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Weekly Text Article! "Exercise-Induced Hyponatremia: Risk for Marathon Runners"

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  • 6/17/2014 10:27:00 AM
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Read the weekly text article by Ms. Kaleigh Camp about the importance of hydration and exercise. Her article titled "Exercise-Induced Hyponatremia: Risk for Marathon Runners" will help you get ready for that afternoon run or Boston Marathon. "Standing at the starting line of the 2011 San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon with over 30,000 other runners, it was clear how popular these races have become for athletes as well as non-athletes."
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It's Podcast Friday with dehydration and Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

It's Podcast Friday with dehydration and Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

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  • 11/8/2012 10:25:00 AM
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We are pleased to have Dr. Samuel Cheuvront from the United States Army Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in the podcast today.  Dr. Cheuvront is a noted expert on hydration during exercise and was one of the principle authors of the military's policies on hydration for our soldiers.  And just because it is getting cooler doesn't mean that we shouldn't worry about hydration.  So, get ready for those Fall football games by listening to this podcast as we ram...
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Text Article of the Week: "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement"

Text Article of the Week: "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement"

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  • 10/26/2012 12:48:00 PM
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Check out this weeks text article titled "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement" by Kyle Levers. "The popularity of coconut water has increased significantly over the past decade due to its nutritional composition and rehydration capability. Natural coconut water is the clear liquid found inside of a young, green coconut, not to be confused with the white liquid typically squeezed from the coconut’s outer layer, kno...
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