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2015-05-07 08:34:27

Surroundings, incentives and ability to influence how and how much Canadians move OTTAWA, May 7, 2015 /CNW/ - In Canada, only 15 per cent of adults meet the

2015-05-06 23:03:05

Vancouver Chiropractic Clinic, Backs in Action Wellness Center, has recently published new blog containing Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Guidelines by CSEP.

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2015-05-03 14:40:21

Most people sit a lot for their jobs. But if you just get up for 2 minutes every hour, you could reverse the negative effects of sitting.

2015-02-13 23:04:02

Grappone demonstrates measurable outcomes related to workplace wellness. Concord, NH (PRWEB) February 13, 2015

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2015-02-04 13:20:12

Researchers studied 3 groups of runners and found that the strenuous, super-joggers had a similar mortality rate to sedentary people.

2015-01-30 23:05:46

Agein.com comments on a recent study exploring the dangers of prolonged sitting and offers tips to avoid doing so.​​ Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 30, 2015

2014-10-24 08:25:26

Even a modest increase in Canadians' movement would substantially reduce premature deaths, diminish prevalence of chronic diseases and boost economic growth OTTAWA, Oct.

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2014-09-22 03:00:59

While public health authorities focus on the physical activity benefits of active play, a new study from the University of Montreal reveals that for children, playing has no goal – it is an end in itself.

One Hour Of Moderate Exercise A Day Could Decrease Risk Of Heart Failure
2014-09-03 03:21:10

researchers say more than an hour of moderate or half an hour of vigorous exercise per day may lower your risk of heart failure by 46 percent.

Teachers Play Key Role In 'Be Active Kids' Program To Fight Childhood Obesity
2014-08-15 03:15:50

An innovative physical activities guide developed at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG) is helping North Carolina fight childhood obesity.


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