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Exercise Physiology

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  • Review: 'Your Inner Fish' on PBS imparts smart human anatomy lesson

    Ever since Charles Darwin made his way to the Galapagos, we've heard a lot about that fateful moment when some previously water-bound creature pulled itself up from the slowly receding seas, took a breath and began the eons-long march to humanity....
  • 'HIMYM' Finale, ACM Awards Power CBS to Easy Weekly Win

    CBS continued its strong start to spring last week, dominating a frame book-ended by the series finale of "How I Met Your Mother" and the Academy of Country Music Awards. The Eye also saw strong numbers for "The Big Bang Theory," veteran crime dramas...
  • 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...
  • Junk food makes you lazy: Study looks at overweight, unmotivated rats

    Junk food makes you lazy: Study looks at overweight, unmotivated rats
    You know an unhealthy diet can make you fat, but new research suggests it can sap your motivation too. In a study published in the journal Physiology & Behavior, researchers at UCLA found that rats fed a diet low in fat but high in simple sugars and...
  • Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video

    Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video
    The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders have unveiled their latest video with a mix by DJ Earworm, featuring Mariah Carey’s "Fantasy," the Spice Girls' "Wannabe," The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" and Calvin Harris' "Summer." The video was shot while on...
  • 'Mad Men' Recap: The Gang's All Here in Season 7-A Premiere, 'Time Zones'

    SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading now if you haven't seen the season opener of "Mad Men." Here we are bracing for the heartache of knowing we'll be saying goodbye to "Mad Men" in a mere 14 episodes -- and season seven opens with a joyous treat, the...
  • In Newport News, free English lessons teach more than the language

    In Newport News, free English lessons teach more than the language
    Chattering together in Spanish, the students entered the large, bare room before switching to English to greet their teacher, MaLuisa Castro. "How are you? You want coffee?" responded Castro, a petite Filipina with an expansive personality. Then, the...
  • 'Scandal,' 'Grey's Anatomy' Power ABC But CBS Takes Thursday With a Big 'Bang'

    ABC hasn't had much to cheer about on the ratings front in a while, but the return of its Thursday dramas changed that as "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal" ruled their hours in demos. CBS still won the night behind "The Big Bang Theory," while its timeslot...
  • New YMCA classes help people with balance

    New YMCA classes help people with balance
    Every year, one out of every three people over age 65 experiences a fall. Five years ago, that scary statistic was a reality for La Caņada resident Dianne Osburn. A self-proclaimed klutz, Osburn often tripped and fell, facing injuries and a loss of...
  • Before treating, learn fever's boons

    Before treating, learn fever's boons
    Feverish children are one of the most common reasons parents make panicked calls to doctors or head to the emergency room. But Minnesota internist and pediatrician Greg Plotnikoff rarely recommends bringing the body temperature back to "normal" with over-...