Evans Health Lab

Evans Health Lab

Dr. Mike Evans is developing innovative health messaging for the world. His media lab fuses patients with creatives (filmmakers, designers, writers) and expert clinician-researchers. The premise of his lab is that most healthcare happens at home and that the biggest missing workforce is the public, and that if we can create high quality infectious health media we can engage "peer-to-peer healthcare". Dr. Evans tells evidence-based stories and then imbeds them in the relationships of care: friend to friend, caregiver to patient, hockey player to hockey player.

For more information about the Evans Health Labs - please visit http://www.evanshealthlab.com/

One of EHL's favourite topics. There are tons of sites out there which tell you how/where/when you should exercise. Reality is there is no perfect, one-size-fits-all activity plan out there.

We hope the resources in this section at least get you thinking about why moving more could improve your health and help you feel better overall. At best, we hope to motivate you to make your day harder.

23 1/2 hours Harder DaySitting 

23 and 1/2 Hours

A Call to Action: Make Your Day Harder

Diagnosing and Treating Sitting Disease

There are many things that you can do that are incredibly important for your health but what comes first? In this visua Mike Evans answers the old question "What is the single best thing we can do for our health" in a completely new way.

To watch 23 1/2 Hours click here

 A review of some of the science around how our typical days have shifted with technology and culture and the impact on our health. It is also a call to action about how to "Tweak your Week" and make small changes to improve your health.

To find out more about how to make your day harder click here

Here's the Evans Lab Movember whiteboard about one of the most effective ways to treat low-back pain, fatigue, anxiety, erectile dysfunction and to decrease your risk for heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and more.

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