Being more active might be related to better blood glucose levels in people with diabetes, which is important to optimize health outcomes. Little is known about how active children with diabetes are, or why they are active (or not).
New study recruiting volunteers for a study examining diet and appetite across the menstrual cycle.
UBCO’s Dr. Christopher West is part of an interdisciplinary team exploring how implantable technologies can help people with spinal cord injury live longer, healthier lives.
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UBCO study shows primary health professionals can help improve habits
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Researchers at UBCO are exploring the critical role family physicians play in post-cancer care.
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UBCO’s Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis is hoping to recruit as many as 60 participants for a project called “Exercise guidelines and Promotion and Implementation in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury” – or EPIC SCI.
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