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How does helping people affect your brain?

Study shows neurobiological effects of providing support to others. Providing “targeted” social support to other people in need activates regions of the brain involved in parental care may help researchers understand the … READ MORE

Complimentary massage therapy

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta, CPAA is proud to partner with Mount Royal University to offer FREE massage therapy to our clients, caregivers, and members. Massages are 45 minutes and include a 10 minute assessment. … READ MORE

Walking frame could keep older adults active

A robotic walking frame that could help older people recover more quickly after a fall or injury, reducing the length of time they need to stay in hospital, is being developed in partnership with researchers at Northumbria University, … READ MORE

How to improve health care in Canada

Expanding public funding for cost-effective treatments, investing in primary care, embracing technology and engaging patients are some of the ways Canada can improve the quality of health care, according to an analysis in CMAJ … READ MORE

The curious case of Charles Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer-prize winning columnist for The Washington Post, best-selling author, Fox News commentator and well-respected conservative rhetorician, died on June 21 after an aggressive return of cancer following … READ MORE

Nike signs runner with cerebral palsy

A junior at the University of Oregon, Justin Gallegos becomes the first athlete with cerebral palsy to sign a pro contract with Nike. A lifelong race: Justin Gallegos doesn’t let Cerebral Palsy keep him from running. Adam Eberhardt, … READ MORE

Campaign raises orthotics safety concerns

Some providers unqualified and undertrained, local lab says. Orthotic resident Thomas McManus, left, certified orthotist Karen Bohm and certified orthotist and prosthetist Marc Tessier hold a variety of custom-made orthotics. Tessier … READ MORE
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