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More from Massage Therapy Canada | Education | Research | Events September 9, 2014
Paper calls for policy changes to address sports concussion in youth
Sports-related concussions in children and youth constitute a significant public health issue that requires serious reform in public policy to address the harm associated with them, a new Canadian paper argues.
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B.C. teachers’ strike sparks reaction from RMT community
While the association representing registered massage therapists in B.C. is declining to directly comment on the on-going teachers’ strike in the province – an issue in which massage therapy benefits have been one of the bones of contention in failed union and government negotiations – it is, however, highlighting the importance of massage therapy as a health-care service.
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University of Calgary researchers figure out keys to chronic pain
Researchers at the University of Calgary say they may be getting closer to figuring out the mysteries of chronic pain. Dr. Gerald Zamponi, a neuroscientist with the university's Hotchkiss Brain Institute, says they've discovered that with people who suffer chronic pain, there's a biochemical change.
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Manitoba government seeks public input on health care
Manitobans will have a chance to share views and weigh in on health-care priorities to help the province’s health regions shape future goals by becoming part of a local health involvement group, Health Minister Erin Selby has announced.
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