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Exercise Physiology

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  • NBC's 'The Blacklist' Holding Up Best Among Fall's New Series

    The final two games of the World Series put Fox in the hunt, but it was NBC that prevailed in young adults last week, behind its trio of "The Voice," "Sunday Night Football" and "The Blacklist." The James Spader drama has been the most consistently...
  • Congressman calls for federal inquiry into McCook blasts

    Congressman calls for federal inquiry into McCook blasts
    A blast at a quarry in suburban McCook was well within safety limits, according to state officials who said Wednesday they cannot explain a subsequent tremor seconds later that rattled windows and frazzled nerves throughout the Chicago area. The...
  • Familiar faces in new places at the Norton Simon Museum

     Familiar faces in new places at the Norton Simon Museum
    On a recent Monday at the Norton Simon Museum, everything was in its usual spot in the grand gallery where visitors first encounter an extraordinary collection of French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. Edgar Degas' "Little Dancer, Aged...
  • 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...
  • 'Thor: The Dark World' more thudding than thunderous, critics say

    The titular hammer-wielding superhero returns in "Thor: The Dark World," this time to stop a race of dark elves from plunging the universe into blackness. But, despite all creation hanging in the balance, film critics are somewhat unmoved by the god of...
  • Designer Jeremy Scott stirs things up

    Designer Jeremy Scott stirs things up
    He's dressed Rihanna in a chain-mail football jersey and Katy Perry in an ice cream cone dress. And now Jeremy Scott, L.A. fashion's rabble-rouser, is getting ready to storm Italy's design capital. Starting with the fall 2014 collection showing at Milan...
  • Injectables can slow the formation of wrinkles

    http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Fine lines, wrinkles and folds in the skin develop with age but are not necessarily a welcome badge of honor we're readily willing to display. As our skin loses collagen and elasticity, the lines and folds develop and our...
  • 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Big Bang' Help CBS Laugh Its Way to Weekly Win

    Football played a big role in lifting CBS to the top of the weekly ratings last week, but the Eye also had a good story to tell with its core slate of entertainment series. In a week that saw ABC rest "Modern Family," CBS claimed the top six comedies...
  • Research continues on how genetic makeup affects the body's response to medication

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Do genes have an effect on how medications work? My husband can take certain kinds of medicine without any trouble. But if I take the same thing, I feel groggy all day. Could that difference be somehow related to our genetics? ANSWER:...
  • Russian plane crashes in gusty weather, killing 50

    MOSCOW — A Boeing 737 being operated by a regional airline crashed in gusty weather Sunday evening while attempting to land at the airport in Kazan in central Russia, killing all 50 people on board, authorities said. The Tatarstan Airlines...
  • Powerful trimmers fill lawn-grooming needs

    Powerful trimmers fill lawn-grooming needs
    Where lawn mowers bog down in tall grass and weeds, string trimmers take over. They easily topple foot-high growth by trading the weight and sharpness of a mower blade spinning at 3,000 rpms for a thin cord whirling at three times the speed. The idea...