Monthly Archives: April 2022

New Study: Rethinking walkability and developing a conceptual definition of active living environments to guide research and practice

New Study: Rethinking walkability and developing a conceptual definition of active living environments to guide research and practice

A team of researchers led by Melissa Tobin with Samantha Hajna, Kassia Orychock, Nancy Ross, Megan DeVries, Paul Villeneuve, Lawrence Frank, Gavin McCormack, Rania Wasfi, Madeline Steinmetz-Wood, Jason Gilliland, Gillian Booth, Meghan Winters, Yan Kestens, Kevin Manaugh, Danial Rainham, Lise Gauvin, Michael Widener, Nazeem Muhajarine, Hui Luan, and Daniel Fuller recently published a study entitled: […]

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New Study Examines Residential Greenness and Substance Use among Youth and Young Adults

A team of researchers led by Evan Wiley with Saverio Stranges, Jason Gilliland, Kelly Anderson, and Jamie Seabrook recently published a study entitled: “Residential greenness and substance use among youth and young adults: Associations with alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use.” Research has identified positive associations between green space and physical and mental health outcomes. Substance […]

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