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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Ellen Glickman and Adam Jajtner, exercise science/physiology faculty members in the Kent State University College of Education, Health and Human Services, will lead a study on the use of probiotics to possibly reduce heat stroke and heat exhaustion while exercising. 

Kent State receives $248,000 grant to study heat exhaustion in exercise

Dylan Thacker December 2, 2017

Kent State’s Exercise Science/Physiology program received $248,000 grant from i-Health Inc. and DSM Nutrition to find out if probiotics can help combat heat-caused complications in exercise.“We’re...

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