October 19-25 is "Massage Therapy Awareness Week." The health experts at National University want you to know the top five health benefits of adding regular massage therapy to your health and wellness strategy.
All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend CAM Day, sponsored by SACA from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Thursday, Oct. 16th in the Gym. Emerson Ecologics is providing lunch, and the noon guest speaker will be '06 DC alum, Dr. Erin Ducat.
President Stiefel and NUHS Board of Trustees Chair Tom Schonauer unveiled a new student social hub in Janse Hall, named “The Eagle’s Nest,” on Monday, October 13th. The remodeled lounge area joins together a former leisure area in the back of the campus store and an adjacent vending machine snack room. It provides a comfortable and spacious gathering place for students, with many amenities.
During National Chiropractic Health Month, National University echoes the American Chiropractic Association’s call for “Conservative Care First.” Conservative care is where physicians use the safest, most natural and non-invasive treatments first before moving on to more invasive treatment such as surgery or medications.
Four National University students were recently awarded generous scholarships sponsored by Standard Process, Inc. The awards also mark the very first winner of the annual Standard Process Acupuncture Scholarship at NUHS.
October 6-12 is Naturopathic Medicine Week. NUHS is hosting several student sponsored events throughout the week, as well as the ILANP annual conference. We are proud to be the Midwest's only accredited naturopathic medicine degree program, and a strong supporter for ND licensure in Illinois.
The AMTA recently held its annual convention in Denver. Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron was there from NUHS, and had a chance to meet keynote speaker, Dr. Mehmet Oz. Dr. Cambron is also the president of the Massage Therapy Foundation and co-founder of massagenet.org.