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Huffington Post
Dec. 12, 2016

If you see a pack of adults crawling around like infants, a stronger core could be the reason why.

CBS News
Oct. 24, 2016

Consumers in sporting goods stores today are faced with seemingly countless choices of footwear. But are any of those innovations really helping you run longer or jump higher? And are those expensive sneakers any better?

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 26, 2016

Paid the security deposit and the first month’s rent. Took care of things down at the DMV. Found a few candidates for your soon-to-be-favorite coffeehouse and bar.

Las Vegas Sun
Jun. 29, 2016

Inside a cramped room that used to house random pads, weights and any other equipment lying around in the way, the Rebels are fueling up. The menu calls for eggs, and plenty of them.

Herald Tribune
Jun. 21, 2016

The first study of a new kind of thickly cushioned running shoe suggests that this type of footwear may not make running any easier. But it probably also will not make it harder.

Running Magazine
Jun. 13, 2016

In line with the recent trend towards extreme-cushioned running shoes, researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) examined how, and if, more-cushioned shoes affect a person’s running economy.

Competitor
Jun. 9, 2016

Researchers at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas took a closer look at the max-cushioned running shoe craze. Specifically, they wondered what larger, more cushioned running shoes can do to a runner’s economy.

Huffington Post
May. 10, 2016

A hunched back, forward-slouching shoulders and a forward-protruding head are signs that you’re either perfecting your Mr. Burns impression or you need to work on your core strength.

Super Interessante
Apr. 29, 2016

The bad news is that losing weight is even more difficult than previously thought. The good thing is, on the other hand, you can eat more. Understand why.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Mar. 15, 2016

It was a routine medical procedure that first brought us together, and for me, it was love at first bite. Lemon-flavored Luigi’s Real Italian Ice was on my mostly desultory list of foods approved for colonoscopy prep. It was only 100 calories and tasted divine — sweet, with a sort-of grainy texture.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Feb. 16, 2016

When you're choosing a cereal for your kids, dietitians say, you should always be mindful of one word: sugar.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Feb. 10, 2016

You won't find an inch to pinch on Jessica Knurick. At 6-foot-1, the UNLV assistant professor and researcher weighs in at a lean-and-mean 150 pounds. Her total cholesterol hovers around 110, which is crazy low — in a good way.