The Biggest Loser has received a healthy dose of backlash from the medical community over recent years; all of it well deserved. If you haven’t seen the show (I admit I’ve only seen an episode
My wife recently purchased a FitBit Alta activity tracker that she absolutely loves. She is constantly looking at the number of steps she’s taken throughout the day, and rejoices like a child when she hits
Travis’ note. Today’s post comes from PhD student Negin Riazi, and continues to focus on Canada’s new 24-Hour Movement Behaviour Guidelines for Children and Youth. You can find more on Negin at the bottom of this
Yesterday Canada released the world’s first 24-hour movement behaviour guidelines for children and youth. It was a massive undertaking, and I am proud to have been a part of it. These guidelines are new, and
The 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Are Canadian children too tired to move?
Travis’ note: Today’s post is from frequent Obesity Panacea contributor Allana Leblanc. You can find more on Allana at the bottom of this post. Today marks the release of the ParticipACTION Report Card, and new
Body mass index (BMI) is calculated by dividing your weight by your height squared (see this online calculator to calculate your own BMI). It is simple to calculate, and by far the most common measure