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New study suggests women and pregnant people are underrepresented in research to inform nutrition reference values

“Our study points to gaps in knowledge about the exact level of micronutrients we need to eat to protect the health of women, including pregnant women.”

To make the most of exoskeletons, training really matters

Exoskeleton devices work, researchers say, for a variety of uses such as speeding up our walking or making running easier. Yet they don’t know what exactly makes exoskeletons effective. What is the benefit of customization, for example? And how much does simply getting used to the exoskeleton matter?

Illness-and death-related messages found to be significant motivators for exercise

Fitness apps that emphasize illness- or death-related messaging are more likely to be effective in motivating participation than are social stigma, obesity, or financial cost messaging, according to a recent study.
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Being bigger than institutions: Practicing DCs need to become ambassadors of the profession

What a tumultuous two years this has been. In between changes in world leadership, pandemics, travel restrictions, and business closures our profession has quietly been changing too.
Did you know? Of the 45 chiropractic institutions worldwide that only 14 have retained the word chiropractic in the school’s name? Of those 14 schools with chiropractic in their name only four are in the United States (Texas, Sherman, Palmer, Life West) and only CMCC sports the name of the profession in Canada. Most recently New York Chiropractic College shed chiropractic from its name and became Northeast College of Health Sciences. This trend worries me. I fear that a serious identity crisis in the profession is on the horizon.
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