As 2016 gets underway, many Canadians have made New Year’s resolutions to improve their health and wellness. Will they stick to their commitments? What are the best paths to success?
Western University experts are available to provide insight and commentary as Canadians strive to live better, eat better, get active, and quit smoking.
Peter Lemon, Professor of Kinesiology and Director of Western’s Exercise Nutrition Research Laboratory
Areas of Expertise: nutrition, exercise, effects of food supplements and health and/or exercise performance
Don Morrow, Professor of Kinesiology
Areas of Expertise: motivational coaching for weight management, physical activity and quitting smoking
Leora Swartzman, Professor of Psychology
Areas of Expertise: Keeping motivated to adhere to health care regimens
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