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New ASCO guideline recommends integrative interventions to manage cancer pain

New ASCO guideline recommends integrative interventions to manage cancer pain

Pain is a clinical challenge for many cancer patients and physicians, and according to Heather Greenlee, ND, PhD., there is growing evidence that integrative therapies can be helpful in pain management. A new joint practice guideline from the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO) and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) used 227 relevant studies …

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Former BoC Governor Stephen Poloz warns against inflation being rooted in expectations - Canada News

Former BoC Governor Stephen Poloz warns against inflation being rooted in expectations – Canada News

Photo: The Canadian Press Stephen Poloz listens to a question at a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The former Bank of Canada governor says preventing current high inflation from feeding into public expectations is key if the country is to avoid falling into recession. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang BANFF, …

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How TIFF's business is affected when the rest of Canada can see the films |  CBC News

How TIFF’s business is affected when the rest of Canada can see the films | CBC News

Amidst sold-out film premieres and star-studded red carpets, another side of the Toronto International Film Festival unfolded at venues like the Soho Metropolitan Hotel on Wellington Street. “Every hotel room has a different sales representative,” said Laurie May, co-chairman of Elevation Pictures and a TIFF board member. Behind the scenes, distributors and studios met with …

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Sacheen Littlefeather apologizes at Academy event 49 years after Marlon Brando's Oscars protest |  CBC News

Sacheen Littlefeather apologizes at Academy event 49 years after Marlon Brando’s Oscars protest | CBC News

Sacheen Littlefeather, the Native American activist who endured decades of harassment after rejecting Marlon Brando’s best actor award at the 1973 Academy Awards, received a formal apology from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) at an event on Saturday. Almost 50 years ago, Littlefeather stood on stage after Brando was honored for …

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Dollarama attracts shoppers from 'all walks of life' looking for relief from high prices - Business News

Dollarama attracts shoppers from ‘all walks of life’ looking for relief from high prices – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press People walk into a Dollarama store in Toronto, September 25, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy Discount retailer Dollarama Inc. is gaining new customers as Canadian shoppers “step away” from more expensive stores and gravitate toward lower-priced dollar stores amid inflation. The retail chain said on Friday it was attracting consumers from …

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Winnipeg sent Amazon packing when the e-commerce giant wanted to build the facility, says mayoral candidate |  CBC News

Winnipeg sent Amazon packing when the e-commerce giant wanted to build the facility, says mayoral candidate | CBC News

Online retail giant Amazon wanted to build a facility in Winnipeg that employs about 2,000 people, but city administrators turned it down — and never told councilors, says mayoral candidate Kevin Klein. An organization representing the company approached the city earlier this year to discuss building on the city’s eastern edge, adjacent to Transcona, Klein …

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Global outbreak of acute hepatitis in children: latest news - InSight+

Global outbreak of acute hepatitis in children: latest news – InSight+

NEW preprint research suggests that ongoing outbreaks of acute hepatitis in children may have a more complex cause than previously thought. According to the World Health Organization, as of July 8, 2022, 35 countries have reported 1,010 probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown cause in children, including 22 deaths and 46 liver transplants. …

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How the luxury fitness bubble burst as the pandemic continued |  CBC News

How the luxury fitness bubble burst as the pandemic continued | CBC News

Gym rats, beware: The luxury fitness boom may very well be cooling off as high-end exercise brands like Peloton and SoulCycle struggle to turn a profit during this pandemic. Peloton — the company behind a line of advanced stationary bikes that enjoyed a flurry of business during the early lockdown period — has announced layoffs, …

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The last pockets of cheap rent in Canada are getting harder and harder to find |  CBC News

The last pockets of cheap rent in Canada are getting harder and harder to find | CBC News

As rents have soared over the past two months, affordable pockets of rental housing have become increasingly difficult to find. In July, the average monthly cost to rent a property across Canada was $1,934 — up 10.4 per cent from last year, according to data from real estate company Rentals.ca. With a similar increase in …

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Canada's Newest Coin Pays Tribute to Oscar Peterson |  CBC News

Canada’s Newest Coin Pays Tribute to Oscar Peterson | CBC News

Montreal pianist and jazz musician Oscar Peterson is honored with a commemorative coin released today. Peterson, who died in 2007, was one of Canada’s most respected musicians and is remembered as one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time. The Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a commemorative $1 circulation coin to honor Peterson’s “extraordinary …

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Customers scream foul as Air Canada, WestJet continue to deny certain compensation claims despite new directive |  CBC News

Customers scream foul as Air Canada, WestJet continue to deny certain compensation claims despite new directive | CBC News

A recent decision by the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) should help clear the air about flight compensation. In issuing a decision in the WestJet case on July 8, the transport regulator he clarified thatIn general, airlines cannot deny compensation to passengers for flight disruptions caused by crew shortages. However, the clarification only sparked fury among …

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The group lists NS at the top of the COVID-19 risk index for infections, impact |  CBC News

The group lists NS at the top of the COVID-19 risk index for infections, impact | CBC News

A group of researchers analyzing COVID-19 data from across Canada ranked Nova Scotia the highest in the country in its risk index at the end of July. During the week of July 29, the organization COVID-19 Resources Canada rated Nova Scotia very high on its risk index. The rest of the country was rated either …

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