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C h e c k o u t A B M P 's l a t e s t n e w s a n d b l o g p o s t s . Av a i l a b l e a t w w w. a b m p . c o m . 17 ON THE WEB Learn more about the therapists featured in this issue's Business Side column on page 22. Visit page 131 of our digital edition for exclusive content. M&B ONLINE PERSONALIZE A SELF-CARE STRATEGY If you aren't taking care of yourself, it will be challenging to encourage clients to do the same; your integrity is at stake. Taking care of yourself includes knowing what professionals you need to have on your self-care team. 4 QUESTIONS WITH RUTH WERNER Why is massage research important? This Massage & Bodywork columnist, author, and past president of the Massage Therapy Foundation explains how research has evolved and how it can help MTs be more effective and more accurate in their practice. EASIER WAYS FOR MASSAGE STUDENTS TO LEARN THE MUSCLES Students are learning to be muscle aficionados, but getting there can take some work. With all the information students need to learn, it's nice to have a few tricks to make the process easier. These study tips can help. LATEST BLOG POSTS WITH ABMP, YOUR WEBINAR CE IS FREE! 100+ on-demand webinars. $0 for CE hours. More reasons than ever to be an ABMP member. Three options to check out: • "Continuing Education: Use It to Build Your Practice" with Anne Williams • "Create Success: Thrive in Today's Marketplace" with Felicia Brown • "Discovery Through Dissection" with Thomas Myers WEBINARS Clockwise from top: Joshua Bell Karla Freitag Catherine Gregory Tiesha von Kaenel Joan M. Laubacher

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