Archive | March, 2012

Liver disease kills

Given my slightly worrying feedback from the Fenland Study, my neurotic brain latched on to the headlines today in which male 40-somethings seem to be dropping like flies, jaundiced and with failed livers. The BBC reports: “Deaths from liver disease in England have reached record levels, rising by 25% in less than a decade, according […]

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BioJobBlog Domain Name Held Hostage By GoDaddy.com

Some of you may be wondering what happened to my blog posts on blog notions.  I apologize for not providing new content but due to an internal error committed by service representatives at GoDaddy.com the domain name biojobblog.com that I owned for 7 years was purchased by a new registrant (who I believe contacted me […]

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Three minutes of exercise really isn’t enough

As promised, here are the thoughts of Soren Brage, an Investigator Scientist in Physical Activity at the MRC Epidemiology Unit in Cambridge on the recent BBC Horizon program featuring Michael Mosely taking part in a so-called “experiment” to see how well high intensity training (HIT) might be for his health. “One could point out some […]

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