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Free Health and Wellness Coaching Available

Struggling with those last 10 lbs? Can’t get in the groove with your fitness routine? Stress levels out of control?

Our health and wellness coaching students stand ready to help – at no cost to you! As part of the practicum phase of their program, 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.

Free Health and Wellness Coaching Available

Struggling with those last 10 lbs?

Can’t get in the groove with your fitness routine?

Stress levels out of control?

Our health and wellness coaching students stand ready to help – at no cost to you! As part of the practicum phase of their program, students in our health and wellness coaching programs are required to complete several one­on­one sessions with clients. Their goal is to guide and support you in reaching your wellness goals.

MUIH Welcomes Largest Incoming Class

In January, 287 excited new students started classes at MUIH representing the largest incoming class in the University’s history.

As the field of integrative health grows rapidly,  MUIH is attracting more students than almost any other integrative health school in the nation, and more passionate people than ever before are eager to study and practice our disciplines. Who are these wonderful students? Where do they come from? What are they studying? Here are some fast facts about this group.

MUIH Welcomes Incoming September Students

We’re so excited to welcome our new students! As MUIH continues to grow, so too does the diversity of our student population.

The 183 incoming students represent 29 U.S. states, joining us as far away as Alaska and as close as Columbia, Md. Their professional backgrounds span a wide number of fields, including health care, education and the military. Among them, their professions include a cake decorator, travel blogger, girls’ lacrosse referee, and a small farm manager.

Free Health and Wellness Coaching Available

Struggling with those last 10 lbs?
Can’t get in the groove with your fitness routine?
Stress levels out of control?

Our health and wellness coaching students stand ready to help – at no cost to you! As part of the practicum phase of their program, 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.

Research Day Winner: Jason Bosley-Smith on MBSR for Cancer Patients

We interviewed Jason Bosley-Smith, winner of the President’s Award at this year’s Research Day for his research poster on using mindfulness-based stress reduction to alleviate emesis, nausea, and food aversion among cancer treatment patients.

1. Can you share some details about your research project and what sparked your interest exploring mindfulness-based stress reduction as a strategy for improving food tolerance and reducing nausea among cancer patients?

MUIH Student Holly Chittum Travels to China to Visit Ginseng Farms and Give Presentation at Changchun University

Last month we interviewed Holly Chittum, a candidate for an M.S. in Therapeutic Herbalism and winner of the President’s Award for her research poster at this year’s MUIH Research Day for her research on American ginseng cultivation, sustainability and marketability in the U.S. and China.

MUIH Research Day Winners and Finalists Announced

On July 19 students and faculty gathered to share the research they’ve recently been working on in various areas related to acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition. 

The University community and public participated as well. Dawn B. Wallerstedt, M.S.N., CRNP, of the Samueli Institute was the guest speaker and two students won the prestigious President’s Award and Provost’s Award.

Here are the winners, along with the finalists (honorable mentions), of 2013’s Research Day:

Interview with Holly Chittum, Winner of President’s Award at MUIH Research Day

We interviewed Holly Chittum, winner of the President’s Award for her research poster at this year’s Research Day. She discusses her research on American ginseng and explains why more research needs to be done in the herbal field.

 

Can you share some details about your research project and what sparked your interest in American ginseng?

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