Dr. Dan Kuebler helps a student with a lab project. Photo: Franciscan University of Steubenville
Medical schools use open-ended questions to weed out pro-life candidates, writes Dr. Daniel Kuebler, professor of biology here at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Dr. Kuebler is a key professor in our pre-med program which, over the past ten years, has had an average of three graduates accepted i... More
Posted by Debbie Rocker
on Tue, Feb 27, 2007, 5:43 pm PST
Wouldn’t you just love it if your body decided to burn fat and calories on its own?
It can:1. Exercise in short, intense bursts (interval training) for effective fat burning after exercise.2. Increase the amount of resistance/strength/weight training you do, to build more lean muscle. Muscle is ‘metabolically active’ and burns more ... More
By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor Fri Jan 26, 10:13 AM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Eating less and exercising more are equally good at helping take off the pounds, U.S. researchers said on Friday in a study that challenges many of the popular tenets of the multibillion dollar diet and fitness industry.Tests on overweight people show that a calorie is just a calorie, whether lost by... More
Posted by David Zinczenko on Wed, Jan 24, 2007, 10:04 am PST
If you’ve spent any time in the gym the last few weeks, you’ve probably witnessed more crunching than you’d see at a pretzel taste-test.
And that’s a good thing. Working abdominal muscles will help strengthen your core and flatten your stomach (provided you burn the fat that’s covering it). In fact, your a... More