Monthly Archives: October 2009

2009 Massage Awareness Week

We would like to invite you all to celebrate massage awareness week with us. We have events scheduled at multiple campus locations. These Campuses will be asking for donations and they will be donating proceeds to a cause of their choice.  Some campuses are also donating their time by offering free massage at certain planned
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THE HEALTH CARE BUBBLE IN THE U.S.

FROM TOR DAHL AND ASSOCIATES Newsletter Volume 6, Issue 9: For health care premiums for 2010 price increases are now estimated to be in the range of nine to eleven percent – about five times higher than inflation. Outcomes will be about the same – we’ll still be 41st in life expectancy, 33rd in infant
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WOMAN OF WISDOM

We are fortunate when we have the chance to listen and learn from someone who possesses the strength of wisdom. A recent conversation with a woman taught me that wisdom is a scarce commodity in our society today. The wisdom possessed by this woman was not developed through formal education but through first hand life
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Plymouth Firefighter 5K

The Plymouth Admissions Department along with coordinators and students from our Health Fitness Specialist, Massage Therapy, and Medical Assistant program participated in the Plymouth Firefighter 5K Run /Walk on Saturday, September 26th. The event was part of the 5th Annual Plymouth on Parade.    Some of our students and staff took part in the 5K, others
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Massage Externships Approved in North Dakota

We have been working diligently over the last year with the North Dakota Massage Licensing Board to get approval for our massage students to do massage externships in North Dakota.  This last week we received notification that North Dakota has approved massage externships.  We are very excited to give our massage students the opportunity to
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THE COST OF FAILURE TO ENACT HEALTH CARE REFORM

  FROM THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION September 30, 2009 By: Garrett B, Holahan J, Doan L and Headen I Researchers from the Urban Institute used their Health Insurance Policy Simulation Model to estimate how coverage and cost trends would change between now and 2019 if the health system is not reformed. The report shows that under the
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