Recent Citations 

Canadian Pharmacists Journal: Mercer et al., (2015) Do wearable activity trackers have a place in pharmacies? 

Mental Health & Physical Acitivity: Ronch et al. (2015) Association of television viewing with mental health and mild cognitive impairment in the elderly in three European countries, data from the MentDis_ICF65+ project:

The Journal of Nutrition: Prieto et al. (2015). A Healthy Lifestyle Score is Associated with Cardiometabolic and Neuroendocrine Risk Factors among Peurto Riacan Adults:

Building Research & Information: Brookfield et al. (2015). The home as an enabler of more active lifestyle among older adults:

BMC Family Practice Journal: Heseltine et al. (2015). “Keeping Moving”: factors associated with sedentary behaviour among older people recruited to an exercise promotion trial in general practice:

Hippocampus Journal: Varma et al. (2015). Low-intensity daily walking activity is associated with hippocampal volume in older adults: Daily Walking Activity and Hippocampal Volume:

BMJ Open Journal: Barnett et al. (2015). Neighbourhood environment, sitting time and motorised transport in older adults: a cross-sectional study in Hong Kong:

Journal of Physical Activity & Health Journal: Gennuso et al. (2015). Reliability and Validity of Two Self-Report Measures to Assess Sedentary Behavior in Older Adults:

Obesity: Chatin et al. (2015).Meta-Anal ysis of the Relationship Between Breaks in Sedentary Behavior and Cardiometabolic Health:

Pain Medicine: Stubbs et al. (2014). The avoidance of activities due to fear of falling contributes to sedentary behaviour among community-dwelling older adults with chronic musculoskeletal pain: a multisite observational study.

Journal of Physical Activity and Health: Gennuso et al. (2014). Reliability and validity of 2 self-report measures to assess sedentary behaviour in older adults:

Bone Journal: Chastin et al. (2014). Associations between objectively-measured sedentary behaviour and physical activity with bone mineral density in adults and older adults, the NHANES study:

Working with Older People: E McIntosh & B Laventure (2014). “Care….about physical activity” in care homes in Scotland:

Agility: Skelton et al (2014). Sitting and Health: The emerging evidence and potential solutions:

BMJ Response: Sedentary behavior: causes, effects, and health literacy approach, Van Tuyen Duong (Jan 2015):

The Scotsman: Office workers told to stand or risk health risk, Lizzy Buchan (June 2015):

older adult computer use