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Elite athlete testing may revamp injured worker compensation practices

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17 May 2011- (snipped)- Lead researcher Sivan Almosnino, PhD Candidate, hopes that new testing procedures for work-related injuries will lead to less subjective testing and better treatment options.  Read Elite athlete testing may revamp injured worker compensation practices and from the Kingston Whig Standard Device gives

2010 Team Staff Recognition Award

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SKHS Staff Team wins 2010 Team Staff Recognition Award .... read "University recognizes staff contributions"

2010 Team Staff Recognition Award

View a video of the presentation

Canada Research Chairs funding

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Dec 2010 - (snipped) Queen's receives $9.1 million in Canada Research Chairs Funding (full story)....

SKHS Faculty Members secure 2 CRC Tier 2 positions:

1 - Dr. Ian Janssen named Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity and Obesity

2010 Franklin Henry Young Scientist Award

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Dr. Dany MacDonald, former SKHS PhD student, receives 2010 Franklin Henry Young Scientist Award and presents at Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference.

Put the squeeze on soreness

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Why small towns breed pro athletes

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Dr. Jean Côté -(snipped) Why small towns breed pro athletes.... full story in the Wall Street Journal

Type 2 Diabetes, low income linked in women

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Early Researcher Awards

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Congratulations! - Three SKHS faculty members secure Ministry of Research and Innovation ERA (Early Researcher Awards) - Drs. Amy Latimer, Spencer Moore, and Kyra Pyke.......full story

Weight loss and diet

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The world’s longest tennis match

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Dr. Brendon Gurd - The world’s longest tennis match and its affects on the athletes’ bodies in the Cape Breton Post, on TSN, CTV.ca, Yahoo.ca, CBC.ca, Sympatico.ca and the St. John’s Telegram.