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Cannabidiol: What is CBD, how does it work and why is it a hot topic?


Sufficient vitamin D levels may improve foot pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis


Laughter acts as a stress buffer — and even smiling helps

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Taking positive action

Taking positive action: How to get reviews for your practice

As a small business, your reputation is vital. You want to make sure that everyone understands that your practice provides high-quality, knowledgeable care. One of the best ways to do this is by using reviews. As many as 88% of people trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. Potential clients are interested in knowing what experiences other customers have had with your company. How do you get reviews? Many times it’s as simple as asking. During this health crisis, with many small businesses closed, may be the perfect time to build up your profile of online reviews. » Here are some tips.