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Exercise Physiology

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  • Hansen: Skimming into good vibrations

     Hansen: Skimming into good vibrations
    If you can imagine surfing culture maybe 50 years ago, that's what skimboarding is like today: young, eclectic and positive. It's a fun, rambunctious family with distant cousins in Japan, Chile, Australia, Portugal, Philippines, Spain and Mexico....
  • Gut microbiome largely stable over time, feces study finds

    Gut microbiome largely stable over time, feces study finds
    Each of us has a core community of bacterial strains that lives in our lower digestive tract — a personal set of microbes that remains relatively stable in the gut over the course of decades, scientists said Thursday. In an examination of the...
  • Death of infant left inside a truck in Lansdowne ruled accidental

    Death of infant left inside a truck in Lansdowne ruled accidental
    The Baltimore County state's attorney's office will determine whether to pursue charges against a Lansdowne man in the death of a 16-month-old girl who was left in a hot truck for four hours Friday. The medical examiner's office ruled that Sybriya...
  • The Rock Bottom Remainders rock out in 'Hard Listening'

    The Rock Bottom Remainders rock out in 'Hard Listening'
    On a warm spring night in 1992, the Rock Bottom Remainders took the stage at the Cowboy Boogie in Anaheim, Calif. With more than a dozen best-seling authors, including Dave Barry, Amy Tan, Barbara Kingsolver and Stephen King, the band rocked out,...
  • Seismic 'scream' portends violent volcanic eruption

    Seismic 'scream' portends violent volcanic eruption
    It began as series of small shuddering earthquakes beneath Alaska's Mt. Redoubt that gradually coalesced into a high-frequency "scream," according to seismologists. While scientists could only guess as to what triggered the vibrations, there was no...
  • First Times Ride: Honda CRF250L dual sport does it right

    First Times Ride: Honda CRF250L dual sport does it right
    The dual-sport market continues to be a growth sector for the motorcycle industry. The CRF250L is Honda's latest attempt to create market dominance in this sector as it has in others. The company has fielded a very able bike. The CRF250L -- Honda's...
  • Part of 5 freeway to reopen, but tanker fire caused major damage

    Part of 5 freeway to reopen, but tanker fire caused major damage
    Caltrans announced that two lanes of the northbound 5 Freeway will reopen later this afternoon for the first time since a tanker truck fire at the freeway’s junction with the 2 Freeway on Saturday. But officials said they are still not sure when...
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  • 10 things you might not know about sweat

    10 things you might not know about sweat
    It's finally been warm around here. So let's soak up these facts about sweat: 1 Human sweat is odorless. The eccrine and apocrine glands' emissions do, however, provide the perfect home for bacteria to grow and thrive — and that's where the...
  • Jimmy Fallon gives Brian Williams some 'Good Vibrations'

    Jimmy Fallon gives Brian Williams some 'Good Vibrations'
    Jimmy Fallon is making Brian Williams rap again. The "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" host has had his editors cut together clips of Williams delivering the "NBC Nightly News" to make it appear he was rapping Dr. Dre's "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang," N.W.A.'...