Army Veteran and Military Spouse Uses And Teaches Nutrition to Manage Stress and Health

American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) graduate, Army veteran and spouse, Pam Chavez, discovered how her food choices played a vital role in her physical and mental health when she began drinking one green smoothie daily. Her journey toward eating nutritional food led her to not only feeling better but after suffering several miscarriages resulted in giving birth to three healthy sons.

Arnerich Massena Publishes New White Paper: Keeping College Affordable: How to Fund Public University Obligations in a Low-Return Environment

Portland-based investment firm Arnerich Massena, an independent investment advisory firm specializing in endowment & foundation, private wealth management, impact investing strategies, and retirement plan consulting services, announces the publication of its newest white paper, Keeping College Affordable: How to Fund Public University Obligations in a Low-Return Environment.. The paper takes a look at the drastic decrease in public funding for state universities, and how they may be able to recoup those losses through strategies in spending, fundraising, and investment.

American College of Healthcare Sciences Celebrates 40 Years of Excellence in Holistic Health Education

The staff, faculty, and students of American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) are celebrating four decades of excellence in holistic health distance education this year with a student graduation ceremony, wellness-focused projects, activities, and events on the theme of “Building on Traditions.”

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