Very cool story out of Saskatchewan this week, with a grade 1 classroom that has converted to standing desks. Unfortunately I can’t embed the full interview, although it can be seen here. A short video
Today’s post comes from PhD Candidate Justin Lang, describing a cool intervention study that he just had published in Preventive Medicine. Along with Jessica McNeil, Mark Tremblay and myself, Justin found that an incredibly simple
Time to combine physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep guidelines into one holistic guideline?
Sitting is bad for you. Exercise is good for you. Sleep is too. At present, we have 3 separate guidelines targeting these 3 separate behaviours. However, when combined these behaviours make up the full 24
Today’s post comes from friend and colleague Dr Stephanie Prince, discussing her important new paper published in Obesity Reviews (available free here). More on Stephanie can be found at the bottom of this post. And
Today’s post comes from Jonathan Kurka and Matthew Buman, discussing a recent paper that they published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Below is a video of Dr Buman explaining the main findings of his
Today’s post comes from Allana Leblanc. You can find more on Allana at the bottom of this post. Right next to coconut water, and standing desks, “walking meetings” are the newest buzzwords for the ever