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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WBKO) – Gov. Andy Beshear was joined by health care leaders and lawmakers today in the Capitol Rotunda for a bill-signing ceremony honoring the passage of legislation that expands health care services for Kentuckians. The measure, House Bill 75, also supports Kentucky’s hospitals by boosting Medicaid payment rates for outpatient procedures performed at

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January 5, 2024

School districts across the country rely on SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education in order to develop their own standards, frameworks and curricula. As part of the ongoing standards revision process, SHAPE America’s National Physical Education Standards Task Force has tirelessly gathered research and best practices from education experts around

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January 3, 2024

Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said on Friday that Ottawa was clawing back $82.5-million from health transfers to the provinces for allowing for-profit companies to charge for medically necessary health services, mostly diagnostic services such as MRIs and CT scans. More importantly, the minister served notice that, going forward, there would also be a crackdown

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December 1, 2023

Screenshot 2023-06-29 140840. jpg By Åke Blomqvist Following passage of the Ford government’s Bill 60, Ontario’s ministry of health now has the option to contract out to independent clinics the provision of certain kinds of health-care services normally provided in hospitals. Its opponents have cast the bill as favoring “privatization” and as a threat to

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July 4, 2023

More than 300 internationally educated health-care professionals have accepted job offers to work in Manitoba. Our provincial Health Minister provided an update Tuesday afternoon on the results from a recent recruitment mission to the Philippines. Audrey Gordon said last November, her government implemented the Health Human Resource Action Plan to retain, train and recruit 2,000

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June 30, 2023

Descrease article font size Increase article font size The Manitoba government says it’s giving a boost to the province’s health-care system by bringing in more than 300 internationally educated professional workers to fill vacant positions. Health minister Audrey Gordon said Tuesday that almost 90 per cent of the 348 candidates offered for positions during the

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June 28, 2023

Aloha, wellness seekers! Today, we embark on an informative journey into the realm of PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy, an innovative approach that utilizes electromagnetic fields to promote healing and enhance overall well-being. Join me as we delve into the scientific foundations of PEMF therapy, explore its diverse benefits, and discover how this remarkable modality

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June 25, 2023

(Article 3 of 5) Dr. Aubrey Shaw [right] with her mentor, Dr. Sharon Stoll [5-Part Article Series] People with physical disabilities hold limited positions as scholars, teachers, or leaders in physical education, recreation, and sports. Perhaps the reason is that the field is flooded with able-bodied people who think they know best. But do they?

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June 19, 2023