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PEZ Sweats On National Radio

PezCycling News’ sport science and training editor, Dr. Stephen Cheung, has been busy hitting the airwaves over the holiday season. Stephen answered the burning question “Why is sweat salty?” on national radio…

“Quirks and Quarks”, the national radio science show in Canada, has an annual “Questions Show” featuring thought-provoking questions from listeners on a wide range of scientific disciplines and answers from leading experts.

This year, Stephen was interviewed with the question “Why is Sweat Salty?” Stephen’s research into different methods on safely rewarming hypothermic victims will also be featured on Canadian television in the coming months.

Click that link to find out for yourself! (Be sure to scroll down the page.)

(Note: Phase 2 of our infiltration and subsequent total domination of global communications now complete.- ed.)

About Stephen:
Stephen Cheung is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, with a research specialty in the effects of thermal stress on human physiology and performance. His company, Podium Performance, also provides elite sport science and training support to provincial and national-level athletes in a number of sports. He can be reached for comments or coaching inquiries at [email protected].

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