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Exercise Physiology

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  • Shonda Rimes, Betsy Beers Tapped for DGA Diversity Award

    The Directors Guild of America will honor Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers of Shondaland with its 2014 Diversity Award, marking only the fifth time that the trophy has been given. The guild said Rhimes and Beers are being honored for their commitment to...
  • Sweating off the sadness

    Sweating off the sadness
    Those who aren't depressed sometimes wonder why those who are won't just snap out of it. However, depression is a serious illness that comes in many forms and is caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, biological and psychological factors....
  • Certain diabetes drugs reduce cancer risk in women, study finds

    A class of oral diabetes medications that has drawn controversy in recent years reduces the risk of cancer in women taking it by almost a third, says a large new study conducted by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic. In preventing cancer, the...
  • Concert Review: Beach Boys bring all the hits to Segerstrom

    Concert Review: Beach Boys bring all the hits to Segerstrom
    Every journey begins with a small step, and Saturday night at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the crowd got a glimpse of the man whose modest act started the Beach Boys' climb toward superstardom. Before the band took the stage for its first-ever...
  • Blue Line riders used to promises of slow zone fixes

    Blue Line riders used to promises of slow zone fixes
    Call it deja Blue. In what's being billed as the largest Blue Line investment in 30 years, CTA officials announced last week the agency will embark on a four-year, $492 million project to rid parts of the O'Hare branch of slow zones and upgrade 12...
  • Angela Spaccia found guilty in Bell corruption case

    Angela Spaccia found guilty in Bell corruption case
    Angela Spaccia, the former second in command in scandal-plagued Bell, was found guilty on 11 out of 13 criminal charges in the 2010 municipal corruption case. After eight days of deliberations, jurors convicted Spaccia of multiple counts of...
  • Review: Snoop, Dam-Funk, Bootsy, others celebrate '7 Days of Funk'

    Review: Snoop, Dam-Funk, Bootsy, others celebrate '7 Days of Funk'
    The reigning ambassador of L.A. funk, Damon Riddick, arrived with a simple message at Exchange Los Angeles during the oft-chaotic record release party for "7 Days of Funk," his collaboration with rapper Snoop Dogg. Delivered on the wings of groove, bass...
  • 'Inside the Dream Palace' opens door on a vivid Chelsea Hotel

    Before Patti Smith, before Allen Ginsberg, before Thomas Wolfe, before O. Henry, the Chelsea Hotel was populated by 80 convivial families of various levels of wealth, brought together by an idealistic board partly inspired by a French philosopher so...
  • TV ratings: 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Scandal' rise with fall finales

    TV ratings: 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Scandal' rise with fall finales
    "Scandal" viewers learned the truth about Olivia Pope's mother Thursday night, and it looks like there were plenty of them. "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" had their midseason finales on ABC, and both series saw lifts in their total audiences and among key...
  • ABC's 'Scandal,' 'Grey's Anatomy' Finish Fall With a Flourish Thursday

    The fall finales of ABC's "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" won their hours on Thursday but a huge "Big Bang Theory" leading things off kept the night in CBS' corner. The Alphabet dramas won't return until late winter (Feb. 27), but their cliffhanger...
  • Runner with a mission: Boston Marathon

    Even though I smelled bad enough to knock a buzzard off a gut pile, the people in the medical tent of the 2013 Victoria Marathon were kind and caring. One paramedic even let me use his cell to make a long-distance call to my wife, who was watching via...