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Entries for March 2012

It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Walt Thompson from Georgia State University
Dr. Walt Thompson from Georgia State University joins us today in the podcast and talks about the American Fitness Index and why you should know about this index. 

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It's Podcast Thursday! With Dr. Dave Bassett and activity of the Amish!
Joining us in the podcast today is Dr. David Bassett from the University of Tennessee who is a renowned expert in how to measure human activity and how activity levels differ between technological societies and non-technological societies. 

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TexAgs and the Huffines Discussion interview
Listen to the Tim Lightfoot's interview on TexAgs.com radio show about the Huffines Discussion....Thanks to Gabe Bock and the folks at TexAgs for ...

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Article Wednesday! Homocysteine, a Quiet Killer!

by Majid Koozehchian. Homocysteine (Hcy) is a non-proteinogenic amino acid (i.e., an amino acid not used in proteins) normally present in the blood. Hcy is a by-product of normal diet but high levels in the blood can endanger cardiovascular health...

 

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It's Podcast Friday with Bryan Minniti from MLB's Washington Nationals

Baseball season is almost here!  We've got a great podcast today with MLB's Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti about professional baseball, injuries, and rehab in a large organization with multi-million dollar athletes.  Join us for Mr. Minniti's behind-the-scenes insights about professional baseball.

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It's Podcast Friday with Charlie Kimball and IndyCar racing!

IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball joins us in the podcast to talk about the special sports medicine needs of an IndyCar driver as well as his special physiological needs.  Charlie is the first elite racing driver to race with Type 1 Diabetes and it is incredibly interesting to hear how his team (and IndyCar) handles his condition.

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