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Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Patrick Ryan, M.S., and discusses interventions for disuse atrophy. Take it away, Patrick!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Inchon Park, M.S., and discusses bimanual motor skills. Take it away, Inchon!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Dylan Holly, M.Ed., and discusses muscle atrophy. Take it away, Dylan!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Song Yi Shin, M.S., and discusses the relationship between vascular health, exercise …

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Jing Chen, Ph.D., and discusses the relationship between exercise and memory. Take it…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Jessica Cardin, M.S., and discusses muscle atrophy. Take it away, Jessica!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Yiyu Wang, M.S., and discusses physical activity and cognitive function. Take it away, Yiyu!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Christine Latham, M.S., and discusses how we can use horses as a model for human agin…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Jihye Lee, M.Ed., and discusses achievement goal theory. Take it away, Jihye!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Chelsea Goodenough, HBSc, and discusses the link between exercise, microRNA's and bre…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Rahma Mkuu, MPH, CPH, and discusses alcohol consumption in Kenya. Take it away, Rahma!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Tyler Grubic, M.S., and discusses the importance of nutrient timing and exercise. Tak…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Danielle Sanders, Huffines Administrative Assistant, and discusses the effect food ha…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Carlos Guevara, Huffines Producer, and discusses the game application of football dri…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Alexis Appelquist, Huffines Producer, and discusses why humans are capable of enduran…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Alexis Appelquist, Huffines Producer, and discusses the science behind a low carb die…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Xuewei Chen, M.S., and discusses language barriers in health care. Take it away, Xuewei!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Taewon Kim, M.S., and discusses the acquisition of motor skills. Take it away, Taewon!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Caitlin Ballard, M.S., and discusses how pre-service educators can learn from health …

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Arden Anderson, M.S., and discusses the effects of team cohesion in college athletes.…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Chelsea Goodenough, B.S., and discusses the relationship between microRNAs and cancer…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Corinne Metzger, M.S., and discusses the aging process in Athletes. Take it away, Corinne!

What don't you want to miss? The sixth annual Huffines Discussion (Friday, November 11th, from 1:00-4:00 pm, in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at Texas A&M University).  

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Jiling Liu, M.Ed., and discusses the decrease in enthusiasm for physical activity as …

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Priya Patel, M.S., and discusses Developmental Coordination Disorder. Take it away, Priya!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Vincent Chen, B.S., and discusses the health benefits of the fat in eggs. Take it awa…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Erin Simmons, and discusses the variability in protein intake recommendations. Take it away, Erin!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Texas A&M get the chance to showcase their work! This week's piece is written by Corrine Metzger, B.S., and discusses the damaging effects that inflammatory bowel disease can have on other parts of the body. Take it away, Corrine!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where some of the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Jacqueline Perticone, BS, and discusses the various ways our body produ…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where some of the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Dr. Brandon Macias, Ph.D., and discusses compartment syndrome and its d…

This week's Huffines Institute Blog article is written by Deanna Kennedy, M.S., and discusses an interesting phenomenon in coordination, and why understanding it could be useful in the future: how smart is your right foot? 

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Yang Lee, M.S., and discusses how exercise affects the elderly heart. Take it a…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Seung Kim, MS, and talks about exceptions to the generally preached idea that e…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week’s article is written by Majid Koozehchian, M.S., and discusses the role that chains can play in an strength trai…

This week and in the future, we’re letting some of the best and brightest students in Sports Medicine write for the Huffines Institute Blog. This week we’ve got a piece about what really happens during exercise written by Mr. Josh Avila, M.S. Take it away Josh!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research. This week we’ve got a piece about a specific type of exercise that is a less painful alternative to losing weight…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research. This week we’ve got a piece written by Ms. Evelyn Yuen, M.S. Take it away Evelyn!

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Deparment of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Divya Talwar, BDS, MPH, and discusses new developments in healthcare, and how Angelina Jo…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Vincent C.W. Chen, B.S., and discusses the dietary supplement BCAA's, and the benefits t…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Jami Lobpries, Ph.D, and discusses the conflicts in gender roles in the marketing of fem…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research. This week's article is written by Kevin Shimkus, B.S., and discusses the importance of anti-oxidants in exercise. Take it …

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development's Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Chang Woock Lee, B.A., and discusses the nu…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development's Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Corinne Metzger, M.S., and discusses how to…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M Department of Health and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Deanna Kennedy, M.S., and discusses how to perform complex bimanual coordinatio…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest in the Texas A&M Department of Kinesiology in the College of Education and Human Development get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Brad Lambert, Ph.D, CSCCA-SCCC, and discusses the…

Welcome to the Huffines Institute Blog, where the best and brightest students in the Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development's Department of Heath and Kinesiology get the chance to showcase their research! This week's article is written by Kaleigh Camp, M.S., and discusses E…

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