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Exercise Physiology

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  • 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...
  • William and Mary's Tutwiler survives 'miracle' ordeal and recovery

    William and Mary's Tutwiler survives 'miracle' ordeal and recovery
    WILLIAMSBURG — As Josh Tutwiler plummeted through the fall Missouri air, the sheer rock face racing past and the ledge from which he fell rapidly receding, he felt his conscious mind split in two. On one side, memories and experiences zipped...
  • Ray Harryhausen dies at 92; special-effects legend

    Ray Harryhausen dies at 92; special-effects legend
    Ray Harryhausen, the stop-motion animation legend whose work on "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms," "Jason and the Argonauts" and other science fiction and fantasy film classics made him a cult figure who inspired later generations of filmmakers and special-...
  • Aerobic exercise as breast cancer prevention: Evidence mounts

    Aerobic exercise as breast cancer prevention: Evidence mounts
    There's a fair amount of circumstantial evidence that regular exercise reduces a woman's risk of developing breast cancer. But contradictory findings, and lingering questions as to how physical activity would work to ward off breast cancer, have clouded...
  • Dr. Christian de Duve dies at 95; Nobel-winning scientist

    Dr. Christian de Duve dies at 95; Nobel-winning scientist
    For the first half of the 20th century, the cell was a mysterious, unfathomable entity. Nutrients went in and hormones, wastes and other products came out. But what happened in between was anybody's guess. Light microscopes could reveal the rough...
  • Health professionals split over allowing psychologists to prescribe drugs

    Health professionals split over allowing psychologists to prescribe drugs
    Week in and week out for the last five years, Marlin Hoover has boarded a plane for New Mexico, where he sees patients Monday through Wednesday. Then, the psychologist flies home Thursday to treat patients at his southwest suburban office in Tinley Park....
  • 'The Source Family' documentary draws an L.A. crowd

    'The Source Family' documentary draws an L.A. crowd
    It's a quintessential only-in-L.A. story, one that combines sex, drugs, rock and roll, glamour, money, celebrity, hang gliding, health food and a homegrown spirituality. The new documentary "The Source Family" looks at the group of the same name, who...
  • Saturday, May 18, FREE gardening/nature events for families and anyone interested in great outdoors

    Saturday, May 18, FREE gardening/nature events for families and anyone interested in great outdoors
    Learn and Grow Series with Art in the Garden Linda Miller, Artist and Virginia Master Naturalist, will help children 7 and older create a botanical portrait in colored pencil or watercolor from plant materials they select in the Williamsburg Botanical...