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It's Podcast Friday - With Texas A&M's Dr. Emily Schmitt!

It's Podcast Friday - With Texas A&M's Dr. Emily Schmitt!

  • Podcasts
  • 12/8/2016 5:33:00 AM
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Today marks our final podcast of 2016. What a year it's been! Join us today for a conversation with another Huffines Institute alum, Dr. Emily Schmitt. Dr. Schmitt's work on health, exercise, and the environment is sure to close the year out well. A very interesting subject! LISTEN NOW!And as always, remember that you can win a free Huffines t-shirt by listening to the podcast and being the first to send us an email with the answer to the question.  And don't thin...
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It’s Podcast Friday - With NIH’s Dr. Heather Vellers!

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  • 12/1/2016 10:04:00 AM
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This week's podcast features one of our own - Huffines Institute Affiliate Dr. Heather Vellers joins us for a discussion on groundbreaking research taking place right now on mitochondria and how their genome affects our health! Really cool stuff! LISTEN NOW!Click here for the transcript of the talk.And as always, remember that you can win a free Huffines t-shirt by listening to the podcast and being the first to send us an email with the answer to the question.  And ...
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Curing The Incurable?

Curing The Incurable?

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  • 11/18/2016 3:46:00 AM
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Corinne Metzger, M.S.You get a cold or a flu and you feel awful. But after a couple days or a week you get back to feeling normal again. These are the typical illnesses most people face. But there are illnesses that do not go away, that continue to impact the way someone feels and lives on a day-to-day basis, and sometimes these diseases even begin to impact other parts of that person’s body leading to more problems. A group of conditions known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are disea...
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The Award-Winning HD5 Video Podcast Series Continues! Dr.Claude Bouchard from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center!

The Award-Winning HD5 Video Podcast Series Continues! Dr.Claude Bouchard from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center!

Today is the eighth video and audio-only rebroadcast from the 2015 Huffines Discussion. Up today in our series is Dr. Claude Bouchard, The John W. Barton Sr. Endowed Chair in Genetics and Nutrition in the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, LA.  Dr. Bouchard’s talk is called "Less Sitting or More Exercise or More Fitness?” and discusses the various benefits and drawbacks of approaching health in different ways. LISTEN&nbs...
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It's Special Podcast Monday! with a joint podcast with Dr. Steve Kleeberger from the National Institute of Environmental Health Science

It's Special Podcast Monday! with a joint podcast with Dr. Steve Kleeberger from the National Institute of Environmental Health Science

  • Podcasts
  • 6/29/2015 6:07:00 AM
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In a special joint podcast with Texas A&M's Center for Translational Environmental Health Research (CTEHR.org), we are excited to present Dr. Steve Kleeberger, one of the countries preeminent scientists.  You may think - "wait, this is supposed to be about human performance" - but hang on; we think you'll find what Dr. Kleeberger says to be very applicable to sports medicine (just think about the smog and the Beijing Olympics).  Dr. Kleeberger has published severa...
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It's Podcast Friday! with Goucher College's Elizabeth Ahearn with Pilates and Dance Science!

It's Podcast Friday! with Goucher College's Elizabeth Ahearn with Pilates and Dance Science!

  • Podcasts
  • 10/17/2014 3:19:00 AM
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Human performance includes many different types of human activity, including sports, exercise, and the performing arts.  We are pleased that joining us in the podcast today is Ms. Elizabeth Ahearn who is a faculty member in the Dance Department at Goucher College, the Vice President of Regional Planning for the American College Dance Association, and the founding Director of The Pilates Center at Goucher.  We chat about the origins of Pilates and what makes it different than other type...
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It's Podcast Friday with Jennie Morton and the physiology of dancing & singing (at the same time!)

It's Podcast Friday with Jennie Morton and the physiology of dancing & singing (at the same time!)

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  • 9/20/2013 4:45:00 AM
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We are joined in the podcast today by Ms. Jennie Morton, a renowned vocalist and dancer who is also an osteopath and works to help performers stay healthy.  She has performed on the West End and travels the world doing workshops on proper practices for health in performers. And if you've wondered how performers can dance and sing at the same time, you need to listen to the podcast!  It's a fun conversation, so LISTEN NOW!
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It's Podcast Friday with Science Writer Jessica Wapner and The Philadelphia Chromosome!

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  • 6/28/2013 3:44:00 AM
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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!  Ms. Wapner was kind enough to squeeze us into her schedule right before she flew back home, so join us for this great discussion tha...
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It's Podcast Friday and our 10th Anniversary! with Founder Dr. Jack Wilmore!

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

  • Podcasts
  • 6/7/2013 3:07:00 AM
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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.  So have a listen to the podcast today!
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