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Sept. 4, 2018

LIFE Vision Canada is back in 2019

LIFE Vision Canada is back in Montreal, Quebec March 29+30, 2019. We recently spoke with Gilles LaMarche, Vice President of Professional Relations at Life University, and asked what delegates can expect from the 2019 event.

New concussion guidelines for children announced

A University of Calgary researcher says new concussion guidelines in the United States could change care for all children with mild traumatic brain injuries.

Nerve pain in the legs? Medical marijuana may alter brain connections, bring relief

When medical marijuana is taken for chronic nerve pain, it may provide pain relief by reducing connections between the areas of the brain that process emotions and sensory signals.
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The pros and cons of studying Chiropractic abroad

Just like any endeavour, studying in a different country can be challenging. Prospective foreign students can minimize the potential of getting way in over the head in trouble by preparing far in advance of enrolling. “Do your homework, know your own core values and look for a chiropractic institution that supports those values in what and how they teach.” » Read more...