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Informing the creation of an evidence-based app for daily physical activity in schools
It has been well document that physical activity has positive effects on physical health and well-being, as well as academic performance. In contrast, sedentary behaviour has been associated with negative health implications, ...
Relative age effects: exploring possible solutions and the relationships between relative age, sport participation, education, and indicators of positive youth development
Relative age occurs when youth are placed into age groups in sport and education. Relative Age Effects (RAE) indicate that being born closer to the cutoff date holds an advantage in sport and academic outcomes. Study 1 ...
Durham Region healthy sex youthality project: youth's perspectives of sexual health needs in Durham Region
According to Durham Region Public Health Department, 40% of youth, aged 15-19 years, living in Durham Region said that they had engaged in sexual intercourse in the last year, with 570 youth becoming pregnant. In Durham ...