Sure, Indiana Jones touched the literal Holy Grail. But real-life scientist William “Bill” Parkinson, ’92 LAS, counts himself fortunate to hold what he calls the “holy grail of archaeology jobs”: curator at The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Read the full article for UIC Alumni.
New research says yes—but some experts warn it’s just a short-term fix. Read the full article for Men’s Health.
You know you can’t live without your heart’s daily thud-thud. But did you know that it will beat more than 2.5 billion times in your lifetime? Here, 27 more fascinating facts about the engine that powers your entire body. Read the full article for Men’s Health.
If your prerun warmup typically consists of jogging—or worse, nothing—here’s reason to step it up. Read the full article–and watch the video–for Runner’s World.
You don’t need extreme chest pain to signal a heart attack is looming. In fact, many guys don’t experience classic symptoms, like gripping or pressing pain in the chest that radiates down the arm, shortness of breath, or sweating. Read the full article for Men’s Health.
The flagship location of Fleet Feet Sports opened its doors again six months after a fire damaged the building and destroyed the running store’s inventory. The store, the first and largest of the chain’s six Chicagoland locations, has been part of the Old Town neighborhood since 1996. Read the full article for Runner’s World.