March 21, 2018

Taxonomy-based content analysis of sedentary behavior questionnaires: A systematic review

Today’s post comes from researchers Salomé Aubert and Fabien Rivière, and describes their recent review of the content of sedentary behaviour questionnaires.  More on Salomé and Fabien can be […]
March 14, 2018

Do we fatten our kids in front of screens? Yes, no, maybe, it depends!

Today’s post comes from Professor Stuart Biddle, of the University of Southern Queensland.  More on Professor Biddle, and links to papers cited in this article, can […]
January 30, 2018

Sitting on a ticking time bomb: managing type 2 diabetes in a sitting-centric world

Today’s post comes from Dr Paddy Dempsey.  You can find more about Dr Dempsey’s work at the bottom of this post. To request copies of the […]
November 17, 2017

Why are adults sedentary?

Today’s article comes from Dr Stephanie Prince Ware.  More information on Dr Prince Ware can be found at the bottom of this post.  Her recent paper […]
October 3, 2017

Sedentary Time in Older Adults: What we know, and where we need to go.

Today’s post comes from Dr Jennifer Copeland, and Dr Shilpa Dogra.  More information on the authors can be found at the bottom of this post. We […]
September 27, 2017

Is all screen time bad?

Travis’ Note: Today’s post comes from  Dr Allana LeBlanc.  You can find more on Allana at the bottom of this post. If you’re not familiar with […]
September 13, 2017

Breaks from sitting can improve post-meal glucose and insulin: is the type of break important?

Today’s post comes from Dr Robyn Larsen.  More information on Dr Larsen can be found at the bottom of this post. The concept of breaks in […]
August 17, 2017

Improve your in health by swapping out sitting time

Today’s post comes from Drs Annemarie Koster and Julianne van der Berg.  For more information on their work, please see the bottom of this post. Doing desk […]
August 9, 2017

Which activity types are healthy alternatives to replace leisure screen time and reduce mortality risk?

Today’s post comes from Dr Katrien Wijndaele, University of Cambridge, UK. More information on Dr Wijndaele can be found at the bottom of this post. Excessive leisure […]