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All the right moves

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Dr. Robert Ross - (snipped) "All the right moves" The key to success is surprisingly simple: make workouts, short, intense, social and 'mindless' from MacLean's Magazine.... more info

CORE honoured by Canadian Diabetes Association

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CORE honoured by Canadian Diabetes Association (snipped) 2010-05-05 ... The Queen’s University Centre for Obesity, Research and Education (CORE) has received the Canadian Diabetes Association’s (CDA) Partnership Award for its efforts in the Kingston community.  
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How sport shapes the social development of adolescents

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Dr. Mark Bruner - How sport shapes the social development of adolescents:

Sports study uses Chatham athletes (April 29, 2010)

The importance of sports

Dr. Bruner makes house calls at McGregor, Chatham-Kent (April 29, 2010)

Queen's researchers receive Canada Foundation for Innovation funding

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Dr. Brendon Gurd - (snipped) - Two Queen's researchers have received a total of $470,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), and both will use the money to outfit new labs at the university ....more here

Healthy People 2010 Conference

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Dr. Robert Ross - Speaking at the Healthy People 2010 Conference, in the Redlands (Calif.) Daily Facts, Press Enterprise (Riverside, Calif.), and San Bernardino California Sun; obesity and exercise, in the Regina Leader-Post and St. John's Telegram, and in the Dawson Creek Daily News

Paralympic torch bearer

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Dr. Amy Latimer - paralympic torch bearer - in the Kingston Whig Standard

Canada Gets Active program

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Healthy living as early as pre-school

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Dr. Elaine Power - Preventing obesity among pre-school children in Mexico, on Morning Post Exchange

Time for Wii class

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Dr. Ian Janssen Time for Wii class, Phys. Ed. for the gamer generation - article from Globe and Mail

Dr. Jean Côté named 2009 EW Barker Professorship

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Dr. Jean Côté named 2009 EW Barker Professorship through the National Institute of Education in Singapore (snipped). Dr. Côté, SKHS Director, pursues research in the areas of coaching, children in sport, positive youth development, and sport expertise.