Med Schools screening out Pro-Life candidates?

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

Your Body Can Burn Fat on Its Own

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


Diet, Exercise Take Off Equal Pounds, Study Finds

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


Flatten Your Belly and Get Great Abs

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




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