Top Resources for the Holistic Nutrition Researcher

Image Copyright: Holistic health is defined as “an approach to treating a person’s wellbeing by taking into consideration all aspects of life. A long-term course of action includes emotional and spiritual health along with the physical body” [1]. I like to practice holistic health by taking care of myself mentally and physically by meditating, […]

5 Research Tips Every Researcher Should Know

Written by Ashley Ehmig, Director of Library Services & Instruction Searching for research articles used to be a struggle for me. In graduate school, I recall spending several hours and days exploring the library databases with frustratingly little to no luck. I desperately wanted the library databases to give me all the answers with just […]

Researching Alternative Therapies for Stress Management

How to Find Research on Alternative Therapies for Stress Management Image Copyright: dmvasilenko77 / 123RF Stock Photo Are you interested in learning more about current research in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies for stress management, but aren’t sure where to start? Well, look no further, you’re in the right place. Information is out there […]

3 Holistic Stress Management Research Tools

3 Holistic Stress Management Research Tools You Need to Know It’s the age of information. You can read an article on any topic with the click of your mouse or phone screen. So, it can be challenging when you’re trying to find up-to-date and reliable research on a specific subject. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) […]

Jump Start Your Holistic Health Career Skills with 3 New Online Classes

**This blog post was updated December 2016 to reflect more recent information.  American College of Healthcare Sciences is proud to announce that it will offer a new writing and information literacy course, ENG 100 College Writing, Research Literacy, & Critical Thinking, in time for Summer Semester starting May 20, 2013. (Note, ENG 100 was originally three individual five-week, […]

How Do Wellness Coaches Write Better?

If you follow ACHSedu on Facebook, you might have seen our recent post asking the question, “If you could change one thing within our food culture or medical culture, what would it be?” If not, it’s all good. I’m happy to fill you in. We received more than 35 comments with incredibly thoughtful answers addressing […]