Bad Backs Fear Makes Young People Sit Up and Take Notice. Or Not.

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In April 2014 the British Chiropractic Association held its Chiropractic Awareness Week. To celebrate, this organisation of those who look after people’s postures, skeletons and whole bodies commissioned a poll into the impact of computers and other devices on children and teenagers. Chiropractic Awareness Week Technology and Teens discovered that 40% of British 11-16 year… Read more »

The EF ‘Education First’ Case Study: Quick Look at Long-term MBF Client

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EF, meaning ‘Education First’, has become since its founding in 1965 the world’s largest privately-held international study organisation specialising in international educational programmes from language teaching for youngsters or business people to study and travel overseas to academic degrees allowing students of all ages the opportunities to explore other cultures and expand their horizons. Proud… Read more »