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October 26, 2015
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Processed meat linked to cancers, WHO research says

While doctors have long warned against eating too much meat, the World Health Organization's cancer agency gave the most definitive response yet Monday about its relation to cancer – and put processed meats in the same danger category as cigarettes or asbestos. >> Read full article

Brain receptors increase pain resilience in arthritis patients: study

Scientists at The University of Manchester have shown for the first time that the numbers of opiate receptors in the brain increases to combat severe pain in arthritis sufferers. >> Read full article

B.C. earmarks $3M for gatekeeper training on suicide prevention

British Columbia's Ministry of Health has announced $3 million in funding to support the work of the Canadian Mental Health Association British Columbia Division in preventing suicide. Certified instructors will use evidence-based training to prepare potential gatekeepers to become a suicide-alert helper by following the 'tell, ask, listen and keep safe' skills. >> Read full article

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Twisted tape: Spiral techniques for three lower limb conditions

Suffice it to say that all of us intuitively understand that rubbing a bumped elbow helps mitigate pain by stimulating the mechanoreceptors. More recent studies seem to support the idea that “tape on skin” up-regulates the proprioceptive awareness to the brain. Here are some taping techniques for common conditions affecting the lower limb. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

BC Chiropractic Convention 2015

November 5-8, 2015
Location: Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa, B.C. >> More Info

League of Chiropractic Women Success Summit 2015

November 6-8, 2015
Location: Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, Nashville, Tenn. >> More Info

RCCSS 2015 East Sports Conference

November 21-22, 2015
Location: Novotel of North York, 3 Park Home Avenue, North York, Ontario >> More Info

National Chiropractic Leadership Conference

February 24-27, 2016
Location: Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. >> More Info