Most people take breaks during their workdays. Coffee breaks. Lunch breaks. Short chats with coworkers. Maybe late afternoon walks around the building. But are they taking the best type of breaks? Breaks that boost energy, concentration and motivation?
A new report has put a price tag on aging in Canada.
A study suggests men taking opioids for chronic pain are twice as likely as women to escalate to a high dose and die from drug-related causes.
Children, aged four to 17, are increasingly using a variety complementary and alternative health care, according to a new report by the U.S. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH, formerly NCCAM).
Canadian economists received a pleasant surprise recently: expenditure growth on public health care in Canada finally appears to be slowing down. However, it is unclear if this slowdown is the result of explicit success in sustainably bending the cost curve or more short-term cost cutting in response to slower economic growth or future federal health transfers. So is it a blip on the health-care horizon or the beginning of a trend?
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. The fact is that in most cases, it's the business that wins.
Almost continuously since the second half of the 1990s, Canadians have pointed to health care as their largest national concern and the issue that should receive the greatest attention from Canada’s leaders. Polls taken over the last decade or so have found that health care is typically the highest priority among voters. It is also the policy area in which governments often score most poorly. This sentiment has become so commonplace across the political spectrum of voters that we take it for granted that it was always so.
July 15, 2014 – Since 2006, British Columbia has spent more than a billion dollars to improve primary health care. So have B.C. patients benefited from such a massive investment? Sadly, it appears not.
June 3, 2014 - A recent University of Kentucky study found that clinical massage therapy helps to reduce symptoms of chronic low back pain (CLBP) in patients, according to an article in UKNOW, the University of Kentucky News.
Quality of life is a topic that has been much reviewed, researched and written about – this is especially so in the health-care sector.
If, as sleep experts suggest, health professionals should be monitoring sleep with the same vigilance as blood pressure, diet and exercise, this has significance for massage therapy practice. Part 1 of this article looked at the health risks associated with sleep deprivation;
If you’ve been looking for an affordable option for providing health care coverage for yourself – as a business owner – your family and for your staff, Dr. David Imrie, a medical doctor who has dedicated himself to the insurance industry for over a decade, might have an answer for you.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Registered health spending accounts If you’ve been looking for an affordable health-care coverage option as a business owner, Dr. David Imrie might have an answer for you.
Well, I’ve come a long way from the East coast to the West or “Left Coast” as it is called here in San Francisco. Many have left their hearts here, as the Tony Bennett song goes, but as much as I love it, I left my heart in my birthplace, Cape Breton Island.
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