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Integrating Health: A Wellness Blog

Fri. March 15, 2019
March is National Nutrition Month and while it’s best to focus on eating healthy all year round, take some extra time this month to dedicate to good nutrition! Here are three ways to help you get started on healthier eating habits! Read more
Wed. March 13, 2019
Maryland University of Integrative Health’s (MUIH) board of trustees is pleased to announce that Marc Levin has been appointed as the University’s president and chief executive officer. He will be the fourth president in the school’s history and has been serving as interim president and CEO since February 1, 2019 while also serving in his roles as chief financial officer and chief operating officer.   Read more
Tue. February 19, 2019
With Beth Romanski, Program Director of Professional and Continuing Education, MS, INHC and Laurie Ellington, MA, LPC, PCC, HMCT, RYT, Adjunct Faculty Health and Wellness Coaching and Professional and Continuing Education Read more
Tue. January 08, 2019
As we begin the spring 2019 trimester, I am writing to let you know about some on-campus changes designed to benefit students and enhance your learning experiences. Read more
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Thu. December 06, 2018
Maryland University of Integrative Health’s President and CEO and Laurel resident recognized at December 4 ceremony. Read more
Mon. November 19, 2018
The field of complementary and integrative health is rapidly accelerating, so lifelong learning is a critical aspect to invest in to be effective and successful as practitioners to serve your clients and patients in the best way possible. Read more
Fri. November 16, 2018
There are three primary approaches to Ayurveda, the first being ahara. Ahara focuses on a basic physical, or “constitutional” analysis of visual cues including a tongue, nail, and facial analysis, as well as approaches to health and well-being that focus on cooking, food, and culinary spices. Read more
Wed. November 14, 2018
As the health and wellness coaching field has evolved, the number of choices has expanded for health, health and wellness, and/or wellness coach training programs, offered also by non-accredited organizations. Accredited and non-accredited programs are delivered in different formats—online, in-person, or hybrid. Here are some factors for you to consider when choosing a program that gets your health and wellness coaching career off to a good start. Read more
Tue. November 13, 2018
Healthcare is changing, and accompanying that change is a renewed interest in the power of food to maintain health and wellness. As this interest increases, there is a need for individuals who understand the vital and interrelated physiological, environmental, socio-cultural, and spiritual roles of food in our lives. Read more

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