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February 19, 2019

Low physical fitness and obesity during teen years linked to disability later in life

Being physically fit was an important marker of health, regardless of BMI

Common opioids less effective for patients on SSRI antidepressants

Patients taking the most common form of antidepressant who are given the most widely prescribed opioid experience less pain relief, Stanford University School of Medicine investigators have discovered.

How to prepare for a potential CRA audit

Employees: Non-essential workers refer to casual labourers who work jobs that are not essential to generating revenue. For example, someone who cleans the office is considered non-essential. A receptionist, however, would be considered essential.
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Rehab vs. Prehab

Rehab vs prehab: What does this mean in chiropractic practice?

While some patients may be coming in for care in advance of an upcoming surgery, others are looking for traditional treatment and strategies to prevent future occurrences of their pain. Many research studies have shown that traditional treatments offered by chiropractors often perform better when combined with exercise. » Read more...

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