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When working out makes you sick to your stomach: What to...

Anne R. Crecelius, University of Dayton You’re doing it! You’re working out, reaping all those benefits of exercise that have been drilled into your head. So...

People’s bodies now run cooler than ‘normal’ – even in the...

Michael Gurven, University of California Santa Barbara and Thomas Kraft, University of California Santa Barbara Feeling under the weather? Chances are you or your doctor...

Robo-boot concept promises 50% faster running

David Braun, Vanderbilt University No matter how well designed, there are no running shoes that allow runners to keep up with cyclists. The bicycle was...

Tracking your heart rate? 5 questions answered about what that number...

Anne R. Crecelius, University of Dayton The rise of wearable fitness trackers has increased the number of people monitoring their heart rate, both throughout the...

Light versus dark – the color of the turkey meat is...

Joshua Selsby, Iowa State University As families gather together this holiday season, the lucky ones will avoid impassioned discussions about religion and politics. But another...

It’s cold! A physiologist explains how to keep your body feeling...

JohnEric Smith, Mississippi State University Whether waiting for a bus, playing outside or walking the dog – during the colder winter season, everyone is looking...

Can Seabiscuit’s DNA explain his elite racing ability?

Steven Tammariello, Binghamton University, State University of New York Seabiscuit was not an impressive-looking horse. He was considered quite lazy, preferring to eat and sleep...

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America’s schools are crumbling – what will it take to fix...

Michael Addonizio, Wayne State University When I was asked to support a federal lawsuit that says Detroit’s deteriorating schools were having a negative impact on...