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Canadian Massage Therapist Alliance has provided submission for review to have GST/HST removed from massage therapy services


COVID-19 has major impact on psycho-social care of cancer patients


Weight between young adulthood and midlife linked to early mortality


Yoga shown to improve anxiety, study shows

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