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Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health?

Children living in the most socially disadvantaged neighbourhoods are at greatest risk of poor health including obesity, yet they have been shown to be the most physically active. Evidence suggests that social inequalities in child obesity are widening in England and opportunities for out-of-school physical activity are becoming more exclusive. Dr Rob Noonan will share his experiences and reflections and discuss some overlooked areas in the public health literature. He will outline some of the read more
 You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that?

You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that?

This webinar will aid understanding of physical activity behaviour during pregnancy. The webinar will describe current recommendations and evidence for physical activity during pregnancy. Insights into barriers and attitudes to physical activity during this time will be explored. Possible strategies and solutions for increasing engagement will also be discussed. read more
Treating Clients with Neck Pain 

Treating Clients with Neck Pain 

In this webinar, Human Kinetics author Jane Johnson will present practical, safe and effective advice and treatments manual therapists and fitness professionals can utilise to help clients with neck pain. read more

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