Veteran chiropractors offer newbies tips for practice success Aspiring chiropractors got a dose of reality from experienced practitioners at the recent Practice Opportunities event hosted by the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. In a panel session, a group of veteran chiropractors offered some first-hand insights to chiropractic students about the realities of practice and the keys to achieving success.
Small Alberta town wants more doctors to support community The mayor of a town northwest of Edmonton is asking the Alberta government for more support in providing needed health practitioners in his community of 11,000 people.
Running a Chiropractic practice just became much easier! Renowned consultant Dr. Drew Stevens, explains how Chiropractors can be successful from day-one by managing their practice and their brand effectively.
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Ontario to legislate mandatory nutritional labeling for restaurant menus Ontario's governing Liberals are expected to announce legislation Monday that would require large chain restaurants to put calories and other nutritional information on their menus and menu boards.
Unintentional injuries higher in areas with higher First Nations residents A new study shows unintentional injury rates are higher in remote and low-income neighbourhoods with a high percentage of First Nations residents. The study, from Statistics Canada, shows the differences were particularly acute for women aged 20 to 44.
California health officials probe polio-like illness afflicting kids A polio-like illness has afflicted a small number of children in California since 2012, causing severe weakness or rapid paralysis in one or more limbs.