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Exercise Physiology

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  • Walk now to walk through arthritis later

    Walk now to walk through arthritis later
    Feeling achy? Got creaky knees? Joint pain from osteoarthritis? They’ve got a new drug for that that and it’s completely free: walking. Scientists say taking as few as 6,000 steps per day may help older adults remain active in their golden...
  • First step toward fracking ban in L.A. taken by land use panel

    A Los Angeles City Council committee took a first step Tuesday toward banning hydraulic fracturing and other disputed practices tied to oil extraction, winning cheers and applause from a packed auditorium. "Fracking and other unconventional drilling...
  • Oscars 2014: Final predictions in all 24 categories

    Oscars 2014: Final predictions in all 24 categories
    You should have your Oscar pool by now. Twenty-four categories. One hundred and twenty-one choices. And, no, "The Lego Movie" is not among them. (Next year. Next year.) We've been here for you for the last six months, starting back in September when "12...
  • Chandra Wilson plays a doctor, learns to be a patient advocate

     Chandra Wilson plays a doctor, learns to be a patient advocate
    Chandra Wilson, who stars as Dr. Miranda Bailey on the ABC series "Grey's Anatomy," knows what it's like on the other side of the prescription pad. And she knows what it's like to advocate for an ill child. Her 20-year-old daughter has long struggled with...
  • 5 Step Body Detox Plan of Action

    5 Step Body Detox Plan of Action
    It’s that time of year again: spring cleaning is here! But did you know that disposing of clutter isn’t just for the home? Detoxing your body is necessary, too! Give your pantry and your fridge some attention and throw these out: pastries,...
  • '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...
  • Certified massage therapists practice ancient healing art, gaining more respect

    One of the world's oldest forms of physical therapy is becoming more popular, with demand for massage therapy increasing at a fast rate, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Massage therapy is more than a way for banged-up athletes to rehab...
  • Isaiah Washington shows paternal instinct at Pan African Film Festival

    Isaiah Washington shows paternal instinct at Pan African Film Festival
    Former "Grey's Anatomy" star Isaiah Washington, who has three projects in the 22nd annual Pan African Film Festival running through this weekend, says the fatherly thread in his latest projects is no coincidence. The actor portrays a small-town father...
  • Thyroid nodules may develop for a variety of reasons, but usually aren't cancer

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What causes thyroid nodules? Does having them mean I'm at risk for thyroid cancer? ANSWER: There are a variety of reasons why thyroid nodules may develop. In most cases, however, these nodules are benign, and the risk for developing...
  • Family fun at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show

    Family fun at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show
    As the 2014 Chicago Auto Show heads into its last lap for Presidents Day weekend, we returned with family in mind. Presidents Day is Family Day at the 106th annual show. With bankers, insurers and automakers bringing video games into their displays, it&...
  • Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues

    Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues
    Let's face it. It's easy to take for granted that mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish -- vertebrates just like people -- have a face. But it has not always been the case. The first creatures with a backbone -- jawless fish from hundreds of...