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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Groks Science Show

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Holistic Birding

Observing birds in nature is a rapidly growing past time for many birding enthusiasts, which is especially rewarding when combined with a holistic approach. On this program, Ted Floyd discussed holistic birding.

My favorite bird is the phoenix... ;)

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Genetic Toxicology

Toxicology tests have typically relied on outmoded and non-specific measures. On this program, Dr. Bruce Gillis discussed advances in genetic toxicology. In addition, Prof. Jerry Crabtree discussed transgenic technology.

Where's my frankenfood?

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Fructose Consumption

Fructose in the diet is the cause of many health problems. On this program, Prof. Richard Johnson discussed the effects of high fructose consumption.

But, I love my sugar high... ;)

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Aging Memory

The normal decline of our cognitive abilities is one of the hallmarks of the aging process. But, what is the dividing line between normal and abnormal memory loss? On this program, Martha Weinman Lear discussed normal memory loss.

Why did I write this... ;)

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Sport Science

While sports may thrill fans and spectators, professional athletes continue to make use of the latest developments in science and technology to improve their performance. On this program, Davin Coburn discussed the science of sports.

Can they explain why Tiger is so good? ;)

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Exercising Brain

While exercise is widely known to be beneficial for physical health, it can also greatly improve mental abilities as well. On this program, Dr. John Ratey discussed the effects of exercise on the brain.

What about the blueberries? ;)

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