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Integrating Health: A Wellness Blog

Tue. May 01, 2018
Maryland University of Integrative Health is pleased to announce that Rovenia M. Brock, Ph.D., award-winning nutritionist, lecturer, and author, will be our 2018 commencement speaker. Read more
Tue. April 10, 2018
On March 23, 2018, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the third annual MUIH Research Symposium, an event that highlights the best of the University’s research and scholarship. Two symposium awards were given and Marlysa Sullivan, M.P.T., Assistant Professor of Integrative Health Sciences at MUIH, was recognized for winning MUIH’s third annual Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award. Read more
Tue. April 03, 2018
On March 7, 2018, the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Board of Trustees elected T. James (Jim) Truby, M.A. and Dr. Anne Y.F. Lin, Pharm.D. as the new Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board, respectively. Both will assume their new positions in June 2018. Read more
Tue. April 03, 2018
Birds are singing, spring is springing! Nature is constant only in its harmonious balance of Yin and Yang and the cycle of the seasons.i Shinrin-yoku or “forest bathing’ is a term first used by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheriesii and is really just a concise wording for “getting back to nature,” “going to the woods,” or taking some time in the wilderness. Call it what you like, shinrin-yoku gets us back to who we really are intrinsically; it gives our mind a chance to reassess our needs according to evolutionary knowledge, and to conserve vital resources for when they are absolutely necessary.iii Read more
Thu. February 22, 2018
Chinese medicine understands the human body as an expression of the natural world. From this perspective, the movement of fluids in the body is similar to the movement of water that we see in nature. Influenced by the warming of the sun, water from the sea steams upward to form clouds that drift over the land where rain restores the rivers and streams. Read more
Wed. February 14, 2018
MUIH ranks #1 on the list of top online master's in health education programs in the United States based on criteria including academic quality, affordability, and online programming. The University is noted for its emphasis on developing a “scholarly online community where students learn valuable skills that prepare them for careers as compassionate healers.” Read more
Wed. January 10, 2018
The Natural Care Center at Maryland University of Integrative Health is pleased to announce that is has added two licensed medical and therapeutic massage therapists to its clinical staff. Services will be available beginning January 16, 2018, and an introductory discount is available for MUIH students, faculty and staff. Read more
Fri. January 05, 2018
I was drawn to Maryland University of Integrative Health because it satisfied my thirst for an innovative curriculum combining rigorous coursework, research, and experiential training. Maryland University of Integrative Health’s foundational principles of interconnections, holism, transformation, diversity, and resilience underscored my commitment to facilitate optimal nutrition and health; attending to one’s whole body, including physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual realms, as opposed to a body composed of parts in need of “fixing.” Nutrition is an art and science. Maryland University of Integrative Health understands this and integrates such a philosophy into its program offerings. Read more
Mon. December 04, 2017
The month of December is filled with several religious and spiritual celebrations and a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate multiculturalism at MUIH.  We wish all members of our community a joyful and peaceful holiday season. Read more
Fri. November 03, 2017
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), a national leader in the education and practice of natural medicine, is now accepting applications for our Spring 2018 trimester. Applications will be accepted until January 1, 2018. Read more