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Integrating Health: A Wellness Blog

Tue. July 09, 2013
As part of the practicum phase of their program, the students in our Health and Wellness Coaching programs are required to complete several one-on-one sessions with clients. Their goal is to guide and support you in reaching your wellness goals. Read more
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Tue. July 09, 2013
A panel of ranked faculty members and academic administrators at MUIH voted to promote three faculty members to the rank of associate and assistant professor effective at the beginning of the 2013 fall term. Read more
Tue. July 09, 2013
On July 1, Walker stepped into this new role which is extremely unique in organizations and, until now, unprecedented in higher education. It appears that MUIH is the only national university to combine leadership in ethics with leadership in philanthropy. Read more
Wed. July 03, 2013
Perfect for hot summer days when we crave foods that are light yet still filling, this nutrient-dense and super-flavorful dish made with red peppers and avocados hits the spot. Read more
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Wed. June 05, 2013
We are thrilled to announce that two highly respected, successful, and influential leaders in the burgeoning field of yoga therapy are now bringing their vast talents to Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH). Read more
Mon. June 03, 2013
On Monday, June 3, more than 200 MUIH students graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health and more than 80 walked the stage at the Jim Rouse Theater at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia, MD. Read more
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Thu. May 30, 2013
Recent additions to the collection at the Sherman Cohn Library, beginning April 2, 2013 Read more
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Thu. May 30, 2013
This easy summertime recipe is provided by Sharon Chan, RD, LDN, a graduate nutrition student intern in our on-campus Natural Care Center. Read more
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Tue. May 14, 2013
There are many good reasons why we should eat more local foods. Reducing transport costs and emissions, higher nutritional value, and support of the local economy are all new ways to support the world and the body we live in. Eating seasonally helps us to reconnect to nature’s cycles and the passage of time. But most importantly, local seasonal food is fresher and tends to be tastier and more nutritious. Read more
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Tue. May 14, 2013
A festive start to your holiday meal, this delicious soup helps improve circulation and digestion, and strengthen the immune system.The warming ginger is known to improve circulation and digestion; it helps to move heat into the extremities. Astragalus is an adaptogen* that helps to strengthen the immune system; it nourishes and strengthens the digestive function and supports absorption of nutrients. Turmeric has a beneficial anti-inflammatory and antioxidant quality. Adding black pepper (piperine, the alkaloid found in black pepper) enhances the bioavailability of the curcumin, the constituent that has healing properties in the turmeric. Read more
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