By Patty Wellborn on June 27, 2011
Frailty and inability to complete daily chores a risk for those who are inactive.
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By Bud Mortenson on April 27, 2011
UBC Human Kinetics Assistant Professor Neil Eves and Master of Science student Graeme Koelwyn are conducting research that examines...
By Bud Mortenson on April 21, 2011
According to the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines, to achieve health benefits, adults aged 18 to 64 should accumulate at least 150 minutes of aerobic physical activity per week. But is there a way for the average adult to achieve the same health benefits in less time while increasing their enjoyment of exercise? This is the […]
By Jody Jacob on March 16, 2011
Chris Willie, a Human Kinetics PhD student at UBC's Okanagan campus, is the principal author of a new study soon to appear in one of the world's top clinical journals, Hypertension.
By Jody Jacob on March 2, 2011
The Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention (IHLCDP) at UBC has provided $30,000 in funding divided equally among three initiatives that support research collaborations between UBC faculty and community-based researchers. The projects are aimed at improving the health and well-being of Okanagan residents. They will address community issues such as improving cardiac care […]
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By Jody Jacob on February 4, 2011
Province-wide project receives $149,000 from Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research has awarded $149,000 to a province-wide research team co-led by Kathy Rush, associate professor of nursing at UBC’s Okanagan campus, and Monica Adamack, regional practice leader, clinical education, for Interior Health. Given through the BC Nursing Research […]