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More from Massage Therapy Canada | Education | Research | Events June 17, 2014
Study finds arthritis sufferers aren't getting much needed exercise
Research has shown that people with arthritis who engage in regular physical activity or exercise report fewer limitations in their day-to-day lives. However, many of those who suffer from arthritis feel that the struggle of their daily lives is exhausting enough on its own and therefore do not participate in additional physical activity.
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New spam law a deal breaker
Come this July, your ability to use email as a marketing or fundraising tool will be significantly restricted. Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into effect July 1, 2014, and with it some of the world’s strictest anti-spam rules.
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2015 Canada Games seeks volunteer RMTs for medical services team
The chief therapist for the 2015 Canada Winter Games is calling on registered massage therapists in British Columbia to get involved with the medical services group that will provide care for 3,500 athletes participating in the Canada Games.
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MTAA moves to make membership "more accessible"
The Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA) board of directors has approved certain changes to the association’s active membership eligibility requirements, which essentially allows therapists to become a member of the association even before successful completion of the Entry to Practice Examination.
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Stats Canada study shows how Canadians are weighing in
A new study from Statistics Canada shows that young people have been tipping the scales in a big way in the past year - and it could be negatively affecting their health.
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