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Fergus Research Team 2014 Trip to South Africa

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Dr. Stevenson Fergus and his research team, Dr. Nomusa Mngoma and MSc Candidate, Heather Nyamazana visited South Africa to continue their research work on "Sisonke Cares", a Queen's health promotion project tackling HIV infection and gender-based violence.

SKHS Wins Men's Soccer Intramural - Aug 2014 - Awesome !

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SKHS won the Men's soccer intramural championship August 2014

(snipped from Golden Gaels website) In a thrilling final, SKHS United defeated Allan's Angels in penalties, to win the 2014 Men's Summer Soccer Championship.  A penalty goal for Allan's Angels opened the scoring, followed by a quick 2-goal outburst from SKHS United.  Late in the second half, Allan's Angels tied the game.  Overtime solved nothing, leading to penalty kicks, where SKHS outscored their opponents 5-4.

Kyle Clarke, MA Candidate wins Ontario Nature Award

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Local conservation hero wins Ontario Nature award -

Kyle Clarke recognized for leadership in the protection of nature (snipped)

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Dr Steve Fischer - and Paramedics team up with CRE-MSD to prevent musculoskeletal disorders

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(snipped) from News from the CREs Issue 14 Spring 2014

Fischer research team (including Brendan Coffey, SKHS MSc Candidate) team up with paramedics  and CRE-MSD to prevent musculoskeletal disorders.

Dr. Ian Janssen - "Parents over-policing child's play", obesity expert says - Toronto Star article

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SKHS Graduate Student Andrea Brennan

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Lucie Levesque leads Queen's largest fitness class 02 Apr 2014

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Exercise is Medicine - SKHS Graduate Students Brennan, Giovannetti and Ma Spearheading Change

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Friday, March 7, 2014 Toronto Star (snipped) By: Andrea Gordon Feature Writer, Published on Fri Mar 07 2014

Andrea Brennan, Sara Giovannetti, Jasmin Ma - Two Stories from the Toronto Star 07 March 2014

Story #1 - Medical students spearheading change  --  But connecting busy physicians and exercise experts who can help implement prescriptions is critical to making it work

Tschakosky and Walsh say "Exercise both body and mind with a different kind of cross-training"

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Hate on Ice - Dr. Mary Louise Adams and Dr. William Bridel Discuss in Newsweek

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The Frozen Closet

Hate on the Ice - The surprising truth about the olympics "gayest" sport -By / January 30, 2014 12:00 PM EST (snipped)