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Benefits & Guidelines – Older Adults 65+
Canadians everywhere structure their lives around routines – going to school or to work, preparing meals, morning and bedtime rituals – plus just about everything in between. Whether you realize it or not, the cumulative effects of these routines can have a big impact on…
When it comes to keeping the doctor away, 10,000 steps might be even better than an apple.
Forming new habits, particularly as it pertains to physical activity, can lead you down the path of lasting behaviour change. But what to do about those not-so-great habits you’re currently trying to kick?
Two words: March Break. Two more words, from the kids, a few hours into the day: “I’m booooooored.” Few things bother me more than hearing my boys utter this line (and its close relative, “I don’t know what to doooooo.”)
When it comes to the health and happiness of your child, every hour matters. For optimal health, each day needs to be filled with the right amounts of sweating, stepping, sleeping, and sitting.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation, the launch of the ParticipACTION 150 Play List, and the 105th edition of the country's biggest football game: the Grey Cup.
Welcome to September! For both parents and their children, returning to school feels like the beginning of a new year.
Have you ever had a day when you have plans to go for a long walk or even longer bike ride and then are secretly glad when it starts to rain, because it means you can spend the afternoon on the couch? (This might have happened to me last week...)
March—the final winter hurdle. It can be a hard month mentally for many Canadians. Hang tight, we got this! Days are getting longer and temperatures are steadily rising.