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Entries for October 2012

It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Robin Fuchs-Young and Breast Cancer Research and Prevention
October has been designated as Breast Cancer Awareness month and we are pleased to have Breast Cancer researcher Dr. Robin Fuchs-Young from Texas A&M with us in the podcast.  We talk about cancer research and importantly, breast cancer prevention during this podcast.

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Beeting the Competition with Nitrates this week!
Read the text article this week and learn about "Beeting the Competition with Nitrates," by Julian Ong. "The latest trend to hit the sports supplement industry stems from none other than the humble beetroot. "

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It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Fox and The Ball!
Every so often, there is a great book that comes along that reveals a bit more about why we play and have sports in our society.  Such is the case with a new book - The Ball - that was recently released.  Dr. John Fox is the author and we are pleased to have him with us in the podcast to talk about his book and the topics he covers within.

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Weekly Text Article! "Exercise - Take Once Daily For Better Bone Health"
Check out this week's text article by Ramon Boudreaux titled "Exercise - Take Once Daily For Better Bone Health." "It is often joked that if exercise could be given as a pill it would be the most prescribed drug in the world. While some benefits of exercise are well known (e.g., the prevention of heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity), some remain esoteric."

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It's Podcast Friday with Pennington's Dr. Claude Bouchard
We are especially pleased to welcome Dr. Claude Bouchard from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center with us today in the podcast.  Dr. Bouchard is one of the most prominent Exercise Physiologists in the world with over 1000 scientific publications.  Dr. Bouchard has been forerunner in working to discover the genetic regulation of both obesity and exercise capacity.

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Breakthrough Theories "Rolling Toward Recovery: Theory of Self-Myofascial Release and Foam Rolling
"Rolling Toward Recovery: Theory of Self-Myofascial Release and Foam Rolling," by Kyle Levers. Many athletes are engaging in foam rolling, read and find out why! "The repetitive and high performance demands surrounding athletes of all levels forces many to find the most effective, yet practical recovery methods. Various types of massage therapies have been investigated and employed by many athletes due to the historical background in rehabilitation and relaxation."

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It's Podcast Friday with Washington Nationals' Asst. GM Bryan Minniti
We are pleased to have Bryan Minniti, the Asst. GM of the 2012 MLB National League East Champions Washington Nationals on the podcast today.  We cover quite a few topics, including the somewhat controversial decision by the Nationals to shut-down their star pitcher before the season was completed.

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