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Exercise Physiology

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  • Cold? Good thing if you want to lose weight, researchers say

    Turn your thermostat down -- and don’t add a sweater. That, researchers report, will not only save energy to heat your home but will use more body energy and perhaps aid weight loss. Before you get too excited, the scientists are not suggesting...
  • 'Scandal,' 'Grey's Anatomy' Drive ABC to 18-49 Ratings Win on Thursday

    ABC scared up a primetime victory in the adults 18-49 demo on Halloween Thursday, winning every timeslot except the opening halfhour. For the Alphabet net, it was the first win on the opening night of the November sweeps in six years. According to...
  • Tech advances to keep fit, from apps to straps

    Tech advances to keep fit, from apps to straps
    The era of scheduling an appointment and waiting for your doctor or physical therapist to explain your vital signs is coming to an end. "I call it wireless medicine," says cardiologist Eric J. Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute...
  • William C. Stanley, 56, cardiovascular physiologist

    William C. Stanley, 56, cardiovascular physiologist
    William C. Stanley, a cardiovascular physiologist who made connections around the world for his research and loved outdoor exercise, died Oct. 21 in Australia of a heart attack. He was 56. Dr. Stanley lived in Baltimore for about six years —...
  • David O. Russell invites filmgoers to his latest enchanted world

    David O. Russell invites filmgoers to his latest enchanted world
    Has Duke Ellington ever saved your life? David O. Russell knows the answer to that particular question because Ellington's music has rescued him many times. It happened yesterday. It'll probably happen again tomorrow. And it also happens near the...
  • Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis had hallucinations, police report says

    WASHINGTON — Just five weeks before he killed 12 people at the Navy Yard in Washington, Aaron Alexis told police in Newport, R.I., that he was hearing voices in his head, that he feared three people were going to harm him and that the voices...
  • Mother of Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis: 'I don't know why...'

    Mother of Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis: 'I don't know why...'
    Cathleen Alexis, the mother of Aaron Alexis, who shot to death 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard before being killed by police, apologized to the victims’ families Wednesday as she spoke out for the first time since the  rampage in the nation&...
  • Navy Yard: America's ho-hum response to mass shooting, gun control

    We’re all feeling a little desensitized now, aren’t we? Another mass shooting. Ho hum. Nothing will change, so why bother making noises about the gun sickness that pervades this country? Congress won’t do anything to tighten up...
  • Exercising into old age

    Exercising into old age
    To 63-year-old Greg Cooke, seeing Diana Nyad this month become the first person to complete a 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida was nothing short of awesome. Nyad is, after all, just a year older than Cooke, and she reminded him of what is possible. "I...
  • Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis heard voices

    WASHINGTON — Six weeks ago, Aaron Alexis told people someone had threatened him at an airport in Virginia. A few days later, in Rhode Island, he heard voices. He thought people were speaking to him through "the walls, floor and ceiling" of the...
  • Cancer reporting requirements keep registrars in demand

    Cancer reporting requirements keep registrars in demand
    When it comes to helping people live healthier lives, sometimes the pen – or keyboard – is mightier than the scalpel. If you enjoy working with facts and figures and work well by yourself, a career as a cancer registrar might be right for you....