Researchers at Syracuse University recently conducted a study to determine the mechanisms behind CBD’s ability to reduce pain, as well as the impact the placebo effect may have on pain outcomes.
ABMP members have recently shared more instances of receiving unsolicited "offers" from various web hosting companies that appear as invoices. This confusing “offer” is simply a ploy, and members should ignore these invoices.
The Five Lights Center of Shiatsu Studies announced six courses that are now available through the school’s online educational program. All courses are taught through Zoom’s livestream video platform.
Laura Embleton, ABMP's director of government relations, will be part of a town hall session at ISPA's Stronger Together Summit. The Summit is taking place May 10–14, and the session is on Thursday, May 13.
A recent study evaluated the immediate effects of a local vibratory stimulation device on subjects with poor proprioception in certain areas of their bodies.
The MTF’s Spare Change program is an effortless way to round up your everyday credit card purchases and donate the small amounts of spare change to MTF.
This year’s awards highlighted solutions and innovations implemented specifically in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in three categories: business practices, philanthropy, and technology.
Irene Smith (1946–2021), an educator and founder of the Everflowing hospice program, passed away in her home on April 4, 2021.
Results of a recent pilot study suggest that massage and relaxation are effective interventions for reducing the psychological burdens on caregivers of patients with dementia.
Hyperice is offering a free webinar featuring Paul Nunez, director of spa, fitness & wellness at JW Marriott Marco Island & Spa Advisory Council of the Americas, on “Adapting to the Current Landscape of the Spa Industry.”