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September 14, 2015
FEATURED NEWS: Scientists have answer for why running makes people happy
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Research on effects of standing to low back pain risk

Studies of asymptomatic individuals with no lifetime history of low back pain (LBP) have indicated that 40 to 70 per cent report clinically significant LBP after a two-hour standing protocol. One study summarized in this article aims to determine the effect of prolonged standing on the long-term rate of LBP in previously asymptomatic individuals. An additional study from the same author group, investigates the biomechanics of LBP and the effect of standing, both during work and for prolonged periods, as causative and predictive indicators of LBP. >> Read full article

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Canadian Chiropractor contributor Dr. Angelo Santin shares four things every patient must absolutely know about chiropractic. >> Read full article

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Canadian Chiropractor is looking for outstanding doctors of chiropractic who are making a difference in the health and wellness of their community and serving as an inspiration to others. It's time to recognize practitioners who go above and beyond in making the community a better and healthier place, promoting the values of honesty, integrity, leadership and compassion. >> Read full article

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Scientists have answer for why running makes people happy

That sense of well-being, freedom and extra energy that runners often experience is not just a matter of endorphins. A study at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre shows that the "runner's high" phenomenon is also caused by dopamine, an important neurotransmitter for motivation. >> Learn More…

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Electro acupuncture Motor Point Clinical Application Seminar

October 17-18 2015
Location: Casablanca Winery Inn, Grimsby, Ont. >> More Info