Like Peter, I was intrigued by the runaway success of Pokemon Go this summer. Like many of my colleagues, I’ve been skeptical about active games in the past. But as Peter recently discussed here on
Just over a month ago, Nintendo released what has become one of the most popular video games ever created. Although Pokemon Go is somewhat old news now as it has been covered ad nauseum by
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
When Travis and I started writing this blog back in 2008, our lives looked drastically different than they do today. We were both graduate students in our 20’s, with ample spare time, good health, few
Travis and I have spilled plenty of ink on this blog regarding the health risks of too much sitting and the potential benefits of using standing desks. Despite knowing how prolonged sitting was likely adversely
Recipe for a healthy day: how compositional data analysis can help us optimise our daily routine to be healthy.
Today’s post comes from Dr Sebastien Chastin at Glasgow Caledonian University. What is the recipe for a healthy day? This is the question we explore in our research article “Combined Effects of Time Spent in