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Erica Phipps, SKHS PhD Student is recipient of 2015 Vanier Scholarship

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Erica Phipps, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies PhD student, is in the Queen’s Gazette this week as one of 6 New Vanier Scholars.  Ms. Phipps’ graduate supervisor, Dr. Jeffrey Masuda says:  "We at SKHS are exceptionally fortunate to have Erica Phipps join our PhD program and the Centre for Environmental Health Equity.

Jean Côté debates the question "Should we eliminate score-keeping from youth sports?"

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Dr. Jean Côté, SKHS Professor in Sport Psychology, participates to InformedDebate article in Costco Connection regarding the recent practice wherein many Canadian soccer associations stopped keeping score for youth matches.  Some people want scorekeeping eliminated from all youth sports.

Dr. Elaine Power says "basic income guarantee would lessen poverty"

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Opinion Column  - Kingston Whig Standard (snipped)           KingstonFoodbankJun2015

Basic income guarantee would lessen poverty   - says Dr. Elaine Power

HLTH 415 Students In The News - Health initiatives for a healthy community

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Healthy initiatives for a healthy community

Tuesday April 28, 2015 (snipped) By Rosie Hales, Communications Officer

Walk With Your Doc Event - HUGE Success

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The SKHS Exercise Is Medicine team hosted the

Walk With Your Doc event the weekend of 09 May 2015.



It was a HUGE success. We had about 30 people from the Kingston community in total come out - faces we haven't seen before!

We had about 5-7 physicians come as well. One woman asked her doctorto go and they came together which was great to see.

Alyssa Fenuta, PhD Candidate in SKHS participating in ParaPanAm Torch Relay 03 Aug 2015

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Ian Janssen, 2nd Annual Heart and Stroke Foundation Lecture Series 13 Apr 2015

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CLICK here for details on Dr. Ian Janssen's presentation - outdoor play keeps the doctor away scheduled for MONDAY 13 April 2015 at 4:30 pm at the Queen's Medicine Building, 15 Arch Street, Queen's Campus.

Exercise, Prescribed - KNPE 463 student-developed initiatives have real-world benefits

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Dr Robert Ross discusses: "Do workouts have to be high intensity to have an impact?"

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Robert Ross (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Do workouts have to be high intensity to have an impact,

For some time, the buzzword in fitness circles has been intensity. High-intensity workouts, conventional wisdom has it, deliver better results faster. They are the surest route to building muscle, shedding fat, fortifying the heart and lungs, and improving stamina and endurance.

Dr. Elaine Power talks about citizens' groups pushing for guaranteed annual income

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Dr. Elaine Power (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) - Since the recession, citizens' groups have been springing up across the country to push for a guaranteed annual income, in the Click here for FULL Story in the Toronto Star.

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