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January 5, 2016
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Top fitness trends for 2016

For a second year in a row, Canadian fitness experts are touting functional fitness and high-intensity interval training as top workout trends. >> Read full article

B.C. seniors urged to learn if they qualify for health-care subsidies

Prices for several services have jumped in British Columbia as of New Year's Day, prompting the province's seniors advocate to urge people over 65 to find out if they qualify for Medical Services Plan premium subsidies. >> Read full article

Bone fractures may lead to widespread chronic pain later in life: study

Researchers at the Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, found that men and women who had a spine fracture and women who had a hip fracture were more than twice as likely to experience long-term widespread pain as those who had not had a fracture. >> Read full article

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Dissecting the evidence for ligamentous articular strain techniques

For many years we have been taught that ligaments and muscles were separate structures. Many anatomy texts portray ligaments, cartilage, joint capsules and muscles as separate tissues, which are not connected to the surrounding tissues. However, in actual fact, these and the surrounding tissues are inseparable. >> Learn More…

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