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Atherosclerosis Across 4000 Years of Human History

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As I have repeatedly stated, this is likely a by-product of life. They probably would have found more had people then lived longer!

Epigenetics and Diabetes

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Bad Eating Habits Start in the Womb - NYTimes.com

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Gut Microbes Linked to Autismlike Symptoms in Mce

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Allergic to Life

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Could have easily gone on the Environmental Shelf too!

Effectiveness of Exercise & Drug Interventions on Mortality Outcomes

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Looks like more evidence for exercise!

The Fat Drug

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A brief article on the suggested role antibiotics might play in offsetting our gut microbes and thereby causing weight gain. A lot of interesting new (and apparently old) data supports this idea.....

Mix Of Gut Microbes May Play Role In Crohn's Disease

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Antioxidants Speed Up Lung Cancer | The Scientist Magazine®

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Remember this does not mean taking or consuming antioxidants will kill you, but it does suggest they may not be as beneficial as originally assumed in the prevention of chronic diseases, especially...

Study: Fried food more fattening depending on genes

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Glyphosphate & Round-up fact sheet

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Also includes health ramifications.

Glyphosate truth

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interesting facts

Genetically Engineered foods may cause allergies

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decent article

Nuffield Foundation

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This is a good website featuring some ideas for games when teaching about chronic disease and alcohol use

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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McLeod breaks down Maslow's thoughts into an easy to digest "Progressive" explanation...

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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McLeod breaks sown Maslow's pyramid...

Kolb on "Experential Learning"

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Kolb explains the theory of "Experential Learning"...continued learning through Action...analysis..application...

Kolb on "Experential Learning"

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Kolb's theory of "experential Learning"...learning based upon experience...action...analysis...and application. This thought process is important for understanding motrskill development, but also ...

Kolb "Experantial Learning"

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More work on Kolb

Kolb "experential Learning"

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More on "Experential Learning"

Kolb

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Kolb's Flowchart to Experential learning. This describes his learning theory which is necessary for all learning, particularly in motor skill development and can be applied to coaching theory.

Kolb "experential Learning" Flowchart

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Kolb's theory broken down into a flowchart

Article on "The New PE"

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This article details PE (Fitness) in schools. Interesting in that it discusses the effects of heart rate on a group of overweight girls. This applies to perceived motivation level and physiologic...

The Food Issue | Scientific American Reports

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If you ever dish out $$ to purchase a magazine, this issue is worth it!

GBD Arrow Diagram | Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

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Great interactive site illustrating what kills us around the world.

PLOS ONE: ABO Genotype, ‘Blood-Type’ Diet and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors

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This is an interesting one....

A Grizzly Answer for Obesity

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Timing and Intensity of Light Correlate with Body Weight in Adults

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Remember a relationship does not necessarily mean causal. There could be a number of factors here influencing this including: 1) Hormones? 2) Sleep Patterns (hormones)? 3) Vitamin D (hormones)?...

Stress Alters Children's Genomes

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This is very interesting as undoubtedly, we all suffer from stress, serious stress from time to time in our lives, including childhood. I wonder if severity of stress (unstable homes are definitel...

A Number That May Not Add Up

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Finally, we are beginning to see this information make it to the general population!

An Apple a Day and Other Myths

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Why Chocolate is Good For Us

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Well, it gives us hope anyway, though they are largely talking about cacao or coco powder, not a chocolate bar unfortunately.

The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease - WSJ.com

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How we came to fear saturated fat.

Human Anatomy Dissection 23 (part 1 of 2) Forearm and Hand

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I should have watched Gattaca instead. *SHIVER*

Early Fitness Can Improve the Middle-Age Brain

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Exercise "Snacks" to Control Blood Sugar

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Always Hungry? Here's Why.

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Again, more evidence this is insulin (and hence carbohydrate) related.

How Exercise Can KILL You! - DNews

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This discusses the new research that supports the idea too much exercise (especially with an existing heart condition) can be bad for you, but not as bad as not doing anything at all.

muscles of the neck

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body maps, muscles of the neck

Mysterious Childhood Disease Spread by Dust Storms - Scientific American

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They suggests climate change will only increase the spread of this fungus.

The whole world has a weight problem, new report says

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Well then the next logical question would be: why? If obesity rates are rising in areas where there are food shortages this is much more than just eat less and move more. Something else is going ...

Leptin also influences brain cells that control appetite, researchers find | neuroscientistnews.com

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Leptin had a lot of promise in the 90's, perhaps this will be helpful.

“Eat Less, Exercise More” Isn’t The Answer For Weight Loss | TIME

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Some interesting arguments here. More and more evidence hormones, genetics, etc...play a significant role in who gains weight and who doesn't.

Human microbiome

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A legit article by the NY Times w/ sources for reference!

WHO | Macroeconomics and Health

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Environmental and Gut Bacteroidetes: The Food Connection

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There is a tentative inverse relationship between a decrease in these types of bacterium in our guts and increase in obesity. Tentative...and we are just beginning to understand all this... More ...

How antioxidants can accelerate cancers, and why they don't protect against them

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My take away: Antioxidant supplements or those found in natural foods may not be helpful because they might not get to the site where they are needed to both protect against and fight cancer. Agai...

US Obesity and Diabetes on Rise

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Telling maps of the US showing the increase in diabetes and obesity.

A New Suspect in the Obesity Epidemic: Our Brains | DiscoverMagazine.com

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Anyone who understands anything about this knows this issue is much more complex than just "eat less and exercise more". This is a good introduction to some of the complexity.

Eat More, Weigh Less with the Volumetrics Diet

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This article is relevant to our discussion on fad diets. The volumetrics diet is based on eating foods that have low calorie counts but make you feel full. Some of the foods recommended for this di...

5 myths of pregnancy and strength training

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Hypnosis - An Underused Behavior Modification Technique

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This article is relevant to our discussion on behavior modification techniques. Through hypnosis, patients can be taught behavior modification which can help change many habits. Hypnosis has been u...

Anti-Obesity Effect of Lactobacillus gasseri BNR17 in High-Sucrose Diet-Induced Obese Mice

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There is something to this gut bacteria thing....this will only become more interesting as we learn more!

Nigeria Struggles to Cope With Ebola Outbreak

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Ebola, one of the world’s most fatal diseases, has surfaced in Africa’s most populous country. Nigerian health officials have announced 10 confirmed cases and two deaths in the country from the ...

Without Breaking a Sweat, a Doctor Tracks Ebola and Other Epidemics

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Life By RACHEL L. SWARNS Continue reading the main story Share This Page email facebook twitter save more Continue reading the main story Continue reading...

Ebola May Pose Little Threat to U.S., but It Looms Large on Twitter

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As the shadow of the deadly Ebola virus looms over Africa, its danger clear and present, a lesser kind of contagion, diffuse but persistent, has infected social media feeds in the United States...

Tracing Ebola’s Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old

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Patient Zero in the Ebola outbreak, researchers suspect, was a 2-year-old boy who died on Dec. 6, just a few days after falling ill in a village in Guéckédou, in southeastern Guinea ...

What You Need to Know About the Ebola Outbreak

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Q & A UPDATED AUGUST 12, 2014 How many people have been infected? More than 1,800 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone have contracted Ebola since March...

At Heart of Ebola Outbreak, a Village Frozen by Fear and Death

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The signs of a deadly struggle remain: Scattered around the houses of the Ebola dead lie empty pill packages, their plastic casings punched through. Nearby in the mud are used packets of oral rehyd...

Your doctor says he doesn't know enough about about nutrition or exericse

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Does your doctor ever talk to you about nutrition or exercise? No? You're not alone. Polling shows that fewer than one-eighth of visits to physicians include any nutrition counseling and fewer than...

The Primordial Roots of Cancer | Acumen | OZY

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Some good points in here...perhaps it is just a natural by-product of life (and of course pathogenic as I always say).

A gut microbe that stops food allergies | Science/AAAS | News

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Again, there is something to this....

Mary Roach: The Science of Your Guts

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They digress a bit at the beginning, but they finally get to the interview around 15min.

Blood From Ebola Survivors Eyed as Weapon Against Virus - ABC News

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The mounting death toll from the worst-ever Ebola outbreak has health officials eyeing a radical remedy: blood from Ebola survivors.

what is a diet?

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I like this site because it breaks down a couple food groups for you and the pros and cons of those foods. Very helpful!

MIT Online Courses through OpenCourseWare

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"MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Through OCW, educators improve cour...

Peoples-uni

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To contribute to improvements in the health of populations in low- to middle-income countries by building Public Health capacity via e-learning.

Easy fecal transplant for C.diff.

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New pill developed that takes away the ick factor and is appearing to be effective as well as cost effective.

Anatomy of the Shoulder

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This gives details and pictures of the shoulder, bones, ligaments, and list possible injuries that can happen to the Shoulder

Anatomy interactive tool

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How Much Nutrition Do You Absorb?

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How exercise improves cognitive function

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This article breaks down how exercise improves cognitive function.

To run barefoot or not?

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This article discusses the positives and negatives of running without shoes.

More is Not Always Better

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Vitamins are not always the answer to prolonging your health and years in age. It can actually do the exact opposite. However for those who lack in certain vitamins actually benefit from these supp...

More is Not Always Better pt.2

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If a little bit of something is good for you, then more should be better for you? Not true. Supplementation with extra vitamins or micronutrients doesn't really benefit you if you don't have a de...

There is no "healthy" microbiome.

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Yes, we don't know enough to fully understand this.

Milk Isn't Just From Cows

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Instead of Only getting Calcium from Milk (from cows) there are other sources and "more healthier" choices that can be made to get the extra calcium you need for your diet.

Too Much Isn't Always Good Pt2

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Although it doesn't hurt to add more nutrients to our diet here's a more in-depth version (specifically calcium and Vitamin A and D) of why too much vitamin/supplement intake isn't good for you hea...

What To Know About Milk

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"Got Milk". but really do you really understand milk to get it? Here are some health benefit facts about milk!

What is Iron

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No not the metal used for welding but the vitamin!

NIH on Iron

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Iron, dietary supplement fact sheet and more!

What is exercise physiology?

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Dehydration caused by the Atkins diet

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Life threaten situation such as being dehydrated could occur when individuals participate in the Atkins diet! A study reveals!

9. Gluten and GMO's

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How have GMO's impacted our health? What health problems are being created as a result of consuming GM foods?

The Doctor Will See Through You Now

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RealView Imaging Ltd tells us that its company’s system is used in the Schneider Children’s medical center in Israel. In medical area, technology is very helpful and well used for the patients. Als...

Health Informatics

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How has technology changed in the medical field.

New technologies in the Medical Field

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The article talks about new technologies and the ways they way they could benefit in the medical field.

health benefits of green beans

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the article explains about green beans and how they can help in maintaining good health

how much sugar is in your food

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this article explains the amount of food in our food and it's effects.

truth about carbohydrates and sugar

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it explains how carbohydrates and sugar are not really good for you.

the negative effects of viagra

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it explains about viagra and it's bed effects.

health benefits of frankincense

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frankincense has numerous health benefits.

ballet physical therapy

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Read through and see if will work

Toledo Ballet

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Ballet class for down syndrome kids

Gene's, Junk Food, And Weight

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Gene's may influence Weight Gain

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Healthy Tip for Diabetes Type 2

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high fructose make people hungrier

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there's a link between high fructose syrup and being hungry

eating green vegetables for a healthier diet

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green vegetables are good for your overall health

Iron

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Type 2 Diabetes

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what makes a healthy diet

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what makes a healthy diet

Food industsy pledges and marketing on children

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Discusses pledges made by food industry on marketing to children.

Cancer's Random Assault

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week 1

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Explains what Biomechanics is

Assignment 1

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Assignment on CHPT 1 & 2

Assignment 1

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Assignment on CHPT 1 & 2

Could Your Mom or Dad Be Malnourished? | Next Avenue

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Depending on the type of food you eat depends on whether you are getting the proper nutrients the body needs to function. Even though someone is eating doesn't mean they aren't malnourished. A heal...

Joint Pain, From the Gut - The Atlantic

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And this just continues to be fascinating.

Cholesterol Drug Conspiracy part 1 - YouTube

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Assignment 2

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Assignment on CHPT 3

What are the eight most popular diets today?

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There are literally hundreds of thousands of diets. Some are for losing weight, others for gaining weight, lowering cholesterol, living a long and healthy life, etc. The Mediterranean Diet, for exa...

Assignment 2

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Assignment on CHPT 3

If you eat food, watch this.

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Amazing TED talk on what we are putting into our bodies. Highly recommended for anyone and EVERYONE who eats food. Period. 20 min that just may change your life.

A gut microbe that stops food allergies | Science/AAAS | News

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Again, there is something to this....

What is martial art leverage? - Pramek's The Lever explains it all

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The video describes levers and how they are used in martial arts for self-defense. In this topic a lever is a rigid rod (usually a length of bone) like your leg or arm that turns about a pivot (usu...

Eat More, Weigh Less with the Volumetrics Diet

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This article is relevant to our discussion on fad diets. The volumetrics diet is based on eating foods that have low calorie counts but make you feel full. Some of the foods recommended for this di...

Go, Slow, and Whoa! A kid's Guide to Eating Right

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Lots of kids want to know which foods to eat to be healthy or lose weight

Obesity in America

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The percentage of obese adults is growing, and the rise of obese children is disturbing. Various experts talk about the causes for this problem.

Restoring Good Bacteria

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Dr.Shahani talks about the need to continuously restore the good gut bacteria.

Age is Just a Number

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Amazing feats by senior citizens

Cellphones tend to help mentally ill patients

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Studies have shown that patients with mental illnesses are treated better with texting rather than mHealth mobile app. The texting function seems to more available.

Nursing Informatics combined

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The new field that includes nursing and informatics are slowly climbing into a big business. Slowly but surely they will become one of the more desirable jobs for nurses.

Biomechanics Professional Group

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Dragonfly gut infections suggest environmental role in obesity

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Penn State researcher Ruud Schilder will examine whether the environmental conditions in which dragonflies live (left) make them susceptible to infectious protozoan parasites. Right: A dragonfly g...

Restoring Good Bacteria

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Dr.Shahani talks about the need to continuously restore the good gut bacteria.

Wal-Mart Causing Obesity?

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Article talks about how Wal-Mart may be contributing to our obesity epidemic in the United States.

Stretching & Sprint Performance

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A few weeks ago, one of our classmates reviewed several studies regarding the effects of different stretching techniques on single repetition maximum lifts, flexibility and range of motion. The ul...

Health related quality of life in obese outpatients losing body weight with very low energy diets and behavior modification

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This paper uses the LEARN system of behavior modification.

Health related quality of life (primary)

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This details the LEARN system of behavior modification.

Motivation and perceptions of control

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Interesting article that details extrinsic and intrinsic motivation on a continuum.

Hip stretches

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How to Boost Your Immune System

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What can you do to boost your immune system?

Ginger and the Immune System

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Ginger has been found in the scientific research to help balance the immune system to restore it to proper functioning. Ginger has also been found to enhance the protective functions of the immune ...

Supertraining

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One of the most complex and informative books on periodization of strength.

Motivation and perceptions of control

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Interesting article that details extrinsic and intrinsic motivation on a continuum.

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Strength Training for Kids

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Practical guidelines and recommended resistance exercises you can use today to improve youth muscle strength by as much as 74 percent!

Resistance Training Improves Mental Health

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Research is proving that your mind and body can be significantly improved with resistance training.

Vitamin E stimulates phosphatidylserine synthesis in the hippocampus and improves cognitive function at old age

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Aged humans and animals demonstrate cognitive decline. Improvement of short-term memory performance in aged beagles with a nutraceutical supplement containing phosphatidylserine (PS) and vitamin E ...

Overuse and Kinematics

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Overuse injuries are likely the result of a person's lower body kinematics and training habits.

Upper Extremity Movement Lecture

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This is a short (17 minutes) but concise lecture on the movement of the shoulder girdle. Proper use of positioning and direction are used as well as descriptive analysis.

The brain and endurance?

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This article highlights a study from 2014 that assesses the impact of the brain and fatigue, affecting an athlete's endurance performance.

The Kinetic Chain: It's What to Train!

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This article highlights the importance of not looking at the issues in an athlete in isolation, but consider the whole animal in the process. The kinetic chain works together, so train it as a who...

Biomechanics of the Spine

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This video from the biomechanics department at the University of Waterloo highlights some truths and exposes some myths about the spine and trunk movement.

Ergogenic Aids, Safe or Deadly?

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The facts about some ergogenic aids that may not be so helpful as they seem to be leading.

Adult Obesity for each state

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A look into the current and future obesity rate issues that our country has developed from poor habits over the past couple generations.

Different types of Microbiome in the Gut

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Intro to the Human Microbiome

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A quick but informative summary on the human microbiome.

Psychological attributes, not physical gifts, of young athletes predict success, say coaches in a new study

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In a new study examining how much psychological and physical characteristics matter in the development of young athletes, psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker,Ph.D., and co-authors from Loyola Marymount...

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Summery: After years of study, a kind of Atlantic salmon with other fish genes and hormones grows faster two times than ordinary salmon and with much bigger fish head in the same breeding environm...

Gut-brain link grabs neuroscientists

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Neurobiology research is starting pile up relating gut bacteria to mental health. Very interesting read!

New Benefits of Cruciferous Vegetables Were Found

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Cruciferous Vegetables are vegetables in the family of Cruciferae, including cauliflower, cabbage, garden cress, broccoli and similar green leaf vegetables. Recently, a new study found that a compo...

Antioxidants Speed Up Lung Cancer | The Scientist Magazine®

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Remember this does not mean taking or consuming antioxidants will kill you, but it does suggest they may not be as beneficial as originally assumed in the prevention of chronic diseases, especially...

Detailed Understanding of Estrogen

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Ancestral DDT exposure promotes obesity and disease

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DDT is shown to promote epigenetic changes that increase obesity and disease in subsequent generations.

Blueprinting Proteins, Once Difficult Now Easier

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Recently, a new study has brought hope to the blueprinting of a certain proteins, which is a big step forward in the field of drug discovery and development. Named in meso in situ serial crystallog...

Health Benefits of Massage

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More than an indulgence, massage therapy can help you sleep better, boost your immune system and reduce aches and pains

Stretching: Focus on flexibility

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Stretching may take a back seat to your exercise routine. You may think that stretching your hamstrings and calves is just something to be done if you have a few extra minutes before or after pound...

6 Reasons to Drink Water

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"Think of water as a nutrient your body needs that is present in liquids, plain water, and foods. All of these are essential daily to replace the large amounts of water lost each day," says Joan Ko...

The Benefits of Massage for Hypertension

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...A study in the effects of myofascial trigger-point massage therapy for people with hypertension showed that significant decreases in both diastolic and systolic blood pressure resulted following...

Massage Therapy for Stress Relief and Much More

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Few sensual experiences rival a full-body massage for pleasure and stress relief -- at least among those things you can talk about in front of the children at the dinner table. Word on the health b...

Vitamins: What to Take, What to Skip

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Vitamins and minerals are essential to any diet, and research suggests they may help prevent cancer and heart disease, not to mention other health problems. But reality check: Many studies have bee...

Sitting all day

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How to survive the consequences of sitting.

Is Sugar Toxic? - The new blaze about toxic-sugar

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We hear so many new "trend". To be healthy is to be balance in all area, body, mind and spirit. However It is recognized that sugar (high or low blood sugar) can even triger emotional reactions. ...

Massage Therapy Began Over 5,000 Years Ago

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MASSAGE is the origin of human medecine, born from compassion, this is the first type of attention of helping and soothing a relative. It is inherent to humans to wish good to those who suffers. T...

Wellness- Recover your muscles with foam rolling and stretching

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Here are three techniques that will not only help muscle recovery but also injury prevention and flexibility which will allow better form when doing strengthening exercises. At any age this is i...

Do short Bursts of Exercise Throughout the Day

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Any exercise done on a regular basis will bring you benefits. Even 5 min is better then no exercise at all. "Consistency " is the key. Add a little challenge to your daily routine and you are on yo...

Daily Water Intake Calculator

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Water, the source of life on earth. Water is such a part of our daily health care. Don't forget your H2O!

Healthy Eating Habits

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Healthy habits NOT restrictions are the key to balanced nutrition.

9 Healthy Benefits Of Massage

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Prevention and maintenance, 2 major keys for a good health. We should never hesitate to take care of our health. It is the only one we have. Massage has a positive impact on your immune system too.

Why the most popular rule of weight loss is completely wrong - The Washington Post

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Finally, we are getting somewhere.

MyPlate Resource Guide | KaTom Blog

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President's Council on Fitness, Sports, & Nutrition

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this article shows where we are at as a nation. Hope it inspires each to step up . # move for your health

How much Exercise do you need?

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#FACT: Keep exercising, it's good for you

Massage Improves Post-Workout Recovery | Men's Fitness

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Try to coordinate intense work out followed with a massage session. On a regular basis, this will allow to increase your performance.

Tighten your Skin After WeightLoss

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I have a particular friend who swears her weekly massage therapy helped her tighten skin after #weight loss. She complained of sagging skin, particularly on her upper #arms and upper thighs, and is...

Massage and Tension Headaches

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Massage can relieve or eliminate headaches and migraines...

Paralyzed Again | MIT Technology Review

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Benefits Of Massage For Athletes

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Sports massages are not just for athletes, they are also beneficial for those just starting to workout or getting back into it. Start stimulating muscles to build, schedule your 60 minute massage f...

How to Calculate Your Protein Needs

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It's not always easy to know what is right. Start a food journal and track how foods make you feel, listen to your body.

Water versus Soda Pop

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#FACT: Water is a natural component of your body. There’s a reason nutrition experts recommend drinking at least 8 glasses of water per day while limiting soda -- or better yet, avoiding it alt...

Focus on Flexibility

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At any age, we can increase our flexibility. Stretch and reap the benefits of healthy joints, improved physical performance, and less risk of injury.

Theories and Models Frequently Used in Health Promotion

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Good summary of these models.

A Long Look at Obesity

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Advice on Practicing Yoga in Middle Age

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Yoga can be practiced by anyone at any age! The benefits are numerous- increased flexibility, strength, oxygen flow, and metabolism. Practicing yoga will help you feel great.

Pilates Exercises and Workout Benefits

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Any strength and balance exercise benefits your overall health. Even just 8 min per day will result in positive changes.

Why your body needs sugar

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Is all sugar bad? Learn about "natural" sugars, how they are healthful, and how this knowledge can help you make better food choices.

What is the proper daily flulid intake?

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You’ve probably heard on several occasions that you’ll only be truly healthy if you guzzle eight glasses of water every day. While this health rule might not be completely true, it still makes an i...

Running Vs Jogging

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You might think running and jogging mean the same thing, but in fact they are actually different. The obvious difference between the two is the...

Health Benefits of Owning a Pet

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Our 4-legged companions can help keep us healthy. Owning a pet can ward off depression, lower blood pressure, and boost immunity. It may even improve your social life. Example: Daily dog walks k...

Massage Therapy for Those Who Exercise

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Those who participate in exercise programs, as well as athletes in training, can benefit from massage therapy. Reach your fitness goal with help of a massage therapist!

Hypnosis - An Underused Behavior Modification Technique

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This article is relevant to our discussion on behavior modification techniques. Through hypnosis, patients can be taught behavior modification which can help change many habits. Hypnosis has been u...

Do you have a problem sleeping? Take this quiz to see if it is something more....

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How do you sleep? This is actually something we each need to evaluate. Sleep is as important as eating right and exercising for your health.

Antioxidants Can Block Benefits of Exercise

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Contrary to popular belief, antioxidants are not a cure-all.

Childhood obesity

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Huffington post article discussing the statistics about the levels of childhood obesity. Some researchers have stated the levels are holding compared to earlier figures. In fact there are still cer...

Stress Exposure Affects Future Generations

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Stress is usually thought of as environmental, but this article describes a study that shows stress may have a lasting genetic effect on a family. The study showed that children of Holocaust surviv...

Stress and Health

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This scholarly article talks about different stressors such as traumatic events, violence, pressure, job and marital issues, and many others which can create a stressful environment for individuals...

Visualization in Gymnasts

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This relates to the emotional and mental aspects of psychology with in the sport of gymnastics.

Health and Resilience (tips)

Item added by Joey Copeland

This short article related to one of the most important concepts we talked about in class; resilience. I totally agree with Dr. Reiss about resilience being one of two most important things when it...

Signs you have Anxiety

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This week in class we learned about Anxiety disorders and how there are many different triggers that cause an individual to develop problems with anxiety. There are many different dimensions to anx...

Social Health

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This article retains to information we learned in class because it focuses on one of the dimensions of health: social health. In this article you find that having positive relationships in your lif...

Week 02: Born at 25 Weeks: Micro-Preemie Documentary

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I chose this video because it connects what we learned in class about premature births with a young woman's experience in having her son born very prematurely. It's not as factual as the video we w...

Wellness wheel

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To start the semester I feel it is appropriate to address the main concepts of health and wellness. The wheel accuratly shows all the aspects but this article tells us its more about being aware of...

BMI

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BMI or Body Mass Index is based off of weight and height. The factor it misses and makes it not accurate is muscle. It does not consider the muscle a person has so someone's BMI could be way high j...

Why I Hung Up my Competition Heels

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As a former bikini competitor myself, I know that the draw to the fitness industry can be a heightened sense of community, desire for physical wellbeing, development of mental toughness and an emot...

Dynamic & Static Flexibility

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As discussed in class, flexibility is on of the key components of fitness in an exercise program. We already know that flexibility encompasses all major muscle groups and it gives us the ability to...

Week 2: Association Studies of BMI and Type 2 Diabetes

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This article relates to what we are learning in class this week because it shows if you live your life in a certain way, without physical activity and overall health, it can lead to diseases. If yo...

Malnutrition Early in Life Stunts Growth

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Malnutrition is a major issue around the globe and sadly, it mostly is in babies and young children. The first 1,000 days of a child's life are the most crucial for brain and motor development and ...

BMI (in depth)

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This is a little more in depth explanation into why the Body Mass Index (BMI) is a broken measurement system when pertaining to individuals.

Muscle Biopsy

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This is just a basic video showing an example of a muscle biopsy.

Early warning gene signature for Alzheimer's | Neuroscientist News

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Promising....

Epigenetic Inheritance

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In class on 9/9/2015 we discussed the emerging scientific study of epigenetics. Epigenetics is a study that focuses on the environment's capacity to alter (turn on/off) genes. This article goes eve...

Clinical Depression

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This week in class we have been touching base on what we learned last week but also focusing on the idea of Depression and the different types that affect individuals today. In class we learned abo...

Mental Illness

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Another focus of learning we had this week was on how mental illness is increasing in the younger generations. This article focuses on the idea and facts of why mental illness is increasing and how...

Screening For Depression in Schools?

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article brings up an interesting point. In public schools, there are so many tests for intelligence, knowledge, scoliosis, height and weight, but there isn't compulsive testing for psychologic...

Using Technology to Treat Anxiety

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about an emerging way of treating anxiety disorders by having the patient complete tasks on an app that will either help reduce their immediate anxiety or teach them skills for r...

Autism and Prenatal Development

Item added by Madi Frazee

Scientists have discovered links between patches formed in the cerebral cortex in utero and the development of Autism. They have found that Autism is not caused by any certain problem with developm...

Clinical Depression

Item added by Austin Rabinowitz

This week in class we have been touching base on what we learned last week but also focusing on the idea of Depression and the different types that affect individuals today. In class we learned abo...

Mindfulness - 60 minutes

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Pregnancy and Teratogens

Item added by Chris Lopez

Since in class we have been talking about chapter 4 physical growth and Maturation and the effects on the growth of an infant. I realized teratogens where things that could effect the growth of the...

Acupuncture and Blood Pressure Relief

Item added by Cameron Willard

Can acupuncture help reduce the tension within people who have high blood pressure. A small study conducted says yes.

Music and a Healthy Heart

Item added by Cameron Willard

Music can elevate performance in athletes as well as make your heart beat faster according to a study conducted by a Doctor from the University of Oxford. It can also reduce stress levels. This dir...

Week 03: Muscle Fiber Type. Strength Training Adaptations

Item added by Katherine Harker

This video explains muscle fiber types very well and very clearly. It furthered my understanding from what I learned in class.

Mindfulness - 60 minutes

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Need for Pretend Play in Child Development

Item added by Michael Young

Researchers have started to identify values of playing pretend on children's social and cognitive development

Skeletal System-Human Development

Item added by Torri Pownall

This article talks about the skeletal development as an embryo and how it develops overtime.

What is Epigenetics?

Item added by Hailey Mummert

This last week in class, we were introduced to the study of Epigenetics-which is the study of how our genes get changed by how we diet and by our lifestyle choices. This video explains the differen...

Is Acute stress actually a good thing

Item added by Paulina Mielczarek

This week in class we focused on learning about stress. As I was sitting in class I remember hearing that sometimes a little bit of stress might actually be a good thing to your overall health. I d...

Relaxation

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After focusing on stress in class, we moved on to the idea of relaxation and benefits it can give you in life. The idea that relaxation can improve your mindset and give you a higher positive outlo...

Stress of Nursing Homes

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

In class we talk a lot about the stressors commonly affecting college students and working-age individuals, because it's what we can most closely relate to. With people who are elderly, there tends...

Eustress Effects on Life-Satisfaction in Undergraduates

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

The researchers of this article pointed out that very little research has been done on eustress in college students. They created a scale by which eustress could be measured and also measured life-...

Relaxation

Item added by Jayson Gibb

After focusing on stress in class, we moved on to the idea of relaxation and benefits it can give you in life. The idea that relaxation can improve your mindset and give you a higher positive outlo...

Other Reflexes in Newborns

Item added by Joel Carreon

I added this article from the Stanford Children's Hospital website to my shelf because it explained various other reflexes in babies that we didn't go over in class. It also explained some that we ...

Eustress Effects on Life-Satisfaction in Undergraduates

Item added by Austin Rabinowitz

The researchers of this article pointed out that very little research has been done on eustress in college students. They created a scale by which eustress could be measured and also measured life-...

Infantile Reflexes and Autism

Item added by Kristen LeGro

I found this case study very intriguing with the way that the study looked at normal and abnormal movements in infants, and how they looked for the lack of certain primitive reflexes in children wi...

Mindfulness - 60 minutes

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Crossfit For Kiddos

Item added by Steven Strobis

Does a strength and conditioning program work the same on kids as it does their parents?

Infantile Reflexes and Autism

Item added by Amanda De Pue

I found this case study very intriguing with the way that the study looked at normal and abnormal movements in infants, and how they looked for the lack of certain primitive reflexes in children wi...

Neural Development

Item added by Chris Lopez

the Article in mention talks about how poverty can effect neural development in children. since in class we have been discussing neural development from early pregnancy till the child grows up this...

Why Vo2 Max is Important

Item added by Cameron Willard

What makes VO2 important. Not only for Athletes but for regular average everyday people. Vo2 helps the client and the trainer get a sense of where you're at physically. So you don't over do it or u...

Prenatal and Postnatal Movement

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Early Motor Behavior specifically spontaneous and reflexive movements, pre and post natal.

Baby Milestones

Item added by Hailey Mummert

This last week we learned about early motor development and how early signs in a young baby or infant can determine if the child will be on track for motor development. This video gives examples fr...

Babinski's Sign

Item added by Madi Frazee

Babinski's sign is a reaction used to test a motor function in infants. If someone runs their fingers/nail up the bottom of the baby's foot the toes should fan out and extend. I find it interesting...

Quantity vs Quality of Social Relationships

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about how amount of relationships seems to predict social health when people are in their 20's, and the quality of relationships seems to predict social health when people are in...

Are Online Relationships Healthy?

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article shows the difference in how children and teenagers find and maintain friendships in today's society. There is extreme caution about children going to a park or downtown by themselves, ...

Importnace of children's Environment for better development

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I shared this article because it was interesting to see how small details which surround us every day can actually help is in our development when we are children and how those same details can be ...

Training Foot Drop

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Okay, so honestly this one is a little over my head at first, I had to read through it a few times. However, I chose this simply because with the specified client who had the developing brain tumor...

Babies Walking

Item added by Hailey Mummert

Balance and coordination all begins with walking. It is okay to assist the child in walking but forcing them to walk will only make it harder for the to begin walking.

Vo2 max and body weight

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Babies reflexes

Item added by Molly Champ-Gibson

I thought this short little article was interesting because it included a few of the reflexes we talked about in class and also had a few other we didn't talk about. I liked that it described what...

Walking Gait System

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Ballistic Skills: Throwing A Ball

Item added by Torri Pownall

This video shows you how to throw a baseball. It goes step by step on how to throw the ball.

Manipulation: How to catch a ball

Item added by Torri Pownall

This video shows you how to catch a baseball with very descriptive ways how to do so.

Week 05: Gross Motor Milestones

Item added by Katherine Harker

This is a good timeline for the development of walking.

Gender Identity in Children

Item added by Paulina Mielczarek

This article focuses on gender identity and how children develop their own gender identity. There are examples in the article that suggest that parents allow their children to play with toys that a...

Misconceptions on sexual orientation

Item added by Paulina Mielczarek

This article confronts the myths and misconceptions that follow the idea of sexual orientation in individuals. Many people think they know what distinguishes individuals when they have a different ...

Sexual Harassment Happens Earlier and More Than We Think

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

In class, we talked a lot about rape and a little about more serious forms of sexual assault, but we didn't talk at all about sexual harassment, especially verbal. This article discusses the ways t...

DSM-V Changes (including gender dysphoria)

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

We talked about variant sexual behavior in class, and how opinions change over time. The definitions of disorders in the DSM are a good way to measure the U.S. culture's thoughts on what's consider...

creeping and crawling developmetal milestones

Item added by Chris Lopez

in class we where discussing the development of human locomotion. One of the first locomotion skills that we learn while growing up is creeping and crawling. Of course its the act of moving on your...

Reasons to do Bodyweight Work outs.

Item added by Cameron Willard

Body weight exercises can be really beneficial for people who have been dormant and not working out on a regular basis, its easy to modfy, you can do them just about anywhere, and you don't have to...

Week 06: Development of Throwing

Item added by Katherine Harker

This article very well describes the developmental aspects of throwing and all the knowledge that is required and obtained for and while learning to throw.

NIH Opportunities for Students

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Opportunities for students within the NIH. Save for later!

Heath and Human Services Organizations

Item added by Megan Block

Many federal organizations under public health within Health and Human Services

EU Health in all policies

Item added by Megan Block

The EU has a policy which strives to consider "health in all policies"

Washington State Department of Health

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WA DOH website

King County Health Services

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Department of Health for King County

Infant Perceptual Development and the Five Senses

Item added by Torri Pownall

This video shows the perceptual development and relates that to the five senses of an infant.

NIH Genetic Database

Item added by Megan Block

NIH's database on the genetic link to different diseases

Proprioception and Basketball

Item added by Joel Carreon

Today in class we touched on proprioception. Proprioception, or knowing where your body is in space, plays a big part in ankle injuries in basketball. Not realizing where your feet are in space, be...

Importance of Muscular Strength as you Age

Item added by Cameron Willard

Muscular Strength is important as you age because your muscles grow weaker and deteriorate over time and this can lead to injuries in older people who haven't been keeping up with the strength in t...

Despite What We Know, We Fail to Regulate

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about how the many diet trends have confused consumers, so they aren't likely to even try to eat healthy because they've heard so many conflicting messages. This article also rei...

Food Deserts in America

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about food deserts as being places, usually low-income neighborhoods, where there is easy access to fast food and unhealthy options and low access to healthy and fresh foods. We ...

Week 07: How Our Eyes See Color

Item added by Katherine Harker

This video is pretty old and a little dry, but it very well describes how our eyes see in color, which adds to one's understanding of the Trichromatic Theory

Week 08: BDNF - Think, Eat, Move

Item added by Katherine Harker

This man describes how to increase BDNF through good health to create a better lifestyle.

Week 04: Is My Baby Okay?

Item added by Katherine Harker

This video very well supplements baby reflexes and development that we learned about in class on 9/15.

Balance for older adults

Item added by Torri Pownall

This mentions what is balance, balance disorders, how to improve your balance, and specific exercises to improve your balance.

Sensory Perception skills

Item added by Chris Lopez

The article or better words a website has 5 videos that show the development of sensory and perceptual skills in children. which relates to chapter 10 and the lecture we reviewed on Thursday. It al...

Sensory Play in babies

Item added by Hailey Mummert

This video shows a little girl playing with a variety of different toys with her mom. The toys all provides different sensory motions to stimulate recognition to the baby. It included different tex...

Environmental Influence on Addiction

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about studies done with rats and how when given a rich environment with other rats, they weren't interested in a drugged water bottle and went for the normal water. When given a ...

Phone Addiction and Phone Shaming

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

The author of this article saw the internet debate about the girls taking selfies at a baseball game and decided to delve into internet/phone addiction and whether pointing out overuse to people is...

Are Addiction Treatments Effective?

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about how many treatment programs utilize outdated programs rather than techniques that have been proven effective in recent studies. A recent review of addiction treatment metho...

Changes in Body Weight in College

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Phone Addiction and Phone Shaming

Item added by Evert Chung

The author of this article saw the internet debate about the girls taking selfies at a baseball game and decided to delve into internet/phone addiction and whether pointing out overuse to people is...

Socialization Process

Item added by Torri Pownall

Here is a video that goes a little more in depth about the socialization process then the book does.

Addiction

Item added by Paulina Mielczarek

This article focuses on what addiction is and why people become addicted.

Perception & Motor Skills

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PE and its benefits on perception and action

Item added by Chris Lopez

The PDF file that I found online is a research paper that explains the beneficial use of physical education in infants. it explains the need and benefits it has for children in pre-school all the w...

Strabismus (Depth perception)

Item added by Molly Champ-Gibson

This article talks about an eye condition in which the eyes do not work together causing depth perception problems most often. This is similar to our class subject in discussing the development of ...

Impact of Socialization on Gender

Item added by Hailey Mummert

This last week we learned about gender socialization and how society expects each gender to act. In the amount of the video that can be viewed it explains that family, education, peer groups, and ...

Reaction Time & Psychomotor Performance of Older Individuals

Item added by Torri Pownall

This video describes reaction time and how it effects the performance of older adults

Reaction Time & Psychomotor Performance of Older Individuals

Item added by Torri Pownall

This video is very helpful when learning about the reaction time in humans and how it can affect the performance of older adults.

Preventing Cardiovascular disease

Item added by Steven Lombardo

This article explains what some of the cardiac diseases are and ways to reduce the risk of suffering an agonizing death from them. A few no brainier tips, such as quitting smoking; however the site...

Alcohol's Effect on Coronary Heart Disease

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article evaluates the French paradox. In past studies, saturated fat consumption has been shown to increase risk for coronary heart disease. The French as a whole consume high amounts of satur...

Lifestyle Changes Effect on People With Coronary Heart Disease

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article did a study where they took subjects with atherosclerosis and put them in a control group or an extremely healthy group, and measured the progress of their atherosclerosis after a year...

Week 09: The Man Who Lost His Body

Item added by Katherine Harker

I love this video. I watched it in high school and it beautifully shows the importance of proprioception for our movement. It also shows that with a lot of determination, people can overcome the ob...

Extreme Nutrition

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Hyperthermia and Radiotherapy Together Increase Success of Cancer Treatments

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article talks about how a small amount of research has been done on hyperthermia and radiotherapy used in conjunction as cancer treatments, but that the research is too limited. They conducted...

Quality of Life for Patients with Diabetes

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This study measured health-related quality of life in patients being treated for diabetes. They found that patients who were at a normal weight and had no complications had only a slightly lower qu...

Meta-Anaylsis of sugar-sweetened beverages and Diabetes

Item added by Megan Block

Reviews about 7,000 studies from the U.S and the UK which relate sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). There is a high correlation between the two.

Clinical Economics of Type 2 Diabetes

Item added by Megan Block

The cost of T2DM in the U.S. is currently estimated at $245 billion. 9% of the population is currently diagnosed with T2DM.

Cost-effectiveness of Bariatric Surgery: Increasing the Economic Viability of the Most Effective Treatment for Type II Diabetes Mellitus

Item added by Megan Block

Barbaric surgery is a the most-effective and the quickest treatment of T2DM. But should we be focused on prevention instead?

November is national Daibetes month!

Item added by Megan Block

CDC's database for T2DM

Youth Athletes Strength-Training at an early age

Item added by Torri Pownall

The article is about youth athletes and strength training.

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Item added by Emma Wilsie

In class we talked about the ACEs test and how it can affect children and how these experiences during childhood can actually carry with them into adulthood. This article shows more how exactly thi...

Week 11: Sarcopenia

Item added by Katherine Harker

In class we discussed muscle loss and Sarcopenia. This article simply states how to slow down Sarcopenia as we age.

Week 12: When Fear Makes Us Superhuman

Item added by Katherine Harker

We watched a video on Thursday about adrenaline, and the man that was able to lift the boulder off of himself. This is a similar story where a young man gets trapped under a car and another man lif...

Exercises to improve ball skills/ eye hand coordination

Item added by Torri Pownall

This website mentions great activities and skills to strengthen your eye-hand coordination.

Role of the Microbiota in Immunity and Inflammation

Item added by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

Ecological Task Analyses

Item added by Torri Pownall

This is a video of a psychologists who talks about task dynamics and ecological aspect of it.

Body Fat through life

Item added by Chris Lopez

The article I found talks about how body fat changes throughout your life. since in chapter 17 its about body composition which body fat is one. the site gives a good table chart that shows the hea...

How to design a work out plan

Item added by Maysanne Burns

In this article, it talks about how to make a work out plan that fits you. It gives you steps to follow when considering making a work out plan to help guild you in the right direction. It also sho...

Hormonal Effects On Certain Parts of The Brain

Item added by Dylan Pettit

Throughout this semester in lectures, we have learned about this important concept of balance. It is important in the macroscopic picture of our lives as well as the "nitty-gritty" microscopic pict...

Fetal Development and Growth

Item added by Torri Pownall

This is a chart and descriptions of what to expect during the fetal development.

Cold temperatures may help shed pounds | Science/AAAS | News

Item added by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

I knew about this from a metabolic perspective, but would not have attributed this to the gut microbiome. But I guess since the microbiome has been shown to influence metabolism, this makes sense.

Cacao and The Potential For It To Help With Cardiovascular Disease

Item added by Dylan Pettit

This article is not about eating lots of chocolate cake to help with cardiovascular disease and hypertension but rather the potential benefits from the high antioxidants and flavonoids present in c...

Billions in Change

Item added by Yazdan Ovissi

Billions in change is a documentary that focuses on the producer of the five hour energy shots that you see in the markets. Manoj Bhargava, a self-made billionaire profited four billion dollars in ...

Ankle Balance and Proprioception Exercises

Item added by Joel Carreon

This video shows exercises one can do to improve ankle stability. This coincides perfectly with the tasks in the Perception Lab. One could perhaps perform these exercises to perform the Perception ...

VO2 Max Chart

Item added by Joel Carreon

This chart shows approximate VO2 maxes for males according to age. We learned, in class, on November 3rd, what the VO2 max is. We also learned that it peaks at the ages of 17-21 in males; this is s...

Genes, Training, and other Constraints on Individual Performance: A Role for Dynamical Systems Theory?

Item added by Joel Carreon

This article talks about the role of genetics, training, and constraints on ones performance and how they all interact and play a vital role. Chapter 18 revisits constraints and Newell's model with...

Degrees Of Freedom

Item added by Joel Carreon

When learning about Assaiante's Model of Motor Control, degrees of freedom were briefly mentioned. This article goes more in depth of what those degrees of freedom are in terms of joints and their ...

Stages Of Motor Development

Item added by Ashley Christoff

Dealing with Dementia

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This article outlines some of the common issues that arise for people caring for loved ones with dementia. Many people don't want to lie to their loved ones, but sometimes that's the easiest route ...

Pets in Nursing Homes

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

We talked briefly about the living situations of older adults, but here's an article about the role pets can play in nursing homes. Nursing homes that have pets, either live-in or visiting, seem to...

Teens vs. Older Adults in Driving

Item added by Sarah Joy Cundiff

This infographic points out that while we focus on the bad habits of teen drivers, the driving of older adults could be almost as bad. Older adults have slower reaction times, they can't check over...

Exercise training for lowing BP

Item added by Blake Taylor

This article explains the analysis on resting BP from individuals training differently. The individuals trained using isometric workouts, endurance training, resistance training and a combination o...

Increasing your VO2 max

Item added by Blake Taylor

This article goes over 10 ways to increase your VO2 max for better performance. This covers everything including diet, training techniques, exercises and supplements. Increasing your VO2 max will h...

Dimensions of Health and Wellness

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article covers the health and wellness dimensions that we covered in class this week. This is important because it solidifies in out minds that you have to be a well rounded individual through...

What is Health?

Item added by Benjamin Arger

What does it mean to be healthy? This article from Medical News Today seeks to answer that question. Is health just the absence of disease? Or are there many more components that makes a person phy...

7 Dimensions of Health and Wellness

Item added by Nicholas Bowe

This link provides a detail explanation of each dimensions of wellness and what it means to an individual. It is important for me to post this because it has successful tips to reach optimal wellne...

Sleep and overall health

Item added by Jordan Agtarap

According to lecture, one of the main concepts of health and wellness is physiological health. Part of physiological health is sleeping and the effects it can have on the human body. Obviously, any...

Health Tip: Find Purpose in your life

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article talks about how as we modernize our lives we may become increasingly disconnected from family and other support groups which causes depression. To off set this we must seek some level ...

Having a sense of purpose will add years to your life

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article is about how to effects of having a purpose in life can benefit the quantity and quality of your life. When combined with healthy diet and exercise. having a sense that you are making ...

Flint Water Problems

Item added by Emma Ridenhour

How does this pertain to what we learned in class?

Item added by serenity Huntwork

In class we discussed congenital defects that can affect a persons motor development. Prader-willi syndrome is a congenital defect, and because of what the conditions causes certain things need to ...

USA must prepare for Zika Virus

Item added by Nicole Smith

The Zika virus while not as dangerous to adults, is causing pregnant women to give birth to babies with birth defects. The vaccine could be 10 years away, so the US needs to come up with precaution...

musclar dystrophy and motor development

Item added by keith pike jr.

This paper explains the relation of muscular dystrophy, a diesease that affects development, and human motor development. Also how children with muscular dystrophy develop differently.

More Evidence Emerges for Transmissible Alzheimer's Theory - Scientific American

Item added by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

What is most disconcerting here is the thought that perhaps standard medical sterilization techniques cannot destroy these B-amyloid protein seeds and that those might be the transmissible.

Zika Virus

Item added by Ciera Herman

This little clip is a warning about the new virus called the Zika Virus. There are no current cures or immunity and it spreads fast. Will this be our next epidemic? The virus is being spread throug...

Exercise and Mental Health

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article deals with the benefits physical exercise can have on the mental health of college students.

Stress relieving techniques

Item added by Benjamin Arger

We all get stressed out at one point or another. So here are some things to relieve that stress.

FITT Principle

Item added by Torri Pownall

This a model used for fitness.

Why Zika virus is a problem

Item added by Geoffrey Wendt

Nobody knows how this virus got to South America from Uganda, although the 2014 world cup may have something to do with it. This virus poses a big problem for your women that may bear children. it ...

measuring blood pressure and heart rate

Item added by Taylor jones

This video is important because it shows how to take a persons blood pressure and heart rate. It is important to know how to do this properly because in the field of kinesiology you will be trainin...

how to create a exercise program

Item added by Taylor jones

This video is important because if you are planning in majoring in kinesiology, you're most likely going to be working with clients and training them in some sort of way. This video talks about the...

The effects of Meth on Human Development

Item added by Nickolas Densley

My article discusses the long term effects of continued use of Methamphetamine. The article goes into detail about the negative side effects of taking this drugs along with the neurological damage ...

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Item added by Madison Hunt

Teratogens and their Effects

Item added by Patrick Abercrombie

A detailed list of various teratogens and the effects and consequences they have on a developing fetus.

Prenatal vitamins diet

Item added by Jennifer Beattie

Prenatal vitamins are very important but what people often forget that many of the vitamins found in the pills can also be found in healthy foods. Things like folic acid to prevent spine abifida in...

More Things to avoid during pregnancy, list of some less known Teratogens

Item added by Ezechiel Argon

This articles mentions a number of less well known Teratogens that could have serious repercussions on fetal development. Among some of the most notable are SSRI, anti-depression drugs, Anti-acne m...

Fitness Program: 5 steps to get started

Item added by Nelson Rojas

Just an easy 5 steps to create a fitness program leading to a healthier lifestyle, complimenting your physical capabilities.

Systolic VS. Diastolic Blood Pressure

Item added by Nelson Rojas

The lower number is the diastolic blood pressure reading. It represents the minimum pressure in the arteries when the heart is at rest. The higher number is the systolic blood pressure reading. It ...

Prenatal Development Overview

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In class, we covered lightly on the topic of embryonic development and certain stages it goes through. The article that I chose just goes into depth more on the stages of the embryo and I thought i...

Cody Wright Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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Muscular Dystrophy Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Physical Fitness in Schools

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In Chapter ! of the book and in class we discussed how physical fitness is an important part of our daily lives and that its important to continue it throughout life. in the midst of debate several...

Being healthy and obese is a myth, researchers say

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An interesting article I found from a couple years ago. Basically, researchers found that in individuals that were classified as obese, even if they were "metabolically healthy," (low BP, low chole...

Heart Rate and Death

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In class we discussed heart rate and in week 3 we had a lab to detect our own heart rate and to discuss the issues going on with heart rate in recent years heart rate has been at the center of cont...

Personality Types

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This test allows you to see what personality is based on the Briggs Meyer Model. I find it better than the Type A, B, C, and D test.

Time Management

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I know we all struggle to use all the time in each day wisely. Maybe this video can help. 10 tips to help with day to day time management.

Obstructive sleep apnea is associated with impaired exercise capacity, poor aerobic fitness

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I found this article very interesting. It brought up the connections between low V02 max scores, and sleep apnea.

Week 03: Hypertension

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This video in depth describes hypertension, which we discussed in class. It also goes into the potential other problems that may be caused by high blood pressure and an unhealthy diet.

Week 03: Heart Rate and Training Zones

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This video talks about heart rate and training zones. Training zones can be useful when exercising because if your heart rate is lower than the minimum training zone, you might need to bump up the ...

Week 04: Energy Systems

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This video goes over the different energy systems that the body uses during exercise - It goes over aerobic vs anaerobic systems, what types of energy they use, and when they are used.

Week 04: Interval vs Endurance Training

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This article adds to what we've talked about in class. They talk about interval training vs endurance training, and how to improve upon cardiovascular endurance.

Weight Loss Pills Adverse Effects

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This article lightly covers the adverse effects of ephedra (banned in the U.S.) and other weight loss pill alternatives, I think this is relevant because weight is becoming a big issue here in the ...

Modern technology meets Bone Regeneration

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PHD Candidate Manolis Papastavrou is working on a 3D printed bone scaffold that acts as a temporary bridge for bone reconstruction. Mainly designed for cancer patient whose bones have largely suffe...

Information Testosterone Therapy for men

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Information how testosterone therapy works, its side effects, and a lot more information

VO2 Max Test

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In class we discussed VO2 max and talked about its benefits on how fitness concepts can incorporate VO2 max and develop certain training programs. since VO2 max can help an athlete with specific tr...

Reducung Risk of Chronic Diseases

Item added by Chris Lopez

Chronic disease are more common than you think and its the number one cause of death here in the United States. while discussing in class and reading the book the biggest obstacle we have as a coll...

Cody Wright Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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Muscular Dystrophy Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Aerobic Step Test

Item added by Torri Pownall

This website talks about the directions for a step test, the appropriate ranges for heart rate while doing the step test, and more.

Weight Loss Pills Adverse Effects

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This article lightly covers the adverse effects of ephedra (banned in the U.S.) and other weight loss pill alternatives, I think this is relevant because weight is becoming a big issue here in the ...

Relationships Differences between Men and Women

Item added by Benjamin Arger

We always wonder what the opposite gender is thinking during relationships. This article outlines some of the major differences between the two.

5 things for effective communication

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Communicating well can help anything from getting a date to getting a promotion. Might was well read some tips.

Week 05: Prediction of VO2 Max

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This article tests seven common VO2 max tests amongst 15 women and 15 men and compares the results to see if some tests are more accurate than others. This goes hand in hand with the lab that we di...

Week 05: How to Train VO2 max

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This video talks about how an individual can train and increase their VO2 max, This is very helpful information to know after having done the VO2 tests in lab this week.

Neonatal Planatr Reflex

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This article elaborates on the Plantar Reflex in infants, these reflexes emerge before birth and are fully prevalent at birth. This reflex is much like the palmar reflex where it is the stroking of...

Reflex's in Newborns

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This websites lists and describes normal reflex's that should be present in a newborn baby.

Vo2 Max 1.5 Mile Test Video

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this Is a video on how to do a 1.5 mile test run to test maximal oxygen uptake it gives a step by step procedure on how to complete it and collect the data this video can show us how to do the test...

10 Steps to Accurate Manual Blood Pressure Measurements

Item added by Torri Pownall

This gives you steps on how to accurately measure while manually taking someone's blood pressure.

Target Heart Rates

Item added by Torri Pownall

This website gives you a table based on age and how to calculate your target heart rate.

Building your Cardiorespiratory Endurance

Item added by Torri Pownall

This gives some helpful hints on how to improve your cardiorespiratory endurance.

The 10 Most important fitness goals

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VO2 Max

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RMR- Resting Metabolic Rate Testing

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The Resting Metabolic Rate test determines the amount of energy (calories) your body is using at rest. This measurement is made by analyzing the amount of oxygen your body uses and the amount of ca...

benefits from HIIT Training

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This article explains eight benefits in why HIIT is a great way to train and even read if your trying to apply the HIIT principle in your own personalized fitness plans. the article does a great jo...

Wellness- Recover your muscles with foam rolling and stretching

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Here are three techniques that will not only help muscle recovery but also injury prevention and flexibility which will allow better form when doing strengthening exercises. At any age this is i...

Alchohol and Bodybuilding

Item added by Benjamin Arger

In college we are constantly bombarded with alcohol consumption but how does it affect the goals of bodybuilding college students.

Sustainable Table

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article talks about the problems regarding factory farms as well as alternatives to them

Pros and Cons of Factory Farming

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This article lists off the pros and cons of factory farming...spoiler alert the pros usually have to do with $$$.

What is intersex

Item added by Benjamin Arger

This website serves as a great entry point to gain an understanding of who the intersex people are and what they go through.

Beep Test

Item added by Torri Pownall

This website has directions, equipment needed, a table to determine your score, target population, validity, reliability, advantages, disadvantages, and factors to consider.

Beep Test Tips

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VO2 Max Test

Item added by Alex Denzinger

In class we discussed VO2 max and talked about its benefits on how fitness concepts can incorporate VO2 max and develop certain training programs. since VO2 max can help an athlete with specific tr...

measuring blood pressure and heart rate

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This video is important because it shows how to take a persons blood pressure and heart rate. It is important to know how to do this properly because in the field of kinesiology you will be trainin...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

Item added by Kailey Druffel

This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Cole Jacobson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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These are 20 foods to avoid when you're an athlete.

Chronic Diseases

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Someone can have health issues but the worst health issues are chronic diseases because they are slow on setting and last a while to try to treat.

Pathogens Related to Obesity

Item added by Benjamin Arger

Obesity seems simple, we eat too much and don't exercise enough. However there are diseases that can promote obesity in humans

Do GMOs cause obesity?

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GMOs are widely debated today but could they cause obesity.

Do GMOs cause obesity?

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GMOs are widely debated today but could they cause obesity.

Benefits of Strength Training

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The top seven benefits of strength training according to this website!

Building a Strength Training Program

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Sensory Development in Children

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An article about sensory-perceptual development in children.

Flexibility Test: Sit and Reach

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Body Composition: Bod Pod

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Safety First

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This video pertains to the perspective of being safe while having fun playing sports. Children who are victims of concussions can be analyzed by their natural movement in a given environment of the...

Gender Identity Development for Children

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This article gives a general overview of gender identity development in children.

Nutrition: Balanced Diet

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SMART GOALS

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Food Pyramid Song

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Seven Foods that help you shed pounds

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Exercise and Cardiovascular Health

Item added by Cody Wright

This article talks about how exercise can benefit your cardiovascular endurance and how that improved cardiovascular endurance benefits your body.

Dynamic & Static Flexibility

Item added by Alex Denzinger

As discussed in class, flexibility is on of the key components of fitness in an exercise program. We already know that flexibility encompasses all major muscle groups and it gives us the ability to...

How Infectious Diseases are related to chronic disesases.

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Chronic diseases develop from small problems or sicknesses. This article goes over the relationship between infectious diseases and chronic disease.

Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

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This website is a great tool for looking up statistics of chronic diseases, as well as looking up prevention techniques and healthcare tips.

How the Cancer Prevention Studies Saves Lives.

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The American Cancer research society has a whole website dedicated to cancer prevention and how to start from a young age. There is a lot of research done with studies to backup the research of how...

Week 06: What is the best way to measure and monitor intensity during exercise?

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In class we discussed four different ways to measure exercise intensity and this article talks about the different tests, training zones, and how to find your optimal heart rate.

Week 06: HIIT

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In class we talked about High Intensity Interval Training. While it has its advantages and disadvantages, this website talks about the different health benefits that may come from participating in ...

Week 07: How Important is VO2 max

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In lab this week we ran the pacer to measure our VO2 max. This article talks more about VO2 max, what it means, and why it is important.

Week 07: How to Maximize Your VO2 Max

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This article talks more about VO2 max and different ways for an individual to increase their threshold.

Week 08: Dynamic V. Isometric Exercises

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This article talks about Isometric V. Dynamic exercises which is an important aspect to strength training

Week 08: Resistance Training

Item added by Katherine Harker

This article talks very in depth about all aspects of resistance training, focusing on what resistance training is and the different health benefits.

Week 09: Muscular Endurance Testing

Item added by Katherine Harker

This week in lab we did muscular endurance testing in the form of pushups, crunches, and wall sits. This article discusses different types of muscular endurance testing, how to conduct them and why...

Week 09: Strength Training

Item added by Katherine Harker

The other part of this lab was to develop a strength training program for an individual that had a physical limitation. This article talks about the importance of strength training for individuals ...

Week 11: Importance of Flexibility

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In class we talked about the flexibility and posture. This article discusses the importance and purpose of flexibility and flexibility training.

Week 11: Body Composition

Item added by Katherine Harker

This article talks about body composition, the difference between fat mass and lean body mass. It also talks about different ways to measure body composition. Overall, this is an incredibly helpful...

Week 12: Imporatnce of Nutrition in Fitness

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This article discusses different levels of training, which aspect of their health they should focus on and why it's important to their fitness. For example, beginners should focus more on their nut...

Week 12: Why Nutrition is so Important

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This article talks mostly about the importance of nutrition from both fitness and overall health perspectives.

Week 14: Functional Movement

Item added by Katherine Harker

This article talks about what function movement is, how it works, and what it does

Week 14: Injury-Proofing Your Body With Functional Movement

Item added by Katherine Harker

This article goes more in depth on functional movement, how it improves not only health and fitness, but body image as well, and it gives lots of examples of functional fitness movements.

RMR- Resting Metabolic Rate Testing

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The Resting Metabolic Rate test determines the amount of energy (calories) your body is using at rest. This measurement is made by analyzing the amount of oxygen your body uses and the amount of ca...

What is childhood obesity?

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This is a link from the American Heart Association

CDC studies

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week #4 Posture Testing for athletes

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This seems like a great idea to test ones posture first, before training.

Week #2 Eccentric Exercises

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This is a great example of doing eccentric exercises on a basic movement. There are many youtube videos that show different exercises. Eccentric exercises are great to use when you cannot do pushu...

Week #1 Biomechanics

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I love this website. Check it out. It is great for sport nuts and testing athletes. Topendsports.com

Untitled

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Week #5

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Back injuries are a common injury in the work place. You can never be to careful. Here is a helpful tutorial of a few rules when lifting at work, or at home. Always test the object first before rea...

Rebalancing The Ecosystem Of 'The Microbes Within Us'

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http://www.npr.org/2016/08/18/490432969/eating-yogurt-is-not-enough-rebalancing-the-ecosystem-of-the-microbes-within-us

Psychological Health amongst caregivers and their charges

Item added by Nickolas Cruz

As this week is all about discussing psychological health, I found this study which examined not only those with mental health issues but those who are responsible for taking care of these individu...

More Young Adults at Risk for High Blood Pressure

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This article talks about a recent study for 14,000 men and women ages from 24-32 that have a high blood pressure without knowing it. A few ways reccomended to lower blood pressure include loosing 1...

Blood Pressure

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Quizlet that covers the terms used in taking Blood pressure.

Early Childhood Development

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

Describes how children as they grow in their earlier years develop their motor skills.

Ten Things You Can Do for Your Mental Health

Item added by Chloe Simon

In the URL I provided, you can view an article giving ten ways to improve your psychological health! During our second week of Health and Wellness, (Kines 361) we dicussed the four different compon...

Mental Health of College Students

Item added by Chloe Simon

Another topic we recently brushed over in class was the deteriorating mental health of college students in the United States. When searching around online I managed to find an article shedding a li...

Golf swing, and bio mechanics

Item added by Steven Lombardo

This article covers how different golf swings cross different anatomical planes as the swing progresses as well. I spent the summer working at a golf country club and was curious of the intricacies...

7 Dimension of Health

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Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll and Dr. Angela Duckworth Discuss Grit in Town Hall Event

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

Pete Carroll Met with Angela Duckworth after hearing her ted talk. This connection two pieces of what we talked about in class and merges them together to build on each other. Dr. Angela Duckworth ...

Can Changing Our Mindset Improve Our Health and Well-Being?

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

This article shows an individuals very unique experience with changing her mindset to improve her health and the benefits it has brought to her life. It also discuss the dimension of spiritual heal...

Constraints in Motor Development

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This video explains the concept of constraints in Motor Development. It highlights Newell's model, describing individual constraints, environmental constraints, and task constraints each in detail....

Principles of Motion and Stability by Melissa Bittner on Prezi

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This is a great resource for reviewing Newton's Laws! It provides great information and definitions along with visualization! I enjoy this Prezi because it reiterates exactly what we went over in c...

Titanium implant unlocks new levels of operability for prosthetic arm

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The article I’ve listed above relates to Newell's law of constraints, Structural and environmental constraint to be specific. The new surgical technique developed by Johns Hopkins University of App...

Understanding Blood Pressure Readings

Item added by Andre Garay

This article provides a basic understanding on blood pressure. It explains the difference between diastolic (bottom number) and systolic (top number) and provides a range of what is considered a he...

Unnecessary Vaccines

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

Relating to how chemicals affect children at an early age. How some vaccines are harmful or have no use, or helpful. And parents are questioning whether its necessary for their children needs somet...

Teratogens/Prenatal Substance Abuse

Item added by Sandra Alejandre

This past weeks we read in Chapter 4 about teratogens and how they unfortunately can diffuse across the placenta causing an abnormal development. In this article it talks more in depth about the su...

Mom's Diet During Pregnancy Can Affect Child's Lifetime Cancer Risk

Item added by John Kellan Sullivan

This article relates to what we have been learning in class in a few ways. In a nutshell the article describes certain extrinsic factors such as diet and socio-economic status and how the two relat...

Cystic Fibrosis Stories

Item added by Megan Swanger

During class we discussed cystic fibrosis, a disease where mucus build up in lungs blocks off airways and sometimes even affects the digestive system. This video discusses the story have a man livi...

Effects of Exercise on Pregnancy

Item added by Alex Turnure

This article was very interesting to go through. In lectures we have been studying different extrinsic factors during pregnancy that can have positive or negative effects on the fetus during the pr...

Motor, cognitive, and affective areas of the cerebral cortex influence the adrenal medulla

Item added by Crystal Hicks-Parker

The research on monkeys that the adrenal medulla. Though parts of the article where over my head I did want to read the science behind the more easily digestible Business Insider article. I do wond...

What is Metabolic Rate?

Item added by Andre Garay

This article discusses the difference between your basal metabolic rate and your resting metabolic rate. It also includes how to calculate your resting metabolic rate using your height, weight, and...

Freshmen 15

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

This article is about how students get the freshman 15 their first year in college. But not all of them is because of the dining hall, that maybe there's something else that could be the issue. For...

The Real Focus

Item added by Jordan Tingman

This week in class we discussed stress and some ways to relieve it, and one of those ways is through mindfulness. Mindfulness can also be used outside of the corporate world, it can also be applied...

Fetal Ossification

Item added by Megan Swanger

I chose this short and sweet article regarding fetal ossification, a topic discussed in chapter 5. The article demonstrated a better way to comprehend cartilage forming into bone, and talked about ...

FORAMEN OVALE???

Item added by Eddie Garcia

This website connects what we are learning in class to what I learned in KINES 262 (Anatomy). That the Fetal heart is actually different to the heart of an adult or older child. The fetus depends o...

A Life Course Approach to Healthy Aging, Frailty, and Capability

Item added by Ciera Haase

This article is more clarification of what we learned in class this week. It is very broad when it comes to the ages of development on the body which I liked because in class we only went over chil...

12 Ways to Breakproof Your Bones

Item added by Logan Moore

During chapter 5 we talked about bone age. When you get older and your bones become more susceptible to osteoporosis. This article outlines 12 things that will help maintain healthy bones

Student's Guide to Balancing Stress

Item added by Chloe Simon

This is a great article all encompassing stress! From defining stress to ways to ways of managing it, this article touches on almost everything we discussed in class and more! My favorite part abou...

How Stress Effects The Body

Item added by Chloe Simon

The image that I linked is a great source of informatoin for those who are unaware of how much stress can negatively effect your body. In America being successful comes before all other things and ...

What Is Causing the College Student Mental Health Crisis?

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

This article gives very interesting insight into why mental health is becoming more of an issue in college students these days than it ever has before. It explains that this is due to a multifinali...

Stressed in America

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

This article give insight as to how stress in the United States has evolved into a nationwide issue. It explains how parents stress is passed onto their children. It also connected the overweight a...

The New Era of Communication Among Americans

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

This article discusses how the trend in communication has shifted and who it has impacted.

Impact of Communication in Healthcare

Item added by Elizabeth Chubb

This study discovers a strong correlation become communication between clinicians and patients and the effectiveness of patients following the clinicians recommendations. The communication from the...

The Babinki Reflex

Item added by Sabrina Tapp

The Babinski Reflex is one test to test a reflex of the foot on which with stimulation, the toes will extend and spread. This video shows an example of what a positive reaction would be through the...

Body Levers

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Chest Pain

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

This article relates to when learn a little about the heart. But this article explains why people have chest pain and what can be the reason. It talks about the valves and what functions occurs thr...

Five ways to effectively communicate

Item added by Chloe Simon

Five excellent ways in which to improve communicating with those around you

College relationships

Item added by Chloe Simon

An intriguing article about a college student and how she handles relationships in this day and age. It's a very realistic example of what dating now is, and ways to get around it.

Human Aging

Item added by Lindsay Brenneman

This article relates to what we discussed in class this week about the development and aging of body systems. In this article, each system is explained using easy to understand language and provide...

Crash Course: Nervous System

Item added by Tyler Pray

I chose this video because it elaborates on the nervous system in an amusing way. The video gives you diagrams and lets you visually see where everything is located and how it works. I also watched...

VO2 Max

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Upper Extremity Movement Lecture

Item added by Juanita Palaki

This is a short (17 minutes) but concise lecture on the movement of the shoulder girdle. Proper use of positioning and direction are used as well as descriptive analysis.

creeping and crawling developmetal milestones

Item added by Cameron Dwyer

in class we where discussing the development of human locomotion. One of the first locomotion skills that we learn while growing up is creeping and crawling. Of course its the act of moving on your...

Xenotransplantation Explanation

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Medscape Journal: Peer-Reviewed.

CQResearcher Overview

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Pros and cons of xenotransplantation.

Early Motor Skills In Infants

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

This is an elaborate article that describe the early motor skills that occur during the age of infants and toddlers. Talks about when crawling, walking, babbling, etc occurs and how it starts out. ...

Date Rape

Item added by Chloe Simon

A great article telling you everything you need to know regarding date rape, drugs, and consent plus more!

Descrimination against transgender people

Item added by Chloe Simon

Examples of descrimination in the workplace for transgender individuals.

Beep Test

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How much sugar do we really eat?

Item added by Chloe Simon

Tiny article filled with great facts about the real amounts of sugar Americans consume every day and their effects.

How to really drink water ;)

Item added by Chloe Simon

A handy chart showing the effects of how simply drinking an adequate amount of water can do to improve your health! Including acne, weight loss, and ever stronger skin and nails!

Fish Oil Claims

Item added by Jordan Tingman

When talking about nutrition and supplementation this week in class, it was brought up that Fish Oil may not be as special as I thought it was. This article highlights some of the claims that have ...

Paleo - Is it the best thing?

Item added by Jordan Tingman

Being a Crossfit junkie, I constantly am hearing everything about the paleo diet and how great it is, and how its the best way that you can compose your diet. After talking about nutrition this wee...

Drug that Allows Children to Walk

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

This is a summary of a research that explains how a drug helped children weren't able to walk, walk. It's a eye opening article of how there are people doing everything they can to help disabled ch...

Max Beep test

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Supplements and Safety | FRONTLINE | PBS

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Learning Activities with a Ball

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

This article explains how most children and different age group interpret catching and kicking skills involving a ball. It describe what to expect at those age, and that with more activities along ...

Week #2 Eccentric Exercises

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This is a great example of doing eccentric exercises on a basic movement. There are many youtube videos that show different exercises. Eccentric exercises are great to use when you cannot do pushu...

5 Common Reasons for Hip Pain

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Is it a Habit, Compulsion, or Addiction?

Item added by Crystal Hicks-Parker

An article I looked up to catch up on the concepts missed in lecture on Monday. I liked that this looked at the differences from the unhealthy perspective (Addiction Advisor website). This has le...

Sensory Perception skills

Item added by Alexandra Belohlavek

The article or better words a website has 5 videos that show the development of sensory and perceptual skills in children. which relates to chapter 10 and the lecture we reviewed on Thursday. It al...

Sensation and Perception

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

General definition for sensation and perception. It provides learning objective for the two and visuals to explain the difference. It has a whole description of what they mean and how they are used.

Sensation and Perception

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

General definition for sensation and perception. It provides learning objective for the two and visuals to explain the difference. It has a whole description of what they mean and how they are used.

The importance of physical fitness for injury prevention

Item added by Connor Thompson

This article goes in depth on why its important to train your muscles to prevent injury. If muscles are not trained for strength, you are putting yourself at risk for injury. Strength training as w...

The Importance of Biomechanics

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Gender in feminism

Item added by Cheyenne Basher

This expands upon class and includes feminism and how societies laws and rules influences gender and sex

Dynamic & Static Flexibility

Item added by Alex Cox

As discussed in class, flexibility is on of the key components of fitness in an exercise program. We already know that flexibility encompasses all major muscle groups and it gives us the ability to...

Gender Identity in Children

Item added by Beautiful Reed

This article focuses on gender identity and how children develop their own gender identity. There are examples in the article that suggest that parents allow their children to play with toys that a...

4 Common Foot Injuries in Athletes

Item added by Hailey Cates

Epigenetic's explained

Item added by Jordan Tingman

After this week I was a little more curious to understand more of the broad aspect of epigenetics and what it means and what different branches it can go into- this article helped me get a better b...

11 Ways to Indulge Your Spine

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Constraints and Newell's Model

Item added by Garret March

The website covers all constraints and how they interact with each other. Also explains each with a little more detail, as well as covers how they work with each other. Explains Newell's Model.

Theories of Motor development

Item added by Garret March

A video that helps review what we have learned in class about different theories about motor development, such as ecological perspective, dynamical systems, information processing. Great review fo...

Newton's Laws

Item added by Garret March

I had problems knowing the difference between the laws, therefore this is a great review to help know the difference between the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd laws. Also examples of how each law works.

Fetal Development

Item added by Garret March

I was having trouble knowing the difference between the stages of growth. Therefore this website is a great review for the material we have learned in class as well as helping you figure out the di...

Development and Aging of Body Systems

Item added by Garret March

There are a lot of terms and vocab words that were mixing me up, therefore I picked a quizlet that cover development and Aging of Body Systems. Has also all the terms from the power point.

Reflexes

Item added by Garret March

Since there are so many infant reflexes it helped to see it in a different form and having them explained differently. It also helpful with my understanding of the terms a lot.

Reflexes

Item added by Garret March

Since there are so many infant reflexes it helped to see it in a different form and having them explained differently. It also helpful with my understanding of the terms a lot.

Development of Ballistic Skills

Item added by Garret March

This is a great article that explains development of ballistic skills. Great review for the up coming exam.

Development of Manipulative Skills

Item added by Garret March

Very cool website that has videos and vocab, as well as explains how manipulative skills works for infants. Helps a ton to see some of the skills, instead of just reading about them.

Perception and Action in Development

Item added by Garret March

It was helpful to have the material from class explained differently. And also it is a lot faster I think studying slideshows and this is a great one.

Social and Cultural Constraints in Motor Development

Item added by Garret March

A different slideshow that goes into a little different detail then power points from class. Helpful to have the matrail explained a couple of different ways.

Nutrition

Item added by Garret March

Cool website that you can play around on that covers nutrition and everything it has to do with it.

Terms about Nutrition

Item added by Garret March

All the terms that have to do with nutrition and there definitions, from fats to carbs.

Training Based On Muscle Fiber Type: Are You Missing Out?

Item added by Steven Lombardo

This article has clear explanations of the physiology of muscle fiber types, and the common myths about type 1 and 2 fibers. The target audience is body builders who may believe in trying to idenfi...

Wrist Chiropractic

Item added by Steven Lombardo

As someone who suffers from an unknown wrist injury it was very informative to learn how chiropractic measures could be taken. This article explains different symptom types for different locations ...

Effect of load holding height on trunk biomechanics

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Everyone lifts heavy objects, and with age comes greater risk. This research article investigates how load holding height effects the trunk. 11 subjects were studied and required to preform sudden ...

Body Composition 101

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This is an article that talks about body composition and breaks it down to what it really is and the definition. It goes on to talk about all the differnt asspect that make body comp what it is. Fo...

Functional Fitness

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When it comes to functional fitness I've just always as it as more intense workouts. The is a cool article/workout that involves functioal fitness and how the correct way of doing it is.

Skinfold Measures

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This is an article that talks about skinfolds and how they are done, as well as how to calculate your BMI after you have measured the skinfolds. Another reason I posted this was because I've never ...

Human Anatomy 101

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This is an extremely helpful website, it breaks down how basically the whole human body works. You can look at the nervous, skeletal, muscular system, any and every system in the body and learn eve...

Cardiovascular System

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I don't know why but I was having trouble with understanding the cardiovascular system and wrapping my head around it in class. Therefore this is a helpful website that basically just explains ever...

Target Heart Rate

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After what we have learned in class about heart rate and that you want your heart to be at different levels of output so it can get a workout its self. But I've never worried about it when I workou...

PNF Streching

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I'd never heard of PNF stretching so I was really interesting into looking into it more because I'd like to use it myself. Also this article could be a good review on what PNF stretching is and the...

Workout plan

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After listening to everything is class and doing some of the labs that had me really think about my own personal working out, it really motivated me to look into my own plan and I realized I didn't...

Fitness tests

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After doing some of the labs in class that had to do with testing physical fitness, I was really wondering what other tests there are out there that tests physical fitness. And I found about 10 tes...

Importance of exercise in College

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College students will be more consumed in their school work, eating junk food, and creating a lifestyle that doesn't enable them to make exercise a priority. These are 5 reasons that college studen...

Degrees Of Freedom

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When learning about Assaiante's Model of Motor Control, degrees of freedom were briefly mentioned. This article goes more in depth of what those degrees of freedom are in terms of joints and their ...

Trans-Theoretical Model of Behaviour Change - YouTube

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This was a short little video that describes the stages of Transtheoretical Model of Behavior. I feel it is useful when first learning about the concept to get an overview of the topic.

Kaleigh O'Brien Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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Going along with the content we learned in this weeks lessons, I thought this was an interesting article pertaining to the physiological mechanisms associated with exercise. We learned about the di...

Kaleigh O'Brien Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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Going along with the content we learned in this weeks lessons, I thought this was an interesting article pertaining to the physiological mechanisms associated with exercise. We learned about the di...

Kaleigh O'Brien Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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This week we covered behavior and what influence our behavior in regards to health and wellness. I believe the media plays such a large role in the wellness decisions we make in a society that is u...

exercise and Obesity

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discusses advantages to losing weight as it relates to visceral fat in men

Fitness in Spokane

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fitness 24 hours a day is a convenient way for people who have alternate schedules to maintain their weight.

Hydrostatic weighing

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This is a nice video demonstrating one of the ways body fat composition can be calculated. Our current reading describes this particular test as the most accurate of the assessments.

Ten super antioxidant foods

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In chapter 3 of our current readings talks about Vitamins,minerals and the protective benefit of antioxidants. I was surprised to see that grapes were at the top of the list.

Genetics of dopamine receptors and drug addiction: a comprehensive review

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I liked this article for it discussed how genetics and our makeup can influence our dopamine receptors. This may be contributing factor to how so many people in the US find themselves addicted to p...

flexibility for the Aging Adult

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Liked this article because it discussed the other key factors that should also be maintained by the aging adult to aid in activities of daily living

HIIT Training Philosophy

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Even though this is an add to purchase something, I feel that the subject matter and the way it is explained why HIIT training works so well for respiratory and strength training is relevant to hel...

stress Mangement

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This article presented through the Mayo Clinic gives the readers some simple examples and suggestions on the benefits of ones stress triggers. I like that it discusses how even good stress can be d...

Strength Training For Older Adults

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May be a little long for some people to read it completely, but I enjoyed that it discussed the 6 steps of the Transtheoretical Model for adults who may not be familiar with it. This may get an old...

Tai Chi and weight loss

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Relevant to managing stress as well as overall mental health and wellness. Tai chi combined with a simple strength program is a nice way for the elderly to age more gracefully. This form of martial...

Tabata Workouts and why

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this is a short article that explains the benefits of Tabata and how it aids people in increasing VO2. It correlates with HIIT training. Used effectively with of course a sound nutrition plan, it c...

Kaleigh O'Brien Hub - Flexibility Defined

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I found this video very helpful in my learning and understanding of the importance of flexibility in overall health and wellbeing. By understanding the foundation of our bones, muscles and joints a...

HIIT Program

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This article focuses on high intensity interval training and the different components, benefits, and how to develop a program right for you. I thought this pertained well to what we learned in week...

Cardiorespiratory Endurance

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In week two we learned about the various fitness components, this video I found on cardiorespiratory endurance furthered my understanding of the different ways to strengthen and enhance cardiorespi...

Chronic effects of exercise on the heart

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I found this video very helpful in my learning process, it provides a video of the human body focusing on how exercise impacts heart health, lung health, and the overall human anatomy. By showing t...

Chronic stress puts your health at risk

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Your body is hard-wired to react to stress in ways meant to protect you against threats from predators and other aggressors. Such threats are rare today, but that doesn't mean that life is free of ...

Stress! Don't Let It Make You Sick

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The human body reacts to stress by first pumping adrenaline and then cortisol into the bloodstream to focus the mind and body for immediate action — a response that has ensured our survival over th...

Stress: Coping with Everyday Problems

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This is a simple list of suggestions to help reduce one's stress level. This information is relevant to our current literature and focus at the moment. I liked that this article also included conta...

Physical Activity Reduces Stress

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Stress is an inevitable part of life. Seven out of ten adults in the United States say they experience stress or anxiety daily, and most say it interferes at least moderately with their lives, acco...

Nutrition and Stress

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There is no evidence suggesting that our bodies use more nutrients when we are under mental stress. However, stress may cause us to neglect eating well, which may temporarily affect our nutritional...

Stress and Exercise

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I found this article interesting and pertaining to what we learned throughout the course in relation to both exercise and stress. This article focuses on the benefits exercise can bring to the main...

7 Ways Exercise Relieves Stress

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I found this article helpful in my understanding of how exercise and physical activity active different parts of the body and engage them in a way that increases their ability to cope with emotions...

Drug Facts - Addictions

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I found this article interesting and pertaining to what we learned during the last week of this course. This article discusses what drug addictions, focusing on the variables that lead to the overa...

Cancer Prevention

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I thought this was an interesting article and provided me with more insight on ways to go about reducing the risk of cancer. There are many different health guidelines you can follow to achieve bet...

Actual Age vs. Biological Age

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I found what we learned about in week three chapter 15 very interesting regarding the physiological age of a person. I never realized that this was a concept before taking this course and decided t...

Alcohol's Effects on the Body

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Throughout this course we learned a lot about behavior modification and steps to change. I found that one of the most important factors at hand when addressing behavior modification is the individu...

Top 10 Food Additives to Avoid

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After watching this video I feel more knowledgable about the different foods to avoid putting in my body. This video pertains that what we learned in week one and some of the different videos we wa...

What is Fitness?

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Breaks down why and how we should active. What are the benefits of being active and staying fit and gives some types of activities that should be done daily.

All About Heart Rates

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This article describes what is heart rate and blood pressure; how and where to find the rate. The article tells us how other factors can effect our heart rate and blood pressure.

Kinetic Chain Exercises

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This article describes the difference between open and closed kinetic chain exercises. It includes examples of both kinds and what sort of benefits they have.

Health Benefits of Exercise

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In the first week of class we discussed the benefits of physical activity and exercise on a regular basis. This article is important for Fitness Concepts because without people being physically act...

Individual barriers to physical activity influence behavior

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After reviewing the power points for week 2 I thought it was interesting how influences can affect ones physical activity, temptations, people, work all can affect ones physical activity while simu...

Mental Health Affecting Millions

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This article is pertinent to the information we've learned in class because mental health is one of the components in a healthy individual. I found this to be important enough to add to my shelf be...

What Is Health?

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In class we've talked about what health and wellness is, and what it means to be healthy. I think think this article is important because it helps to directly answer that question. I found it to be...

Osteoporosis

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Nutritional tips from a former pro cyclist

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Chris Hoy, a former professional cyclist talks about ways to become healthier and get in shape.

Kangaroo Care

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Kangaroo Care is a form of care in which newborns are their mother's chest. This is relevant to our topic this week because it involves the development of children after childbirth . What surprised...

Mind and Body Connection

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How your emotions can affect your overall health

Anxiety: The New Young Women's Health crisis

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After discussing anxiety disorders in class and how you often tend to see women who feel the need to be perfect. I strongly relate to both things and I personally struggles with anxiety for a long ...

Guy Winch: Why we all need to practice emotional first aid | TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript | TED.com

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This Ted Talk is about "Why we all need to practice Emotional First Aid" . In this video, the speaker talks about how he and his brother are both psychologists, they were always close and then expe...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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During lab this week we learned how to find Resting Heart Rate, Heart Rate after exercise, Resting Blood Pressure, and Blood Pressure after exercise. The article that is attached explains the relat...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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During lab we learned about blood pressure and how to find someone's blood pressure using the appropriate instruments. The article I attached is called Hypertension and Hypotension. Hypertension an...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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During lab we learned about blood pressure and how to find someone's blood pressure using the appropriate instruments. The article I attached is called Hypertension and Hypotension. Hypertension an...

Sarah David Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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pregnancy and teratogens

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This article is about things that cause toxication for fetus.

Teratogens

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Teratogens and how they affect a developing baby.

Preventing Osteoporosis

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This article describes ways to prevent osteoporosis. Prevention begins in childhood by developing strong bones through a nutritious diet and exercise. As people get older it harder to find time to ...

Are your exercises too hard for you?

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A great little article on how to rgress your exercises if they just seem too hard! A few simple steps to lookout for in order to make ecercises a little bit easier.

Development of the skeletal system

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This article talks about how skeletal growth during childhood period.

Three Major Stress Hormones

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This article is pertinent to the information learned in class, because we focused on stress and talked about neurotransmitters a little bit. I am fascinated by physiology and so seeing the how stre...

Effects of Stress on the Brain

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Since we talked about stress in class, and mentioned the physiological aspects very briefly, I was curious to find out about the different affects that stress had on the brain. I feel like it's an ...

Slow Twitch vs. Fast Twitch Fibers

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This article lists the differences between fast and slow twitch fibers and how they are used during exercise. There are physical activities listed that can help develop both types of fibers dependi...

Endocrine System

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Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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For 12 years I played soccer almost year-round, and for 12 years I would warm-up and cool-down before and after each practice and game. The article attached discusses the importance of warming up a...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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The FITT principle stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type. An important part of these four is to be conscientious of your own health level and to not over exert yourself in all four catego...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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The FITT principle stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type. An important part of these four is to be conscientious of your own health level and to not over exert yourself in all four catego...

How To Balance College and Your Relationship

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I recently just started dating this wonderful guy and its the first relationship I have had since being in college. I'm extremely busy with demands of the program I am in and sometimes find it hard...

Week 05: Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?

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This is more of an empowering video to inspire people to disconnect from their cell phones than a factual video. It goes hand in hand with the previous video about mindfulness. The fact that humans...

Attention Span and Social Media

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We talked about how this generation's attention span is shortened due to having so much information thrown at us. A big part of this could be due to social media

Stress and Relationships

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We talked about stress and how it can affect relationships, we also talked about how relationships can be a stressor

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In lab this week we tested evaluated our VO2 sub-max through the step test and cooper test. Both tests evaluated our cardiovascular endurance for a set period of time. The article attached explains...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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During lab we completed the Cooper test, a 12 minute run to around a track (or gym) to see how far you run. The Cooper test is something that is very familiar with me because I played soccer for 12...

Regions of the Brain

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Each section of the brain plays a different role in controlling parts of the body and its systems. Doctors can diagnose patients when they know which area of the brain is affected. People use one s...

WEEK 5: VO2 Max Test

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In class we discussed VO2 max and talked about its benefits on how fitness concepts can incorporate VO2 max and develop certain training programs. since VO2 max can help an athlete with specific tr...

Sexuality and Gender

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Since we talked a lot about sexuality and gender this week, and since it's easy to get it all confused, I feel like this could be a useful tool in learning about and understanding some of the diffe...

Sexuality and Gender Link

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An interesting read about the link between sexuality and gender. Also talks about different ideologies and social norms surrounding the topic

Sexuality and Gender Link

Item added by andrew spens

An interesting read about the link between sexuality and gender. Also talks about different ideologies and social norms surrounding the topic

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we watched a video of Scott Anderson, an elite athlete, breaking the V02 Max record. When you see "elite athlete" you think it is no surprise that he broke the record. But at his age, 41 y...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we discussed building an endurance program that fits your fitness level. Also, the do's and dont's for building a program. Attached is an article from bodybuilding.com that describes the D...

Improving Cardiovascular Endurance

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Cardiovascular endurance is the ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to deliver oxygen to your body tissues. The more efficiently your body delivers oxygen to its tissues, the lower your b...

The Effect of Exercise on Blood Pressure and Pulse

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Gives some details of blood pressure while resting and when you are active. Also shows a video, that explains the information related to this.

Designing an Exercise Program

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Explain how to make an exercise program. This article gives details of what exercises to do and for how long. It also gives different benefits of exercising.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness

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"Cardiorespiratory fitness is a measure of how well your body is able to transport oxygen to your muscles during prolonged exercise, and also of how well your muscles are able to absorb and use the...

VO2 Max

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VO2 max is the maximum amount of oxygen in millilitres, one can use in one minute per kilogram of body weight. This article talks about factors that can affect the VO2, and charts showing differen...

Step Test

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Explains the procedure and how to conduct this experiment/workout and to take your heart rate afterwards. Has a chart explains what the numbers mean.

10 Benefits of Endurance Training

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This article describes ten beneficial reasons how endurance training can help improve a persons life and keep them healthy

Brian MacKenzie’s 12-Week CrossFit Endurance Advanced Training Program

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This article is an example of what an endurance program looks like and what people who are part of it, have to do it and based off this, these workouts are intense.

Beep Test

Item added by Inderjit Minhas

Shows how to do the beep test and what the outcomes of doing this test can tell about a person. Shows a result test and can tell you how you are doing based of your results.

How Exercise makes your muscles stronger

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This article explains briefly about the process of when the muscles are engaged and activate while working out. "Overall, two processes appear to be involved: hypertrophy, or the enlargement of cel...

Muscular Strength and Muscular Endurance of Cristiano Ronaldo

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This video shows what makes Ronaldo one of the best player in the world. The video shows his endurances as well as other skills that comes natural to him.

10 playful exercises for kids

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This article talks about what are the best ways to get kids to move.

Importance of FMS testing

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An article going into detail about why we do FMS testing and all the benefits that come from it!

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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During my time in Junior High School I can't think of another exercise that we did more often than the Pacer Test. In lab this week we performed the Pacer Test to help find our cardiovascular endur...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we discussed Cardiovascular Endurance and how to build a program for your own fitness level. According to AlertDriver.com, "An aerobic training program is supposed to decrease stress level...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In the Chapter 4 power point it mentions "training to failure", this is something that people believe is necessary to see progress. The article that I found to relate to this topic is called "How T...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we discussed building a strength training program and how to implement the FITT Principle into the program. One aspect of strength training that I think could fit into the FITT Principle i...

Fast Food and Teens

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Nutrition was talked about this week, and Monday we talked a lot about nutrition and school and I feel like this article touches on a lot of points that we mentioned in class.

Watermelon Facts

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It pertains to nutrition, and I love watermelon, so I found this to be a pretty interesting read.

Addcition to Social Media

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This article is talks about how people don't realize how much time they spend on social media, and in turn don't realize how addicted they are to it.

Addiction to Gambling

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This article talks about how the brain psychologically and physiologically get and react to gambling addicition

Aging changes in the senses

Item added by Asriyyah Anazi

These videos show the senses (hearing,vision, smell,taste,touch). when people become older the structure inside start to change and their function decline.

Babies sensory processing

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This article explains how babies could develop a sensory processing disorder. It explains it is worth considering whether a sensory processing disorder (SPD), also called sensory integration dysfun...

Anxiety in US compared to other countries (Chapter 2)

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This article related to our discussion in class regarding the prevalence of Anxiety in the United States. It also compares the number of psychiatrists per a population. The United States has a low ...

Healthy Heart

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I chose this picture because it represents the diet and lifestyle you need to maintain a healthy heart. Studying Kinesology makes me even more of aware of what all can go wrong and the heart is the...

Week 10: Atherosclerosis

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This week we talked about CVD, Atherosclerosis, and how this can potentially lead to heart attacks. This website does a really good job of explaining what Atherosclerosis is, what causes it, warnin...

Cancer Immunotherapy

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This article is about using the host's immune system to fight cancer as an alternative to chemotherapy or other drug interventions.

What is Diabetes

Item added by andrew spens

The article explains what diabetes is, how one gets it, and a bunch of information behind it.

Eat More, Weigh Less with the Volumetrics Diet

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This article is relevant to our discussion on fad diets. The volumetrics diet is based on eating foods that have low calorie counts but make you feel full. Some of the foods recommended for this di...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we learned about flexibility and the importance of warming our muscles up before a workout. This article describes the proper stretching techniques to use before a workout. They stress tha...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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I was interested in the topic of Hydrostatic weighing that was mentioned in class so I found an article that details the procedure further. This article discusses what hydrostatic weighing is and h...

Week 12: Differences between static and dynamic stretching

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This article explains the major differences between static and dynamic stretching. With static stretching being when you hold a stretch for an extended period of time and dynamic being an active st...

Flexibility through Sit-and-Reach

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In lab this week we completed the Sit-and-Reach test before and after doing a handful of static and dynamic stretches. This exercise can help find the flexibility of your legs and hamstrings. The a...

Testing Upper Body Flexibility

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In lab, we learned that the Sit-and Reach was a test that tested our flexibility in our lower body, mostly our hamstrings. The article attached describes other functional flexibility tests that can...

Helping kids with ACES

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Learning to recognize the behavior of kids who have experienced ACES is an important skill to develop as ACES awareness continues to increase. Teaching ACES survivors to be resilient and overcome t...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we discussed nutrition and more specifically taking supplements. The attached article explains the reasons one should avoid taking dietary supplements. They explain that dietary supplement...

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In class we learned about Nutrition and ways to stay healthy in our diet and exercise. Carbohydrates are the energy we use when exercising. The article attached discusses the importance of carbohyd...

Social Media and Death

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I felt like this was a relevant article, one because we talked about death this week in class, and two, because social media was a recurring theme in class this year. This article discusses how soc...

Obesity In Children And Teens

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This article describes what obesity is and some methods on how it is treated. It also talks about different types of complications associated with obesity.

Nate Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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In Lab Assignments 8&9 we learned about creating fitness goals and discovering how nutritious our diet is. The article attached by the Huffington Post, dubs the question what do the world's healthi...

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In Lab Assignments 8&9 we assessed our own fitness goals and how to reach those goals. The article attached gives 5 steps to building a fitness program that suits you. When starting to plan a fitne...

Fasted Cardio

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Reference: Stoppani, J. "Is fasted cardio the best for burning fat?" Body Building. 25 Jan 2017. Accessed 30 April 2017 from https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/is-fasted-cardio-the-best-for-bur...

Dietary supplements: Do they help or hurt?

Item added by Jaimie Wyckoff

Delve into the hype of over-the-counter supplements and what might be too much or not actually all that helpful for your well-being.

Putting the Balance Back in Diet

Item added by Jaimie Wyckoff

Nutritional Geometry and the balanced diet and your life. This article looks at how the nutrients of a good balanced diet interact with things like lifespan, aging, and reproduction.

WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO OBESITY?

Item added by Jaimie Wyckoff

This article looks at the many causes and potential solutions to the widespread obesity issues in America.

Shoulder anatomy video

Item added by Domingo Alcala

This video on shoulder anatomy allowed me to refresh on the shoulder muscles, bones, and structures.

Pelvic position

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This is a blog article written on the psoas muscle, a hip flexor muscle. In this weeks topic of pelvic tilts, this article gives a variety of examples of how how one muscle (psoas) can influence ot...

Is Fat Killing You, or Is Sugar? - The New Yorker

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