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Sedentary behaviour – one definition to rule them all

Exciting news – this week the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network published an updated definition of the terms “sedentary” and “sedentary behaviour” in French and English in the journals Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism and Movement & Sport Sciences – Science & Motricité. … Continue reading »

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Is Fat Gain a Problem or Solution?

Earlier this year Dr Jean-Philippe Chaput and I published an editorial in the journal Bioenergetics: Open Access examining whether weight gain should be seen as a physiological problem or as merely a logical adaptation to our current environments. JP is … Continue reading »

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Preventing Obesity Part 1: Adequate Sleep (Podcast # 19)

UPDATE: Part 2 (mental work) is now online here, while Part 3 (nutrition) can be found here. Two weeks ago Dr Angelo Tremblay gave a lecture at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario on preventing obesity in 2011 and beyond.  … Continue reading »

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Childhood Obesity Research at CSEP 2011

This afternoon at CSEP 2011 I attended a session titled “Childhood obesity prevention: new insights into (in)activity behaviours”.  All of the presenters come from the Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research … Continue reading »

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