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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.

Food prices in Kingston

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Dr. Elaine Power - Food prices in Kingston - The Whig-Standard 10 Feb 2009

Obesity Panacea

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(Peter Janiszewski and Travis Saunders) Blog Article 2009:

Kingston seniors get fit for research

Combined exercise improves obese seniors’ health, experts say

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Dr. Robert Ross ...(snipped).

CAMBIO and SKHS

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Canada and Mexico Battling Childhood Obesity – and the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies are pleased to welcome the first CAMBIO-funded trainees and postdoctoral fellows to Queen’s University. Margarita Safdie (BSc, MSc) is the recipient of the inaugural CAMBIO PhD Graduate Student Fellowship Award; and Karla Galaviz (BSc) is the recipient of a CAMBIO Master’s Graduate Student Fellowship Award. Both will study under the supervision of Dr. Lucie Lévesque, Associate Professor in the School and a member of the CAMBIO Project Team. Dr.

Kingston Revved Up – Grand Opening Ceremony

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Kingston Revved Up celebrated its establishment in the Kingston community with a Grand Opening Ceremony. Revved Up is an exercise program designed to assist persons living with mobility impairment in the Kingston community. The ceremony was held at the 12th annual Spinal Cord Injury Reunion at St Mary’s of the Lake Hospital in Kingston. An estimated 200 SCI patients, past-patients and family members were present and helped celebrate the program’s inauguration.