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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Modeling the Benefits of Cooperative Drafting: Is There an Optimal Strategy to Facilitate a Sub-2-Hour Marathon Performance?
2. This is what happens to your brain during runnerís high
3. Mirror, Mirror, on the wall, whoís the fittest of them all?
4. Why the Heck Is a Marathon Exactly 26.2?
5. Itís Time to Stop Romanticizing the Olympics
6. New Research Shows a Plant-Based Diet Can Improve Recovery Time
Itís good for your cardiovascular health, too - especially if you usually run long distances.
7. Severe hyponatremia and altitude sickness put this ultrarunner in a coma
8. Mind May Trump DNA in Exercise and Eating Habits
If you tell people they have a genetic predisposition to a low capacity for exercise or a tendency to overeat, their bodies start to respond accordingly.
9. Winter Training: LSD or HIIT?
10. How Do You Judge Success?
11. Runnerís shin pain: What, why and how to treat
12. How Exercise May Help Keep Our Memory Sharp
Irisin, a hormone that is released during exercise, may improve brain health and lessen the damage that occurs during Alzheimerís disease.
13. What to Do When Training Goes Wrong
14. Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?
15. A Chance to Enter the NYC Marathon
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