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Entries for March 2016

How to Learn a New Motor Sequence Movement Effectively: Using a Differing Practice Schedule

Another Huffines Institute sports medicine article! This gives some of the best and brightest students in sports medicine the opportunity to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Taewon Kim, and discusses scientific methodologies behind learning new motor skills!

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Using Soccer to Overcome Obstacles. A Sport-for-Homeless Success Story
Adam Cohen, Ph.D
In sports, we often hear stories about the rise and fall of athletes. One minute they are on top of the world leading every highlight show, the next minute the game has passed them by and a new superstar has stolen their thunder.

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Another Huffines Institute article, giving the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology the chance to showcase their research! This week’s article is written by Adam Kieffer, and discusses cholesterol in all its forms.


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Understanding Protein Degradation in Healthy and Diabetic Muscle Cells

Another Huffines Institute article, giving the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is by Jessica Cardin, MS, and discusses how proteins in cells, healthy and diabetic, get broken down. 

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