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You Are Not What You Eat

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In a contest among phrases that are both commonly spoken but overtly flawed, “you are what you eat” is a sure winner. In our combined 6 decades of experience in academic nutrition, incessantly we’...

Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF) and electrosensibility (ES) - are they connected?

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Köteles F, Szemerszky R, Gubányi M et al. Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF) and electrosensibility (ES) - are they connected? <i>Int J Hyg Environ ...

Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF) and electrosensibility (ES) - are they connected?

Item added by Brad S. Lichtenstein, ND, BCB

Köteles F, Szemerszky R, Gubányi M et al. Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF) and electrosensibility (ES) - are they connected? <i>Int J Hyg Environ ...

▶ The Secret History of Hacking

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This video shows how hacking came to be and the logic and what hacking really is. Hacking is not only negative actions but it is divided into 3 categories black hat- illegal (bad) grey hat- both le...

Anna and Elsa from ‘Frozen’ Join Hour of Code

Item added by TheHubEDU has partnered with Disney Interactive to create a new coding tutorial featuring Anna and Elsa from Frozen. is a nonprofit company offering free tutorials in computer programmin...


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Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. You don't need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, con...

Blocking Anti-GMO scientists from US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

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This article discusses how scientists that are ANTI GMO are unable to assist with the US Environmental Protection Agency via a new law. This law has not been passed yet but if it was to be passed t...

6. Week 3: Schizophrenia common among college students

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Since Schizophrenia was discussed in class this week, this article is a good one to read because it talks about schizophrenia among college students. The disorder is magnified by stress and can be ...

Contamination of drinking-water by arsenic in Bangladesh: a public health emergency

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In light of yesterday’s water leak here in Pullman my attention was drawn to just how much we take simple things, like free accessible drinking water for granted in modern society. The concept of “...

Dynamic Stretching

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A study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research explains the logic behind the switch from static to dynamic stretching. This article shows how dynamic stretching is much bett...

Top 10 Reasons Why The BMI is Bogus

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In class, we discussed how BMI should not be used to classify people in to weight classes. This article states that the man who discovered body mass index said that it shouldn't be used to asses pe...

Reasons Why the BMI Test is Bogus

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This article goes over the many flaws with using the BMI test as our standard for measuring body composition. Many of these are ones that we went over in class such as the logic behind it and the f...

Logic Breaks Down Everybody, Talks Biracial Identity, Racism, White Privilege

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This video is a common rapper that i like who raps about some real issues in his music. This specifically is him breaking down his most impactful album that say a-lot of hate because it brings up s...

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What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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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...

Blood Pressure

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For our first lab, blood pressure and heart rate was the main focus. Calculating and finding someones blood pressure was very interesting, and definitely a skill needed in kinesiology. It is an imp...

Importance of setting goals

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This video provided in class gives a good idea of the importance that comes with setting goals.

You are not depressed!

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This Prince Ea video is about mood depression, and not clinical depression, but it takes a dive into what depression is and exposes what it truly is. Things can make you depressed, but they will al...

How timing of puberty affects adolescents and young teens

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This article produced by the Healthwise Staff of the University of Michigan Medicine compares early maturers, of both sexes, to late maturers, also of both sexes. They list the advantages and disad...

How nutrition influences bone development in children

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This article discusses the recent discovery in the importance of nutrition and how it can influence the bones in early development. Recently in class we've been learning about kids and there motor...

How to Help Kids Develop Locomotor Skills

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Locomotion is a skill set that is essential to functioning life. We begin to learn these skills as babies. It has become more of a concern for many parents if their children do not develop, or mast...

Early development and motor skills

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Like we discussed in class on Monday, self esteem appears to have some sort of relationship on motor development. This article that I found starts by saying that children have unrealistically posit...

Weighing the Causes of Early Puberty - Louise Greenspan TEDMED

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This TEDMED talk is titled “Weighing the causes of early puberty.” Louise Greenspan speaks about different causes of early menarche in girls. Since we are talking about maturation this week in chap...

Comments Matching "Logic"

And is the series "Ancient Aliens"? Really like that show. Not as far fetched as you might imagine if you just apply some basic logic and statistics to the universe.

Comment on DNA coding theories
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

I liked the comment that Coach Tufo made about a stronger body being less susceptible to injury. This seems to follow basic logic but for some reason I hadn't thought about strength training as a m...

Comment on Weight Training Impact on Swimming
posted by Quinn Kearns

This article gives the history and logic behind the paleo diet along with information on how to begin this diet.

Comment on The Beginner's Guild to the Paleo Diet
posted by Marc Phillips

As a coach, I am always looking for proven ways to enhance body image and health in my athletes and I thought this article was extremely helpful in explaining the methods that actually work (and th...

Well it depends on if we want probability to dictate our lives. We can do that already by understanding risk/rewards of our behaviors and choices and always acting logically. Except...part of be...

This video showed that teenagers get more excited to extrinsic rewards than adults do and that they are more emotional. This is because your prefontal cortex is still developing, which houses your ...

Comment on Insight into the Teenage Brain
posted by Alan Quinonez