Comparing Physical Activity Behavior of Children During School Between Balanced and Traditional School Day Schedules

If You Make it Free, Will They Come? Using a Physical Activity Accessibility Model to Understand the Use of a Free Children’s Recreation Pass

This study aims to answer a simple question: Are expenses the main obstacle in the fitness of children? The study inducted took a particular age group and studied them over the course of a year. The age group was specifically chosen as being the ‘turning point’ for sedentary lifestyles, where children seem to lose interest […]

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Experiential Learning Group on Nutrigenomics wins Campus Collaboration Award

Last month, the HEAL’s student experiential learning group for the Nutrigenomics, Overweight/Obesity and Weight Management (NOW) Trial received the Campus Collaboration Award through Brescia University College. HEAL researcher and PhD candidate, Justine Horne, has been working alongside Catherine Brown (Registered Dietitian), Dr. Janet Madill, Dr. Jason Gilliland and the NOW executive committee to lead this group since April 2017. The […]

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