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The Truth About Green Tea for Weight Loss
Jun 5, 2021

Green tea has long been consumed for its health properties.

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To boost immunity, forget ‘magic pills.’ Focus on sleep, exercise, diet and cutting stress.
Jan 30, 2021

f there has ever been a time to focus on keeping your immune system healthy, this long winter of the pandemic is it.

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Appalachian State validates non-invasive method to measure muscle glycogen
May 12, 2015

Kannapolis—Researchers in exercise and sports science can put away their biopsy needles.

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Renal NCC is unchanged in the midpregnant rat and decreased in the late pregnant rat despite avid renal Na+ retention
Apr 29, 2015

Pregnancy is characterized by plasma volume expansion due to Na(+) retention, driven by aldosterone.

Cardio-Renal Physiology Laboratory, Research

Mysticism And Metabolomics
Dec 29, 2014

In the late 70s, many endurance athletes believed what John L.

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Study: Cycling Is Better For You Than Running
Jan 30, 2014

The claim: If you'd rather get a full-body wax than attempt to go running, good news! Your body may not be such a fan of running either.

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The Supplement That Can Damage Your Muscles
Jan 29, 2014

As you know, there are lots of things that can mess with your workout.

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Renal redox response to normal pregnancy in the rat
Jan 2, 2014

Normal pregnancy involves increased renal sodium reabsorption, metabolism, and oxygen consumption, which can cause increased oxidative stress (OS... Cardio-Renal Physiology Laboratory, Research

5 Weight-loss Lies We Tell Ourselves
Sep 28, 2013

Weight loss is an American cultural obsession.

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