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Exercise Physiology

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  • 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...
  • Blasting resumes Monday at McCook quarry

    Blasting resumes Monday at McCook quarry
    Living next to a McCook quarry for nearly four decades, La Grange resident Linda Lauterbach has grown accustomed to the periodic blasts. Now she's getting used to the occasional earthquake. Lehigh Hanson, the company that owns the quarry, announced it...
  • Lyons Township H.S. plans renovations

    Lyons Township H.S. plans renovations
    The Lyons Township High School District 204 school board recently approved about $22.6 million in projects at both campuses, including the renovation of the Reber fine arts center and cafeteria at the north campus in La Grange and the science labs at...
  • Singing bowls help cancer patients relax

    Singing bowls help cancer patients relax
    Listening to the Tibetan Singing Bowls transports Ed Susralski to a peaceful place, far from the terminal cancer that might otherwise cloud his thoughts. As Jayne Hayes played the rims of 17 different Tibetan Singing Bowls with a mallet during a...
  • Good vibrations in Pompano Beach at Kulcha Shok Surf and Muzik Festival

    Good vibrations in Pompano Beach at Kulcha Shok Surf and Muzik Festival
    Saturday’s inaugural Kulcha Shok Surf and Muzik Festival was created by Coconut Grove native and surfer Lance O to promote the reggae music and beach-culture vibe encouraged for nearly two decades by his record label based in Miami. That it’...
  • Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know

    Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know
    Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival returns to Fort Lauderdale beach this weekend for a second year of showing off country music’s biggest names, including Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert and Hank Williams Jr. The...
  • Jimmy Fallon rounds up NBC News employees for 'Rapper's Delight'

    Jimmy Fallon rounds up NBC News employees for 'Rapper's Delight'
    "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams is covering the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, so he wasn't available to slow jam the news on Jimmy Fallon's third episode of "The Tonight Show," but he was able to do the next best thing. Using snippets from dozens of...
  • Isaiah Washington to return to 'Grey's Anatomy' for guest spot

    Isaiah Washington to return to 'Grey's Anatomy' for guest spot
    Seven years after his controversial exit, Isaiah Washington is heading back to "Grey's Anatomy." Oh, but it will be a short visit to Seattle Grace. The actor, who played Dr. Preston Burke on the ABC medical drama, will reprise his role in one episode...
  • Got flu? Keep it to yourself.

     Got flu? Keep it to yourself.
    Doctors used to call influenza "knock-me-down" fever, and there was a reason for that. Anyone who's suffered through a bout of it knows the miseries: the headaches, the throat that feels scrubbed with sandpaper, the fever so high you're floating on the...
  • Whimsical taxidermy catches on in Baltimore

    Whimsical taxidermy catches on in Baltimore
    This is not your dad's stuffed deer head. After decades of being relegated to man caves and hunting lodges, taxidermy is hip. Three television shows delve into the art of preserving animals, and its practitioners, who are, as you might imagine, a...