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“Physical Activity” Best Match


Five Steps to Mental Wellbeing

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...other studies on the subject found that for people already suffering from depression, physical activity can be as effective as psychotherapeutic techniques to treat the disorder. Nature Business Insider Magazine...


Urban Health Centres & Good Neighbours

https: / / / ibi-ideas / urban-health-centres-good-neighbours many cases, the physical and social connections between hospitals and their surrounding neighbourhoods remain limited. The Brookings Institute highlighted this disconnect, and more importantly, the value of physically and...


Women Walking and the “Gender Step Gap”

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...of over 700 000 people in 113 countries, providing over 68 million unique days of data for analysis. It’s primary conclusion is that “activity inequality predicts obesity. Individuals in the...


Read my thoughts?

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...of the research showed. Here is evidence that we should be promoting green spaces as a mood enhancing environment for walking or other forms of physical or reflective activity....


IBI research proves design makes a difference for students

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...the physical characteristics of classrooms explained 16% of the variation in learning progress over a year for the 3,766 pupils in the study. Leading the HEAD (Holistic Evidence and Design)...


Harnessing Nature to Heal

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...applications to ameliorate emotional and physical health. Benefits from biophilia have also been seen in the urban environment. Clearly, physical environments have a fundamental and pivotal impact on successful patient...


The City of Today: Circle Back to the Past?

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...physical differences between the insula and the detached home, the agora and shopping mall, the amphitheater and the Superdome, they all respond to key human activities in urban areas, or...


Why are classrooms filled with desks and chairs, all in tidy rows facing the same direction?

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...students, engaging them in the process of re-imagining their own spaces and thus literally engaging them in the classroom activity from the very first day of the school year. It...


Children aren’t walking to school anymore: why?

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...Speaking to the CBC, Mariana Brussoni, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health says “Kids get great physical activity from the experience,...


Clever Cities! Innovation as a Leader in Urban Transformation

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...rise of innovation activity in our cities. Growing from an established American model, an Innovation District is considered to be a place where business, research and knowledge is collocated within...

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