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Exercise Physiology

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  • Junk food makes you lazy: Study looks at overweight, unmotivated rats

    Junk food makes you lazy: Study looks at overweight, unmotivated rats
    You know an unhealthy diet can make you fat, but new research suggests it can sap your motivation too. In a study published in the journal Physiology & Behavior, researchers at UCLA found that rats fed a diet low in fat but high in simple sugars and...
  • Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds

    Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds
    To maximize your chances of fighting flab, new research offers some simple advice: Wake up early and go outside. People who loaded up on light exposure at the beginning of the day were most likely to have a lower body mass index, according to a study...
  • Hot tips from a summit of sauna experts

    Hot tips from a summit of sauna experts
    The Greek physician Hippocrates may well have been the first sauna aficionado. One can imagine him, circa 400 BC, sitting in a tiny windowless room heated by hot rocks, sweat dripping down his brow, proclaiming, "Give me the power to create a fever, and I...
  • 'Mad Men' Recap: The Gang's All Here in Season 7-A Premiere, 'Time Zones'

    SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading now if you haven't seen the season opener of "Mad Men." Here we are bracing for the heartache of knowing we'll be saying goodbye to "Mad Men" in a mere 14 episodes -- and season seven opens with a joyous treat, the...
  • New YMCA classes help people with balance

    New YMCA classes help people with balance
    Every year, one out of every three people over age 65 experiences a fall. Five years ago, that scary statistic was a reality for La CaƱada resident Dianne Osburn. A self-proclaimed klutz, Osburn often tripped and fell, facing injuries and a loss of...
  • Dead teen called a hero for pushing girlfriend out of train's path

    Dead teen called a hero for pushing girlfriend out of train's path
    Hundreds of residents gathered Sunday to mourn a Northern California teen who they hailed as a hero for sacrificing himself by shoving his girlfriend out of the direct path of an oncoming Union Pacific train. Mateus Moore, 16, was pronounced dead at the...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'Rich in goods but ragged in spirit'

    'Mad Men' recap: 'Rich in goods but ragged in spirit'
    If “Mad Men” is a story of the ‘60s told from the perspective of those who “lost” the decade, then it’s perfectly apt that the key line in the premiere of the show’s final season comes from Richard Nixon, the...
  • Lady Casa and her PLUR approach for Ultra

    Lady Casa and her PLUR approach for Ultra
    In the sea of neon fishnet stockings, tutus and fluffy boots that is the Ultra Music Festival, Michelle Casares stands out. In fact, when the three-day Ultra global phenomenon overruns downtown Miami this weekend, spotting her in the crowd will become...
  • 'Scandal' Hot, 'Surviving Jack' Bow Soft on Thursday

    CBS captured Thursday's primetime ratings race in key demos with its second week of March Madness, but it was a good night for scripted drama too as ABC's "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" -- the top two series of the night -- and NBC's "Parenthood" showed...
  • Westside subway neighbors worried about nighttime construction noise

    Westside subway neighbors worried about nighttime construction noise
    No tunnel has yet been bored. No station has been built. Not a single track has been laid. But even the most preliminary work on the long-awaited Westside subway appears to be rousing the latent forces of Not in My Back Yard. In Windsor Village, a...
  • Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world

    Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world
    Midway through winter, a chilly fog surrounded Theaux Le Gardeur's shop. Hardly anyone would be out on the Gunpowder River that day, he said. But he didn't need the river or sunlight. He stood behind his fly-fishing store clutching three rods: graphite,...