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Exercise Physiology

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  • Antioxidant-rich foods help your immune system ward off disease

    Source: Pacific Prime Insurance whatdoctorsknow.com We've often been advised to eat the right foods and consume essential nutrients to maintain optimal health and wellness, but why do our bodies need vitamins and minerals to maintain good health?...
  • ABC Closing Season Strong, Wins Second Straight Week in Young Adults Demo

    ABC will finish the season in fourth place, but it has a spring in its step as it nears the finish line. Showing that it can be very competitive when it's at (mostly) full-strength and there's no major sports action skewing results in the favor of its...
  • Spicy Quinoa Salad

    Spicy Quinoa Salad
    This quinoa salad is a filling and nutritious lunch, while giving you a huge dose of protein and fiber! It is great for on the go, and is delicious chilled. Better yet, this recipe is packed with metabolism boosting ingredients to help you start burning...
  • From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge

    From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge
    Matjames Metson's Silver Lake studio is in a 1930s Art Deco duplex perched atop a steep flight of aging, concrete stairs overlooking a cul-de-sac, which overlooks a hillside, which overlooks a bustling intersection that, from above, appears to be...
  • Festival's short films aren't short on creativity

    Festival's short films aren't short on creativity
    Charlie Anderson only smoked for two years, but when he made up his mind to quit, the habit was hard to shake. So he talked about his problems — to the cigarettes themselves. "I would put a cigarette out there, right in front of me in plain sight,...
  • Oil well explosion kills two workers, injures nine in West Texas

    Oil well explosion kills two workers, injures nine in West Texas
    Two oil well workers died and nine suffered minor cuts and bruises Wednesday after a high-pressure explosion in a West Texas county that is lightly populated but richly saturated with oil. The two bodies were found about 20 feet from a wellhead that was...
  • Ideas swarm in Laline Paull's 'The Bees'

    Ideas swarm in Laline Paull's 'The Bees'
    Rational animals are a staple of children's literature — and, in some cases, adult literature as well. I think of Richard Adams' 1974 novel "Watership Down," in which a thoughtful crew of rabbits sets out to find a new home, or Daniel Evan Weiss'...
  • TV ratings: iHeart Radio Music Awards solid, 'Grey's Anatomy' up

    TV ratings: iHeart Radio Music Awards solid, 'Grey's Anatomy' up
    Between Fox's "American Idol" and NBC's iHeart Radio Music Awards, Thursday night television seemed dominated by wannabe pop-chart-toppers and those who have already made it big, but CBS emerged on top in the ratings with its comedy lineup.   The iHeart...
  • 'Big Bang,' 'Grey's' Top Thursday; Music Awards Show Boosts NBC, Sinks 'Idol'

    Veterans "The Big Bang Theory" on CBS and "Grey's Anatomy" on ABC were the top ratings draws for young adults Thursday, a night that saw acceptable week-2 scores for the same nets' "Bad Teacher" and "Black Box," respectively. NBC improved its standing...
  • 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...
  • Alsop, BSO deliver explosive account of Shostakovich's Twelfth Symphony

    Alsop, BSO deliver explosive account of Shostakovich's Twelfth Symphony
    An emperor and a dictator rule over the latest Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program, which turns out to be benevolent for us commoners who like noble music-making. Friday night's concert at Meyerhoff Hall was one of the most riveting and unified the BSO...