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December 2, 2014
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Ontario's low-back pain strategy gets $2.3M funding boost

The Ontario government is expanding its low back pain strategy through a $2.3 million pilot project aimed at enabling primary care organizations to deliver timely, appropriate, high-quality low back pain services. >> Read full article

Health advocacy group urges review of vitamin D intake guidelines

New research has found current national vitamin D intake recommendations are too low and that body weight must be taken into account to determine the appropriate vitamin D dose in any given individual, a statement from Pure North S'Energy Foundation said. >> Read full article

Five ways to manage your life and business during the holidays

With the holiday season upon us, many business owners struggle between making time for their family while giving their chiropractic practice or business the attention it needs. Here are five tips to help you focus more on yourself and your family without stressing about the business. >> Read full article

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More Canadian seniors moving to suburbs: study

Twice a week, Alphons Evers sets aside a few hours to work the phone, matching up his roster of volunteer drivers with clients who need a lift. Although the free service is geared towards those receiving cancer treatment, often times Evers says he'll get calls from seniors who simply need help getting around. It's a request that could become more common, with new research suggesting more and more Canadians are choosing to move to the car-dependent suburbs in their golden years. >> Learn More…

 
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