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Huffines Discussion 2012: Dr. Noah Dean

Huffines Discussion 2012: Dr. Noah Dean

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Noah Dean, whose talk is titled "Avoiding Gimmicks in Health & Fitness: Refusing to Return to the Dark Ages".
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Dr. Richard Linnehan, NASA

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Richard Linnehan, who talks about "Living, Working & Exercising in Space: An Astronaut's Perspective".  This is a great talk that shows some of the stresses on astronauts as they complete their space missions.
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Dr. Frank Booth, University of Missouri

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Frank Booth, who talks about "Walk Away from Type 2 Diabetes".  This is an engaging talk from one of the preeminent Exercise Physiologists in the World and presents an easy to understand plan for dealing with Type 2 Diabetes.
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Mr. Ty Warren, Denver Broncos

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Mr. Ty Warren, who talks about "Sports Medicine and the Professional Athlete".  If you want to know what type of training an elite professional athlete undergoes to stay at the top of his game, this is the talk for you.  During his talk, Mr. Warren references the work of Mike Woicik
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Dr. Steve Riechman, Texas A&M University

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Steve Riechman, Texas A&M University, who talks about "Eat More Cholesterol for Your Health and Strength". This is a great talk that may challenge many of the beliefs you may have about cholesterol.
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Mr. Kevin Hughes, Ohio and the World

Huffines Discussion 2011: Mr. Kevin Hughes, Ohio and the World

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Mr. Kevin Hughes, Comedian Extraordinaire, who talks about "Super at 60: Uphill on the Downhill Side". If you haven't seen Kevin, you should - his talk is a great example of merging laughter with real health topics
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Dr. Michael Reid, University of Kentucky

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Michael Reid, from the University of Kentucky, who talks about "Muscle Weakness, Fatigue and Free Radicals: Of Cowboy Hats and Elephants". And as the title implies, it was a fascinating talk!
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Huffines Discussion 2011: Dr. Jon Wertheim, Sports Illustrated

The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Jon Wertheim, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated, who talks about "Omission Bias in Professional Sport Officiating: Do Referees Really Swallow the Whistle At the End of the Game?".  Click here for Dr. Wertheim's bio.
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Introduction of the Huffines Discussion by President RB Loftin, Texas A&M University

President Loftin introduces the inaugural Huffines Discussion in 2011.  Check out the talks from the 2011 Huffines Discussion at HuffinesInstitute.org.  The Huffines Discussion is where leaders in sports medicine and human performance have the opportunity, in 15 minute talks, to describe the most recent and cutting-edge developments in sports medicine.
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