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IU Health and Wellness: Study confirms exercise-induced orgasm; plus travel tips for teens


IU Health and Wellness for March includes research findings detailing exercise-induced orgasm in women. Also, parents of teen travelers can learn some tips to make the trips safer for the teens and possibly less stressful for the parents. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness: Holiday issue

Holiday Tree

IU Health & Wellness for December has a holiday theme, with tips about indoor air quality, the importance of family meals, eating healthy on the go, online shopping safety, holiday travel and creative gifts for children. Full Story >>

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Indiana University experts in tourism, burns and recreation discuss sports tourism, firework safety and productive leisure time for kids during the summer. Full Story >>

IU research at the American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting

Physical Activity

More than 30 researchers from Indiana University participated in the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine in Baltimore, June 2-5. Studies in this tip sheet discuss hip exercises that reduce or eliminate common knee pain in female runners, dwellings' interiors and inhabitants' physical activity levels, breathing exercises that might make more oxygen available for other muscles during endurance sports, doctors prescribing physical activity, and the effect -- or lack of effect -- compression clothes have on performance. Full Story >>

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Food Labels

Indiana University experts in epidemiology, sports medicine and travel discuss in February's IU Health & Wellness the peanut recall, aging and exercise and travel planning when money is tight. Full Story >>

IU research at the American College of Sports Medicine annual conference

Balance Training

This media tipsheet provides a sample of some of the studies Indiana University researchers are taking to the American College of Sports Medicine's annual conference in Indianapolis May 28-31. Topics include IDing risks for life-threatening falls, college freshmen and heart disease, mood and physical activity, health challenges posed by sedentary jobs and weight loss benefits from contacts with health care professionals. Full Story >>