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Entries for August 2014

Exploring the Conflicting Gender Roles in Marketing Professional Female Athletes
Jami Lobpries, Ph.D
"Two months removed from the 2012 Olympic Games, the majority of the fame, spotlight, and national attention for the female Olympic athletes subsided. In fact, the majority of these women often do not have viable professional leagues to return to post-Olympics. Gender disparities continue to exist in the sports world, particularly in..."

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The Chicken or The Egg?
Chang Woock Lee, B.A.
"The chicken or the egg? No, this is not about the famous causality dilemma of “which came first?” but rather about excellent sources of dietary protein."

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Is That Favorite Pair Of Jeans Worth It?
Corinne Metzger, M.S.
"Maybe you have cut back on calories to fit into your favorite pair of jeans. On the other side of the spectrum, doctors encourage people to lose weight to lower the risk of chronic diseases. And beyond that, athletes watch their calories in the hopes of being leaner, lighter, or faster for their sport. All these are good, right?"

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Coffee: Teacher, Mother, Secret Lover?
Steve Bui, M.S.
"Chances are as you are reading this article you have already gulped down at least one cup of coffee for the day. This age old drink has been the secret weapon for many who need to wake up early, need to increase productivity throughout the day, or just simply need to supplement any meal with a hot beverage. What makes coffee so great and why does it keep you energized?"

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