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The Anatomy of a World Record
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FREE LECTURE – MEET THE TEAM BEHIND THE GOLD
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How to Exercise in the Summer Heat
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Is It Better To Cook with Coconut Oil or Olive Oil?
Originally Published: on Dec. 22, 2017 | The New York Times | By Sophie Egan Q. Is it better to cook with coconut oil or olive oil? A. In terms of health impacts, it is better to cook with [Read More]
Understanding Acute and Chronic Inflammation
Originally Published: on Apr. 01, 2021 | Health.harvard.edu The right kind of inflammation is essential to your body's healing system. But chronic inflammation can be a problem. The saying "too [Read More]
All the Ways Ice Baths Can Benefit Physical Wellness, According to Orthopedic Experts.
Originally Published: on Mar. 31, 2021 | Goodhousekeeping.com | By ZEE KRSTIC Athletes are likely all too familiar with the daunting relief of an ice bath, which is often prescribed by [Read More]
Can Ergonomics Reduce Stress in the Workplace?
Originally Published: on Jan. 12, 2018 | uncagedergonomics.com | If stress seems like a personal matter, that’s because it is. So why is an emotional experience unique to an individual having such [Read More]