Chiropractors embracing integrated health care Convenience and integration are two words we hear a lot today. There is an increasing trend in many areas of life – including health-care – to offer integrated services, easily accessible in one building. Some Canadian chiropractors are among those leading the charge.
U.S. chiropractic education accrediting body gets 3-year recognition The federal panel charged to advise the U.S. Secretary of Education on recognition of accrediting bodies within higher education voted yesterday to recommend a three-year extension of the Council on Chiropractic Education's (CCE) federal recognition.
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Exercise is positive prescription for child cancer survivors Childhood cancer survivors can be among active youngsters, reaping the benefits of exercise and youth sports by following post-treatment guidelines and keeping their doctors informed.
Implant allows brain injured rats to rapidly recover motor skills Scientists at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University have developed a lightweight, battery-powered device that appears capable of repairing damaged pathways in the brain. The technology holds promise for the millions of individuals suffering from the damage left by stroke or head injuries.