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The increasing use of video games is often blamed for children’s lack of interest in physical activity, but a study by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, recently published in the Games for Health Journal suggests that active video games may actually be a source of moderate or intense physical activity in children five to eight […]

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by Max Kovler, PT Reg. (ON) for Mobile Physio Most people will attest to the fact that neck (or cervical) pain is a common but self-limiting problem. However, many individuals experience neck pain as a series of exacerbations and remissions, and for some neck pain can be a chronic problem. Most frequently it’s labelled by […]

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by Max Kovler, PT Reg. (ON) for Mobile Physio A number of Australian rehabilitation researchers have noted that patients with chronic neck pain exhibit dysfunction of the deep cervical musculature (DCF)1and proposed that rehabilitation targeting these muscles is important for successful physiotherapy for chronic neck pain. To date there have been four studies of this […]

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“We find that the more time children spend outdoors the more active they are,” said David Dzewaltowski, professor of physical activity and public health in the Kansas State University College of Human Ecology. He called the lack of physical activity in children today a national problem, adding, “We think children are physically active, but studies […]

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Signs of cognitive decline related to aging populations, and even the severe cognitive losses seen in Alzheimer’s disease and neuro-degenerative disorders, may emerge many years earlier, according to a report presented today at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. The study suggests that early signs of cognitive decline are already present […]

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