January 13, 2021

Measurement of sedentary behaviour in human adults: A toolkit

Thank you to Dr. Justin Aunger and Dr. Janelle Wagnild for providing this post.  Dr. Justin Aunger (Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, UK) and […]
January 20, 2021

Habitual physical activity levels and sedentary time of children in different childcare arrangements

Thank you to Dr. Trish Tucker and Julie Statler for providing this post. The blog post describes a study titled “Habitual physical activity levels and sedentary […]
February 24, 2021

Sitting Time Metrics Added to Global Observatory for Physical Activity (GoPA!) Country Cards

Today’s blog comes from Matthew Mclaughlin. More about the author can be found at the bottom of this post.   Sitting Time Metrics Added to Global […]
March 4, 2021

Relationships between indices of sedentary behavior and hedonic well-being: A scoping review

Thank you to Dr. Wuyou Sui for providing this post. The blog post describes a publication titled “Relationships between indices of sedentary behavior and hedonic well-being: […]
May 12, 2021

Sedentary Behavior During COVID-19: Implications for Health and a Framework for Behavior Change 

Today’s blog is provided by Emily Draper, Josh Causey, Prashil Thaker, Lauren Bates, and Gabriel Zieff describing two new papers from the Cardiometabolic Lab at the […]
June 9, 2021

Sedentary behaviour research in adults: A scoping review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses

Today’s blog post comes from Aamir Raoof Memon, an Assistant Professor at the Peoples University of Medical and Health Sciences for Women, Pakistan. In this blog, […]
July 29, 2021

Sedentary behavior is associated with a higher pro-inflammatory status in healthy participants

Today’s post comes from Dr. Pedro Tauler, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the Department of Fundamental Biology and Health Sciences at the University of […]
September 30, 2021

Can Too Much Sitting be Contributing to Depression?

Today’s post comes from Busola Dehinbo, a Health Sciences student at the University of Ottawa. Too much sitting is often related to less time spent participating […]