Entries by Mary Speck

February 19 | 2019

Health Benefits of Physical Activity Related to an Urban Riverside Regeneration.

Vert C, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Gascon M, Grellier J, Fleming LE, White MP, Rojas-Rueda D.

February 11 | 2019

Exposure to natural space, sense of community belonging, and adverse mental health outcomes across an urban region.

Rugel EJ, Carpiano RM, Henderson SB, Brauer M.

Ambient Air Pollution and the Risk of Childhood-onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease | FEBRUARY 12 | 2019

9am-10am pacific | 12 noon – 1pm eastern    The incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has risen drastically in industrialized nations, such as Canada, over the last half of the 20th century. Although the incidence rate in adults with IBD has plateaued in Canada, the incidence of IBD among Canadian children is continuing to rise. Environmental risk […]

February 4 | 2019

Neighbourhood walkability and the incidence of diabetes: an inverse probability of treatment weighting analysis.

Booth GL, Creatore M, Luo J, Fazli GS, Johns A, Rosella LC, Glazier RH, Moineddin R, Gozdyra P, Austin PC.

Interactive Mapping of Environmental Health Assessments | MARCH 19 | 2019

9am-10am pacific | 12 noon – 1pm eastern Non communicable diseases including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer are the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among populations in high income countries. The rapid increase of overweight and obesity among Canadians and its associated consequences, including hypertension and diabetes is a major public health problem, and threaten to halt […]

Developing Apps for Population Health Research | APRIL 17 | 2019

9am – 10am pacific | 12 noon – 1pm eastern | 1:30pm – 2:30pm NFLD     Advances in technology, including mobile apps, have provided researchers with new ways to collect data. Health researchers are increasingly interested in developing and using mobile apps for research data collection. However, many challenges exist for health researchers when […]

January 21 | 2019

Residential greenness and mortality in oldest-old women and men in China: a longitudinal cohort study.

John S Ji ScD, Anna Zhu MSc, Chen Bai PhD, Chih-Da Wu PhD, Lijing Yan PhD, Prof Shenglan Tang PhD, Prof Yi Zeng PhD, Peter James ScD.

January 14 | 2019

Residential noise exposure and the longitudinal risk of hospitalization for depression after pregnancy: Postpartum and beyond.

He S, Smargiassi A, Low N, Bilodeau-Bertrand M, Ayoub A, Auger N.

January 7 | 2019

Born to be Wise: a population registry data linkage protocol to assess the impact of modifiable early-life environmental exposures on the health and development of children.

van den Bosch M, Brauer M, Burnett R, Davies HW, Davis Z, Guhn M, Jarvis I, Nesbitt L, Oberlander T, Rugel E, Sbihi H, Su JG, Jerrett M.