School of Health and Exercise Sciences

Exercising to counteract chronic inflammation

Exercising to counteract chronic inflammation

UBCO researchers say being active can help control an overactive immune system

UBCO researcher discusses the importance of science literacy

UBCO researcher discusses the importance of science literacy

Scientific knowledge can lead to a healthy lifestyle, smart decisions

UBCO research team plans community events for World Diabetes Day
UBCO researcher named Chair for Women in Science and Engineering

UBCO researcher named Chair for Women in Science and Engineering

Jenn Jakobi has a passion for building equity, diversity and inclusion

New research proves diet can put Type 2 diabetes into remission

New research proves diet can put Type 2 diabetes into remission

Low calorie, low carb food, under pharmacist supervision, can eliminate meds

UBCO enhances science and engineering outreach programs

UBCO enhances science and engineering outreach programs

This year underrepresented and underserved youth in BC’s Interior will have increased access to science and engineering programming. 

No time to exercise? No problem, says UBCO researcher

No time to exercise? No problem, says UBCO researcher

As pandemic restrictions continue, many are looking for innovative ways to get regular exercise—especially as Zoom meetings seem to creep more into personal time.

UBCO honours four outstanding researchers of the year

UBCO honours four outstanding researchers of the year

Last Thursday at a special virtual ceremony, UBC Okanagan researchers were honoured for their innovative and groundbreaking work.

UBCO researcher re-evaluates estimate of the world’s high-altitude population

UBCO researcher re-evaluates estimate of the world’s high-altitude population

New findings detailing the world’s first-of-its-kind estimate of how many people live in high-altitude regions, will provide insight into future research of human physiology.

UBCO professor questions World Health Organization

UBCO professor questions World Health Organization

A UBC researcher is calling out the World Health Organization’s newly introduced activity and sedentary guidelines for people living with disabilities.