Study offers suggestions on what to do when sex is a pain in the back For many people, intimacy in the bedroom often takes a back seat to low back pain, say researchers, who have scientifically determined the best sexual positions to prevent spinal muscles from seizing up at an inopportune moment.
High-dose opioid prescriptions on the rise in Canada, study finds Prescriptions for high-dose formulations of opioids like oxycodone and morphine jumped significantly in Canada between 2006 and 2011, despite guidelines advising doctors against giving such elevated doses to most patients, a study has found.
Chronic health conditions costing Alberta billions each year: auditor Alberta's auditor general says caring for people with chronic health problems is costing the provincial government billions of dollars each year. Merwan Saher says in a report that conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes are the biggest challenges facing health care.
Anatomy of a start-up clinic In many ways, opening a satellite location is very much like starting a practice right out of school. By applying a few simple principles you can make a start-up office successful without draining your bank account.