Saving for a Rainy Day in… YOUR FITNESS BANK

Saving for a Rainy Day in… YOUR FITNESS BANK

by Brian B. Parr, Ph.D., ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist Saving money for emergencies is a wise habit and can be crucial to being prepared in case of a change in your financial situation due to a lost job or unexpected expense. While putting savings aside for a rainy day may seem like common sense, all too often people are caught without enough to tide them over if or when the Read more »
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July 10, 2017
Just Chill

Just Chill

With temperatures soaring well into the triple digits this summer, athletes are among the most vulnerable for heat-related illnesses according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. During strenuous physical activities, the body emanates a lot of heat. An athlete’s core body temperature can elevate from your optimum 98.6° F to more than 104° F! Perspiration is the body’s way to normalize the body temperature, through the process of radiation. Read more »
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July 10, 2017
Belhaven University to Open Madison Campus

Belhaven University to Open Madison Campus

MADISON, Miss. – Starting this fall Belhaven University will open a new campus in Madison. According to Belhaven President Dr. Roger Parrott, the Madison site will offer a number of on-site degrees that will include undergraduate and graduate studies. “I am thrilled we are opening a campus in Madison because so many working professionals need access to graduate degrees in a convenient location,” said Dr. Parrott. “We’ve been providing accelerated format Read more »
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July 10, 2017
Brain Scan May Predict Autism in Babies at Higher Risk

Brain Scan May Predict Autism in Babies at Higher Risk

Brain scans may someday help physicians diagnose autism sooner among children who are at higher risk of the disorder because they have an older sibling who is autistic. According to an article published in the journal Science Translational Medicine, researchers in the study (which included members from the University of NC and Washington University in St. Louis) have found various differences in the brains of 6-month-old infants who were later Read more »
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July 10, 2017
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