View As Webpage | View Archives | Email a Friend

MMMM d, yyyy

Stuck in an opioids crisis, officials turn to acupuncture

Marine veteran Jeff Harris was among the first to sign up when the Providence VA hospital started offering acupuncture for chronic pain. Although long derided as pseudoscience and still questioned by many medical experts, acupuncture is increasingly being embraced by patients and doctors, sometimes as an alternative to the powerful painkillers behind the nation's opioid crisis.

Conference Board of Canada report shows business case for accessibility

A new report from the Conference Board of Canada shows improving physical accessibility in workplaces and communities for people with disabilities would result in a dramatic increase in labour force participation and consumer spending.

B.C. to eliminate health plan premiums

A premium long viewed as a financial irritant in British Columbia that is paid by individuals and families for health care will be eliminated on Jan. 1, 2020.

U.S. legislators propose bill to expand chiropractic care to vets, their families

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives has introduced a bill that would expand access to chiropractic services to military retirees, dependents and survivors through the Department of Defense TRICARE health program.
Sponsored spotlight 
Annex Bookstore

Chiropractic Technique, 3rd Edition

A complete guide to chiropractic adjustive techniques for the spine, pelvis, and extremities.ings.

Chiropractic Technique, 3rd Edition makes essential procedures easy to understand and provides a rationale for their use.

Written by Thomas F. Bergmann, DC, FICC, and David H. Peterson, DC, and backed by the latest research studies, this bestseller describes the basic principles needed to evaluate, select, and apply specific adjustive procedures. » Order Now!
Featured News 
Feature News

Lancet series calls on Canada for concrete action on Indigenous, global health

Canada's appalling record on Indigenous health is undermining its efforts to be a global health leader. That's according to research published this week in one of the world's oldest and most prestigious medical journals, which calls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to start backing up his lofty rhetoric with concrete action. The Lancet, a peer-reviewed journal founded nearly two centuries ago in the United Kingdom, is showcasing the Canadian medical system for the first time in a series of articles and commentary authored by a collection of scholars and public figures across Canada. » Read more...

McGill 2 Master level assessment course: Converging on a Precise Diagnosis

June 2-3, 2018
Location: Taboo Muskoka, 1209 Muskoka Beach Road, Gravenhurst, Ontario
» Learn More