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Entries for June 2013

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115 - It's Podcast Friday with Science Writer Jessica Wapner and The Philadelphia Chromosome
Cancer is a scary topic and today's podcast guest - Science Writer Jessica Wapner - brings us a new book (The Philadelphia Chromosome) that brings hope in the fight against cancer.  This book is a great story about a new way of fighting cancer using just a pill - yep, no chemotherapy or radiation treatments necessary - and it has a 85% effectiveness! 


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114 - It's Podcast Friday with Journalist Patrick Hruby and concussions in the NFL
Concussions in sports have become a 'hot' topic and deservedly so because of the fact that concussions are brain injuries.  Journalist Patrick Hruby has been on the forefront of reporting on the dangers of concussions to NFL players' health.  This is a great conversation that might change your mind about the current NFL/player concussion lawsuits....Enjoy!


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113 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Jon Welty-Peachy and the positive role of Sport in Society
Dr. Jon Welty-Peachy joins us today in the podcast to chat about the role of Sport in society development.  Dr. Welty-Peachy does work in using sport to reconnect the homeless back to society as well as using sport to promote World peace.  This is a broad-ranging and deep conversation about how we can use sport as a tool to develop individuals and society.


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112 - It's Podcast Friday and our 10th Anniversary! With Founder Dr. Jack Wilmore!

Today is our 10th Anniversary and to celebrate, we've got a special podcast with Dr. Jack Wilmore, the Founder and first Director of our Institute!  Dr. Wilmore is also one of the legendary figures in Exercise Physiology in the United States having published over 300 scientific articles and being at the forefront of so many different phases of the growth of Exercise Science from the 1960's to the 2000's.


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