Jeremy Mikolai, ND, an NCNM research post-doctoral fellow, is featured in ivillage, Thirteen Natural remedies for Migraine Pain. The online media company is owned by NBC Universal, which now attracts 34 million visitors per month. The site claims to be the largest content-driven community for women on the web—and focuses on health, food, family, and …
NCNM's Dr. Elena Panutich's monthly column, "Be Healthy," in Kanon magazine. In the November 2011 issue, Dr. Panutich writes about “Hypertension and Natural Medicine,” including the stages of hypertension, and how a naturopathic physician can help you. Nutrition, exercise and herbal supplements can make a difference.
The December 2011 issue of Portland Monthly magazine features NCNM’s ECO Project leader, Dr. Courtney Jackson, who “dishes up foods that help fight stress.”
“OHSU study offers hope for veterans with PTSD,” features Helane Wahbeh, ND, who is leading the multiyear study. Dr. Wahbeh is an NCNM adjunct faculty member with Helfgott Research Institute, and also an assistant professor in OHSU’s Department of Neurology.
Widely-recognized botanical medicine expert, Dr. Glen Nagel, helps install a "healing garden" near Ross Island Bridge.
The Min Zidell Garden and Dr. Glen Nagel (’93) are profiled: “Woodstock resident helps install a healing garden near Ross Island Bridge.”
NCNM's Dr. Elena Panutich has a new monthly column, "Be Healthy," in Kanon magazine. In the October 2011 issue, she writes about the "Maximum Benefits for Your Health." Your nutrition and exercise both play a significant part in staying healthy; included are tips on the types of foods to eat, and how to break loose …
25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World: NCNM alumna Dr. Tabatha Parker is a natural medicine “mover and shaker" who founded Natural Doctors International.
As reported in The Lund Report, during an Oregon Health Policy Board’s Coordinated Care Organization work group meeting, Dr. Jill Sanders, dean of NCNM’s clinical operations, suggested that that each new Oregon coordinated care organization (CCO) tailor its business plans to meet the needs of a diverse population in order to better address health equity …
The Sept.–Oct. health and wellness issue of Portland Woman magazine's cover story, “Who’s on Your Wellness Team?” features NCNM faculty Dr. Kim Windstar and Associate Professor Xiaoli Chen, and NCNM alumna Dr. Tori Hudson about the changing face of health care.
NCNM Associate Professor Kimberly Windstar, ND, and 1984 alumna Tori Hudson, ND, share their natural medicine treatments (“Three Ways to Treat BV”) in the Sept. 2011 issue of Whole Living magazine.
A little fresh air goes a long way for your health. Dr. Kurt Beil talks about environmental impacts on overall health.
The Min Zidell Healing Garden, a project lovingly embraced by the NCNM staff and community, opened its gates on June 24, 2011.
Naturopathy's Battle for Licensing. Dr. Dohn Kruschwitz stresses the rigorous education received by naturopathic doctors at accredited colleges.
More media coverage on the Min Zidell Healing Garden: A photo montage is featured in the July 2011 issue of the Southwest Portland Post
Oregon's Largest Urban Healing Garden is at NCNM. Medicine doesn't just come in plastic bottles. Join Anne Jaeger for a look at the brand new garden at the National College of Natural Medicine in Southwest Portland. The garden is packed with all sorts of healing plants students at the school routinely use to treat patients.
Min Zidell Healing Garden opens on NCNM campus in South Portland
NCNM’s Min Zidell Healing Garden is featured on KOIN-TV’s Studio 6 Spotlight!
Grand opening being held for Min Zidell Healing Garden. The National College of Natural Medicine's healing garden is about to open June 24.
How can I avoid an asthma attack? Natural remedies to help you breathe easier, NCNM's Dr. Deborah Frances is interviewed about natural remedies for asthma.
NCNM makes the Portland Business Journal’s list of the Top 25 Colleges & Universities ranked by enrollment for fall 2010.
The Portland Business Journal's list of the 2010 Oregon National Institutes of Health award recipients included NCNM's Helfgott Research Institute, which was ranked 36 (in a field of 48) for two awards of $278,532 for Complementary and Alternative Medical Research.
NCNM is "Scene and Heard" at the fifth annual Sweetheart Medicine Ball, which was held Feb. 12 at the NCNM Annex.
Video: Too much sugar: modern diets are awash in the sweet stuff
Print version: Too much sugar: modern diets are awash in the sweet stuff. Dr. Courtney Jackson, lead physician of NCNM's ECO Project, talks about sugar.
Video: The Vitamin D Debate…For years, calcium and vitamin D supplements have been touted as the key to a healthier body.
Print version: Long and short of calcium and vitamin D. KGW interviews Dr. Marnie Loomis, Director of Professional Formation.
Bob Moore, founder of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, celebrates his 82nd birthday. He commemorated this year with large donations to OSU and NCNM.
Vaccines for Adults: What do adults need to know to keep themselves safe from disease? Dr. Heather Zwickey, Dean of Research at NCNM, weighs in.
Gift from Bob's Red Mill Launches NCNM Community Nutrition Program
Bob Moore celebrates his 82nd and you're invited. His recent donation to NCNM will fund healthy eating initiatives.
Inaugural Keynote Speaker: Dr. William J. "Bill" Keppler, recently retired as the President Emeritus of NCNM.
Giving Back: 36 Ways Your Small Business Can Help. Bob and Charlee Moore's donation to NCNM is spotlighted.
Bob's Red Mill founders donate $1.35M
Bob's Red Mill founders donate for ECO Project
Blues Busters: Six natural remedies that can help prevent and ease depression. Amy Bader, ND, faculty member at NCNM is interviewed.
Traditional herbal medicines face deadline for Eu regulations. Micaela Angle, LAc, manager of the NCNM medicinary is quoted.
A $1.35 million gift from Bob and Charlee Moore, founders of Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, will help Portland’s National College of Natural Medicine develop strategies to end childhood obesity.
Donation boosts natural medicine college's obesity project
Gift from Bob's Red Mill Founders to Launch NCNM Community Nutrition Program
Sleep Solutions: If you long for more shut-eye, you’re not alone. Jenny Tufenkian, ND, clinical instructor at NCNM, is interviewed.
Vitamins, Supplements and You: Get expert tips on whether or not to get your nutrients in pill form – and which ones to take if you do. Dr. Vanessa Esteves, CE & Alumni Affairs Officer, weighs in.
Oregon’s Pre-Existing Condition: Freelancers may love Portland’s creative lifestyle, but when it comes to getting insurance, only the healthy need apply. Mercy & Wisdom (an NCNM community clinic) and NCNM make the Top Docs issue of Portland Monthly.