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Jenna Brady, PhD Candidate discusses impact of new Ontario provincial law for restaurants regarding caloric content display

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Jennifer (Jenna) Brady, PhD Candidate in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, on CBC Information Morning – NS on 05 Jan 2017She joined the discussion about the impact of the new Ontario provincial law that went into effect 01 Jan 2017 wherein caloric information must be displayed on certain restaurant menus.

CLICK HERE TO LINK to full podcast on CBC Information Morning - NS:  http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/848154691561

Jenna Brady, PhD Candidate discusses impact of new Ontario provincial law for restaurants regarding caloric content display

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Jenna Brady, PhD Candidate in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, on CBC Information Morning – NS.  She discusses the impact of the new Ontario provincial law effective 01 Jan 2017 wherein caloric information must be displayed on certain restaurant menus.

CLICK HERE TO LINK to full podcast on CBC Information Morning - NS:  http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/848154691561

Elaine Power discusses food security at Open Senate Caucus - she says it is an issue of income

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Mary Louise Adams says give Belle Park golf course a chance - it is a physical activity resource

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Mary Louise Adams, SKHS Professor, says give Belle Park golf course a chance – golf is a physical activity resource, particularly for the older generation.

City of Kingston staff recommends 'course' of action for Belle Park

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Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung, CRC Tier 2 Chair - Renewed Dec 2016

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Queen's Gazette (snipped),  Monday, December 5, 2016

Continuing research excellence

Friday December 2, 2016, By Communications Staff

A Queen’s University researcher’s funding through the Canada Research Chairs program has been renewed it was announced on Friday.

(photo courtesy Queen's Gazette)

Dr. Robert Ross talks to CBC Online about why fitness is something we should be measuring at the doctor's office

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CBC Online: Dr. Robert Ross, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, explains: Why fitness is something we should be measuring at the doctor’s office

Dr. Jean Côté, SKHS Director, helps to create youth guidelines for NBA and USA Basketball

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Queen's professor's research hits the hardwood

Dr. Jean Côté helps to create youth guidelines for NBA and USA Basketball (snipped from The Journal)  November 25, 2016   Joseph Cattana

Dr. Jean Côté talks about the dangers of early specialization in sport to CTV News Atlantic

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(snipped from Queen’s in the News:  “Parents are being warned about the dangers of early specialization in sport”.

(snipped from CTV News Atlantic:  “Jean Côté, a professor in Queens University's School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, said early specialization is the result of adults taking over and "professionalizing" youth sport”.

Elaine Power part of top Queen's researchers who receive SSHRC funding

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Recognizing top researchers (snipped)

Friday September 9, 2016

By Anne Craig, Communications Officer

Queen’s University receives $2.1 million in funding from SSHRC.

Twenty-two Queen’s University researchers have received $2.1 million in research funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight program. The goal of the Insight program is to build knowledge and understanding about people, societies and the world by supporting research excellence.

Kimberly Bergeron, SKHS Adjunct, discusses how "municipalities have the opportunity to improve health"

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Dr. Kimberley Bergeron, SKHS Adjunct and alumna, was interviewed by a reporter from the Toronto Star newspaper on Sunday September 4, 2016. The Star noted Dr. Bergeron's expertise on "how cities can use bylaws and other local powers to improve the health of residents".