Posts Tagged ‘depression’

Research Roundup: October

Miranda Reilly - Tuesday, 19 November 2013 07:39

October’s research roundup includes studies that examine the use of financial incentives in health interventions, tobacco use among those with major depressive disorder, the influence of housework on women’s physical activity levels, the association between chocolate and body mass index, and the relationship between alcohol consumption and melanoma.


Dr. Andrea Dunn: Full Circle

Lisa Forster - Thursday, 3 October 2013 03:03

There’s a story Klein Buendel Senior Scientist Dr. Andrea Dunn likes to tell about her early career. It’s a classic road trip story. But it also hints at the scientist Dr. Dunn would become and how for more than two decades she combined persistence and innovation to find ways to improve health outcomes. Dr. Dunn retires from Klein Buendel, Inc. late this year. However, her research examining the connection between depression and physical activity remains highly influential.


Research on Depression and Exercise Crosses International Borders

Lisa Forster - Wednesday, 19 September 2012 08:09

Mood disorders are prevalent in countries across the world. That was just one message Dr. Andrea Dunn conveyed in September during her presentation at the 10th Annual Conference of the Japanese Association of Sport Psychiatry. Held at Waseda University in Tokyo, the conference drew about 200 researchers studying exercise or sport and mental health.