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January 14, 2019

Physical activity, any type or amount, cuts health risk from sitting

A new study of around 8,000 middle-aged and older adults found that swapping a half-hour of sitting around with physical activity of any intensity or duration cut the risk of early death by as much as 35 percent.

Solving phantom limb pain – science is getting closer

Traditional theories suggest that phantom limb pain arises from “maladaptive plasticity”, whereby a change in the brain results in a negative, or maladaptive, outcome.

The course of back pain over time in Canada

New research examines patterns in back pain over time and identifies the patient characteristics and the extent of healthcare and medication use (including opioids) associated with different patterns.
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Opportunities and misconceptions of retirement planning

Ten million Canadians will retire over the next 20 years. The truth is, some Canadians may outlive their savings, and research shows that this is a greater fear among retirees than dying prematurely. Chiropractors should prioritize the importance of planning for the future, including matching retirement lifestyle expenses with various retirement income streams (variable and guaranteed). » Read more...

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