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The benefits of employee departure

When an employee leaves your clinic do not get too disappointed – they have just given you a chance to do things at a lower cost. When someone gives you two weeks notice, it is the most inexpensive way for you to break ties with that employee.

More than 60,000 Canadians left the country for medical treatment in 2016

An estimated 63,459 Canadians travelled abroad for medical care in 2016, up nearly 40 per cent over the previous year, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

Manitoba centralizing health care services

The Manitoba government plans to centralize management of ambulances, emergency rooms, labs and other health-care services, and said an unknown number of job cuts is to be expected as it makes the health-care system more sustainable.

Alberta’s trailblazing past fuels present, future success

In 2017, the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC) turns 100. That’s a century of chiropractors helping to improve Albertans’ health, which is definitely worth celebrating. While we celebrate the past, it’s important to look at how chiropractic in the province of Alberta got here and where the provincial contingent of DCs is headed.
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Study sheds light on migraine sufferers' preference for darkness

People experiencing migraines often avoid light and find relief in darkness. A new study led by researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston has revealed a previously unknown connection between the light-sensitive nerve cells in the eye and centers in the brain that regulate mood and a host of physical parameters such as heart rate, shortness of breath, fatigue, congestion and nausea. » Read more...

International Vertebral Subluxation Summit

July 21-22, 2017
Location: Cleveland Chiropractic College, Kansas
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Minds That Matter - The Wave 2017

August 4-6, 2017
Location: The Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, CA
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