Over the past several decades, children’s physical activity has declined for a number of reasons, including parental concern about children’s safety. Continue reading
About this time last year, we had a new member join our research team in Edmonton.
A few choice words are used often to describe obesity and the trends observed over the past few decades. Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, Weight Watchers received a lot of attention in the media (see HERE, HERE and HERE) after they announced their to-be-released program for teens, which will be available free-of-charge for a period of time.
Very interesting article published today in the New York Times about… Continue reading
Earlier today, the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (UAlberta) announced the names of the graduate students who were successful in their recent Graduate Studentship competition. Continue reading
Over recent years, there’s been growing interest in taxing sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) as a means to improve public health. Continue reading