Veterinary chiropractic opens new practice opportunities Anyone who has ever owned and loved a pet understands the distress that is felt when that animal is in pain. Many pet owners will go to great lengths and explore all options to have that animal feeling better again. One of these options is animal chiropractic.
WHO declares spread of Ebola in West Africa international health emergency The World Health Organization on Friday declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to be an international public health emergency that requires an extraordinary response to stop its spread. It is the largest and longest outbreak ever recorded of Ebola, which has a death rate of about 50 per cent and has so far killed at least 932 people.
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VIDEO: Achieving practice excellence Dr. Anthony Lombardi's presentation at the 2014 Canadian Chiropractor Business and Professional Growth Forum gave attendees an overview of the key elements chiropractors need to succeed in their practice.
Single moms more likely to stay off work longer after injury, study finds One might expect that single parents with children living at home may be less inclined to take time off work following a work-related injury. After all, they tend to shoulder a greater burden of putting food on the table than people raising kids in marriages or common-law relationships. However, according to a new study, single mothers are more likely to need long recovery time than moms and dads with partners, and even single dads.