Researcher looks at relationship between chronic pain and physical activity

By Rich Schneider, IU Communications Specialist: Need another reason to get off that couch and be physically active? You may be more likely to develop chronic pain if you don’t. An Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis researcher is studying the relationship between physical activity/fitness and the prevention or reduction of chronic pain among adults as they […]

Corvette fever on Indy streets this weekend

For the first time ever, the Bloomington Gold Corvettes USA Show takes over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend.
The Corvette holds a special place in American automobile history.

A compulsion for neat art wins award

I got that “why didn’t I think of that?” feeling when I first browsed Austin Radcliffe’s Webby Award-winning website. Radcliffe, a 2012 Herron School of Art and Design graduate, creates and curates images of everyday stuff for the website “Things Organized Neatly.”

Westeros urgently needs an epidemiologist

Guest post courtesy of Sandy Herman, IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health: Fans of the HBO TV series “Game of Thrones” (and the books on which the series is based) know you can’t take a stroll through Westeros without tripping over a knight, a sellsword or a black-cloaked Ranger of the Night’s Watch. […]