.D. discusses the path to becoming a naturopathic doctor, including clinical education at NUNM, as well as career paths after obtaining a doctorate of naturopathy. See the full article here.

Naturopathic Medicine is Healing Healthcare

Nov 14, 2018 — Dr. Jade Dandy earned her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine at NUNM while concurrently earning a Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research (MSiMR) with a focus on Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. After graduation, she moved to the unlicensed state of Idaho, opened a clinic in Boise and grossed over six figures within …

Portland Business Journal

Oct 23, 2018 — The Portland Business Journal has announced our most recent grant given by the National Institutes of Health to research “how a compound from hops may reduce bowel inflammation.”

NUNM Celebrates AOM DAY

Oct 18, 2018 — 2018 marks the 16th annual Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day, established to increase public awareness of the progress, promise and benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Acupuncture and other Chinese medicine modalities are permeating hospitals and Western medicine facilities, welcomed by conventional and naturopathic doctors alike. Patients, MDs and NDs are easing cancer symptoms …