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NCNM will confer upon celebrated ethnobotanist and anthropologist Wade Davis, PhD, its highest academic honors in recognition of his work to advance botanical medicine and ancient healing traditions.
NCNM’s Min Zidell Healing Garden is featured on KOIN-TV’s Studio 6 Spotlight!
NCNM will celebrate the opening of its new Min Zidell Healing Garden, the most recent addition to its rapidly growing South Portland campus on Friday, June 24.
Erin F. Sharman, an NCNM student in her third year of a naturopathic degree program, was awarded a $7,000 scholarship and the first-place trophy in the second annual Bob’s Red Mill Scholarship Cup Competition.
A $1.35 million gift from one of the most respected nutritional advocates in the U.S. will help NCNM educate Oregon families about healthy food choices and eating habits.
Betty Jo Radelet, DC, ND, received the inaugural Living Legend award from NCNM and the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Medicine (OANP) at a banquet held in Portland on Dec. 4.
Dr. Peterson received the inaugural Living Legend award from NCNM and the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Medicine at a banquet held in Portland on Dec. 4.
Most people never give breathing a thought. But for people with respiratory illnesses, compromised breathing quickly can become a matter of life or death.
National College of Natural Medicine is hosting a “Keeping Kids Healthy, Naturally” back-to-school open house.