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
Today’s post comes from friend and colleague Allana Leblanc, who recently published a systematic review examining whether active video games were associated with health benefits in children. The paper was published in PLOS ONE (the
Travis’ Note: Today’s guest post comes from Allana Leblanc. You can find out more about Allana at the bottom of this post. You can find out how to submit your own Obesity Panacea guest post here. Over the past
Travis’ Note: Today’s guest post comes from Allana Leblanc (now our all-time leader with 3 guest posts to her name). You can find out more about Allana at the bottom of this post. You can
Systematic Review: TV viewing associated with poor physical, social, and psychological health in preschoolers
Travis’ Note: Today we have a guest post from my colleague Allana Leblanc, reporting on a systematic that she recently published examining the relationship between sedentary behaviour and markers of physical, social, and psychological health.
Travis’ Note: This morning the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology released the first official national guidelines for sedentary behaviour and physical activity for pre-school aged children (0-4 years old). Below we have a post by