Just a brief note to let everyone know that you have 10 days to get in your abstract or propose a workshop for the Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children which will take
Archives for November 2013
Earlier this year I was asked to give a talk on the childhood obesity epidemic for faculty and staff of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). The
Anyone who has sat through a thesis defense has heard some variation on the following question: “If you had unlimited funds, what would you do for your next study?”. It’s a good question. Like a
Today’s post comes from Afekwo Mbonu. You can find more on Afekwo at the bottom of this post. Occupational sitting and health risks As with sitting more generally, occupational sitting is also associated with increased
Being an obesity researcher, people who don’t know me often assume that I must have an extremely healthy diet. These people are somewhat mistaken. Let me be clear: I think my diet is pretty healthy.
Earlier this fall I let people know that Dr Steve Blair was giving a free public lecture organized by the local Exercise is Medicine student group at Queen’s University. The event took place a little