July 2, 2014

Potential Research on Active Sitting as a Necessary Component to Correct Sedentary Behaviors

Thank-you for your introduction to the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network.  This is a fantastic pooling of research and expertise to help address this deadly by-product of […]
April 29, 2014

Proin sed quam hendrerit nonummy

Phasellus vitae ornare varius, quam nunc, tempus purus. Pellentesque malesuada arcu magna, gravida at, convallis ac, accumsan lorem.
April 28, 2014

Aliquam ultricies pretium

Donec est. Vivamus iaculis, diam eu arcu congue eleifend. Vestibulum commodo ligula ut augue. Maecenas pretium, diam id pharetra.
March 28, 2014

Revenge of the "Sit", Part 2

A new review in the journal Mental Health and Physical Activity looks at the potential impact of sedentary behaviour on mental health: It is generally understood […]
March 25, 2014

SBRN Members featured on Quirks and Quarks

SBRN members Genevieve Healy and Mark Tremblay were featured on an episode of the science radio show Quirks and Quarks, discussing the health impact of sitting. […]
March 22, 2014

University of Otago seeking PhD/MSc students for sedentary behaviour research

Dr Meredith Peddie of the University of Otago (New Zealand) is currently looking for a PhD/MSc student to investigate the energy expenditure and possible dietary compensation […]
March 12, 2014

Nullam nec urna in sem lacinia malesuada sed mollis tortor

Praesent consequat. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Vestibulum massa dui sed nulla ut nulla a mi. Fusce wisi nibh […]
March 6, 2014

Sedentary behaviour workplace wellness posters

The Heart Foundation of Australia has created a series of excellent workplace wellness posters targeting sedentary behaviour that can be printed off from their website. Sit-Less […]
February 19, 2014

Reconsidering "Reconsidering the sedentary behaviour paradigm"

Earlier this week we posted the abstract of a study concluding that sedentary behaviour may not have health effects independent of physical activity.  David Dunstan and colleagues […]