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Exercise Physiology

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  • Hyundai Accent

    Hyundai Accent
    By Jim MacPherson For decades most low-budget models never let you forget that you scrimped big time on car shopping. Even now, not everyone has adjusted to the idea that inexpensive small cars don’t need to feel cheap. Fortunately, there's...
  • Nissan Altima

    Nissan Altima
    Not only are there many mid-size family sedans to choose from, most of them are quite good. Count the 2012 Nissan Altima as among the best. The Altima sedan comes with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, good for 175 horsepower, or a 3.5-liter V-6,...
  • Mini Countryman

    Mini Countryman
    By Jim MacPherson There are many ways to look upon the new-for-2011 Mini Countryman. You could consider it the first four door-Mini to be offered on these shores, the first Mini with optional all-wheel drive, or the first Mini that holds adults in the...
  • Volkswagen EOS

    Volkswagen EOS
     Volkswagen EOS By Jim MacPherson For several years in my town there was a young man who drove his convertible nearly year-round with the top down. He raised the top for rain and snow, but kept the roof down even on the coldest of days. Most...
  • Toyota Camry

    Toyota Camry
    By Jim MacPherson Redesigning a vehicle that has long been a market leader is fraught with danger. Even the best automakers have been known to come up with a replacement that falls short of the performance and appeal of the previous model. But this...
  • Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival

    Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival
    Quincy Jones knew even at a young age that he wanted to compose film scores. "I used to go to movies for 11 cents," Jones said at his mansion nestled in the Bel-Air hills. "I used to play hooky in Seattle every day. I could tell if a movie was scored at...
  • How does obesity surgery do all that? Gut signaling changes found

    How does obesity surgery do all that? Gut signaling changes found
    Scientists and physicians who study the treatment of obesity have been puzzled for some years over bariatric surgery and its benefits.”Stomach stapling” surgery was long seen as a “plumbing adjustment” that prompts weight loss by...
  • 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,...
  • 'Good Wife,' 'HIMYM' and College Hoops Power CBS to Weekly Win

    College basketball, the penultimate episode of "How I Met Your Mother" and improved numbers for "The Good Wife" propelled CBS to an easy primetime ratings victory in key demos last week. Nothing, meanwhile, could come close to what AMC's "The Walking...
  • Celia Cruz y Johnny Pacheco, en el "registro nacional de grabaciones" de EEUU

    Celia Cruz y Johnny Pacheco, en el "registro nacional de grabaciones" de EEUU
    La cubana Celia Cruz y el dominicano Johnny Pacheco ingresaron hoy, con su álbum "Celia & Johnny" de 1972 en el Registro Nacional de Grabaciones de la Biblioteca del Congreso de Estados Unidos junto con trabajos de U2, Linda Ronstadt y Aaron Copland. El...
  • 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...