A Sporting Life: Should serious student athletes focus on one sport—or go out for more?

A Sporting Life: Should serious student athletes focus on one sport—or go out for more?

Playing multiple sports versus specializing in a single sport is currently a hot topic among high school athletics. The trend, experts say, is driven by the coveted college scholarship. Interestingly, though, college coaches say they prefer recruiting student-athletes who play more than one sport. Read more about the pros and cons of specialization vs. diversification.

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The Ideal Round: Tips for Getting Into the Swing That Golfer's Can Use

The Ideal Round: Tips for Getting Into the Swing That Golfer's Can Use

Here are a series of suggestions to consider prior to setting foot on the course, tips to use during the round, and a powerful debrief that will lead to your next ideal day on the links. Read on to see Kathy Feinstein's expert advice.

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Mind Over Milkshakes: Mindsets, Not Just Nutrients, Determine Ghrelin Response

Mind Over Milkshakes: Mindsets, Not Just Nutrients, Determine Ghrelin Response

Physiological satiation as measured by the gut peptide ghrelin may vary depending on your mindset as you consume food. Does believing what you're eating is “indulgent” or “sensible” make a difference? Read the research here.

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