Perhaps it’s a little early in the festive cycle to be thinking of New Year’s resolutions…but the clip below offers an excellent suggestion: can you limit your sitting and sleeping to just 23 and a half hours a day?
It is also a clever, creative use of social media to promote the benefits of physical activity. The illustrations are quite mesmerising.
Brought to you by Dr Mike Evans, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUaInS6HIGo[/youtube]
You can follow Evans on Twitter @docmikeevans, and his work profile notes:
My interests are in evaluating sustainable interventions that make for more informed health decisions. My target has traditionally been the primary care provider, but now has developed more into targeting the patient in the clinic or at “the kitchen table”. Specifically, what is the best way to bring together academic evidence-based information with the common media that people use (TV, news, print, social networks, Dr. Google, email, etc.).
One of hundreds of comments on the clip: the first two minutes I really thought he was promoting weed