New research may have an impact on the sugar tax debate. An article published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition observes overall changes in dietary patterns in overweight children, including a decrease in consumption of sugary drinks, when additional water or milk is added to their diet.
Article exploring memories of sport in childhood wins SHAPE America Research Council’s 2015 Writing Award-
SHAPE America's Research Council Writing Award Committee has announced that the article "'I just remember rugby': Re-membering Physical Education as More Than a Sport" has been selected from the 86th volume of Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sort (RQES) as the winner of the Research Council's 2015 Research Writing Award. This award is designed to identify outstanding contributions of scholarship from papers published in each volume of the RQES.
In a new article from The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, author and former Director of the Center for Culture and Security at the Institute of World Politics, Dr. Juliana Geran Pilon, gives a frank assessment of the state of US politics and finds a cause for concern.
An article entitled 'Comparison of Outcome Expectancies for Synthetic Cannabinoids and Botanical Marijuana,' from The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, studied the expected outcomes of both synthetic and natural marijuana.