Monday, October 21, 2019
What is Physiology?
Hot Topics in Physiology
History of Physiology
America’s First Physiologist, William Beaumont, M.D.
Denis Jourdanet: Discoverer of Altitude Sickness
History of the American Physiological Society
Milestones in Physiology
APS Presidents Page
Historical Equipment Library
APS Living History of Physiology Series
Timeline of Physiology - General
Quizzes and Polls
I Spy Physiology Blog Archive
New Research Releases
Prosthetic Arms, Frozen Frogs and Alligator Hearts
Physiology of the Season
Severe Asthma, Video Games, 'One Physiology'
Research on Heart Hormones and Cancer
The Mystery of Serotonin and Hypertension
Nanoparticles and Disease
World War II Aviation Physiology
Physiology of Marine Animals
Hydrogen Sulfide - What a Gas
Athletic Performance and Caffeine
The Brain and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Is Quercetin a Flu Fighter?
Can Turkey Make You Sleepy?
Circadian Rhythm & Jet Lag; Exercise and Appetite
Where Love Begins: In the Brain
The Genetics of Exercise
Celiac Research Update
Blood Pressure and the Brain
Laughter: Good Medicine?
Pregnancy and Exercise
Invention and Impact of Ultrasound
When the Sense of Smell Fails
'Tis the Season That's Hard on Your Heart
Special Edition: Hillary's Contribution to Physiology
In this special episode of Life Lines, we talk to John West, a professor of medicine at the University of California, who shares his memories of the late Sir Edmund Hillary. West accompanied Hillary to Mount Everest in 1960, helping to uncover how the body acclimatizes to the extremes of altitude.