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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.

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5 Health Coaching Techniques to Use in Difficult Situations

Sometimes I sense we yearn for the day when all of life’s challenges magically melt away. However, what I have learned along my journey thus far in life is that while we’ll never be able to completely avoid life’s challenges, we can look at the situation from a new perspective, or in coaching terms, learn to “reframe” our experiences.

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Research Day 2014 – Faculty Abstracts

Worsley Five Element Clearing Protocols in the Treatment of PTSD Research Design by Janice Campbell and Hunter Thompson, Acupuncture Professors Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To study the treatment effect of Worsley five element acupuncture clearing protocols on post-traumatic stress disorder. METHODS: Individuals diagnosed with PTSD by a Western medical professional will be treated with the Worsley five […]

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Research Day 2014 – Student Abstracts

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in the Improvement of Emesis, Nausea and Food Aversion among Cancer Treatment Patients Research Design by Jason Bosley-Smith, Nutrition & Integrative Health Program Student Abstract Patients undergoing conventional cancer treatments (chemotherapy, radiation) often encounter a number of negative side effects. Cytotoxic drug-induced nausea and vomiting are the side effects most feared by […]

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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.

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