Jancey, J., Holt, Anne-Marie., Lee, Andy., Kerr, Deborah., Robinson, Suzanne., Tang, Li., Anderson, A.S., Hills, Andrew., and Howat, Peter (Australia) - Research Article
841. Effects of a physical activity and nutrition program in retirement villages: a cluster randomised controlled trial
Learn about the effects of an intervention for older people in residential settings.
Rochelle M Eime, Melanie J Charity, Jack T Harvey, Warren R Payne (Australia) - Research Article
706. Participation in sport and physical activity: associations with socio-economic status and geographical remoteness
Find out how physical activity and participation in almost 100 sports across Australia varies according to location of residence and social advantage.
Herman Pontzer, David A. Raichlen, Brian M. Wood, Audax Z. P. Mabulla, Susan B. Racette, Frank W. Marlowe (United States) - Research Article
413. Hunter-Gatherer Energetics and Human Obesity
This paper on the energy expenditure in Hunter Gather populations compares them with farmers and with western developed populations. The study is by a group of anthropologists from the USA. They measured the Hadza people, a Hunter Gather population in Northern Tanzania. This important work examines total energy expenditure (TEE) and possible reasons for obesity in industrialised society where energy expenditure is less than energy intake is greater.
Health Far West Local Health District (Australia) - Newsletter
170. Active Broken Hill
Active Broken Hill Inc. is a community owned organisation working to increase levels of participation in sport and physical activity across all age groups. Active Broken Hill Inc. provides a data base and electronic events calendar. It also produces a newsletter and newspaper column in the Barrier Daily Truth called 'play your part' which shows the opportunities for sport and active recreation in Broken Hill. It allows residents to make a contribution to their health and the health of the community by accessing what is available locally.
Co-OPS Collaboration (Australia) - Newsletter
330. CO-OPS Rural case studies
This edition of the CO-OPS newsletter presents several rural case studies, including links to the Royal Flying Doctor Services.
Red Dust Role Models (Australia) - Website
329. Red Dust Role Models
Red Dust Role Models is a non-profit health promotion charity that seeks to improve the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged youth in remote communities.