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Samantha King goes the extra mile

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More intersections mean less outdoor activity for children - Dr. Ian Janssen on study team

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(snipped) - 11 Oct 2011

High intersection density and well-connected streets in towns and cities may discourage children from being active and exercising outdoors, according to a Queen’s University study.

Queen's-created ethics tutorial garners national attention - Dr. Joan Stevenson on development team

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(snipped) - 2011-10-07

An online educational tool originally developed at Queen’s is now being used by researchers across Canada.

Dr. Samantha King's book basis of new NFB documentary film

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A new National Film Board of Canada (NFB) documentary film based on Dr. Samantha King's book premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in Sep 2011.  Dr.

Dr. Elaine Power Interviewed

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Dr. Elaine Power interviewed re Food Bank articles in Kingston Whig-Standard on: CBC Calgary, CBC Montreal, CBC Ontario Today and CBC Ontario Morning.

It's time to close Canada's food banks

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25 Jul 2011 - (snipped - Globe and Mail) - Dr. Elaine Power, explains why "It's time to close Canada's food banks"

Positive sporting experiences key for children's development

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20 Jul 2011 - (snipped) Dr. Jean Côté, SKHS Director - A cohesive team environment, assessing one’s own performance rather than comparing with others, and involvement in Positive sporting experiences key for children's development

Making Carleton Place a more walkable community

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19 Jul 2011 - (snipped)- CARLETON PLACE - A local graduate student (Kerry Hamilton - SKHS MSc Candidate) is urging Carleton Place town council to stand up to developers and tell them that they can build, but only if it makes the town a more walkable community. Read full story here

Fidgeting your way to fitness

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(Snipped) - Dr. Ashlee McGuire, recent SKHS PhD graduate, and her former supervisor, Dr. Robert Ross, release study. Walking to the photocopier and fidgeting at your desk are contributing more to your cardiorespiratory fitness than you might think. More about story here ...

Fidgeting your way to fitness

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28 Jun 2011 - (snipped) - "Fidgeting your way to fitness". Dr. Ashlee McGuire recent SKHS PhD graduate, and her former supervisor, Dr. Robert Ross, release study.  Walking to the photocopier and fidgeting at your desk are contributing more to your cardiorespiratory fitness than you might think.  More about story here ...