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Active Voice: Does Drink Temperature Matter?

from By Dallon Lamarche, B.SC., and Glen P. Kenny, Ph.D.

Dallon Lamarche, B.SC. Glen P. Kenny, Ph.D.
Viewpoints presented in SMB commentaries reflect opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect positions or policies of ACSM.

Dallon Lamarche is a recent bachelor of science graduate with specialization in human kinetics at the University of Ottawa, Canada. He completed the study highlighted in this commentary at the Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit as part of his senior year research project requirements under the supervision of Dr. Glen P. Kenny.

Glen P. Kenny is a professor of exercise physiology at the University of Ottawa, holds a university research chair in environmental physiology and is a member of ACSM. His research has been directed at characterizing the physiological control mechanisms governing human temperature regulation during heat stress. An area of special focus in his work is the investigation of the physiological effects of heat stress in subpopulations with conditions rendering them particularly vulnerable to heat injury, such as aging, obesity and diabetes.

This commentary presents Mr. Lamarche’s and Dr. Kenny’s views on the topic related to a study which they and colleagues recently completed. Their research report appears in the June 2015 issue of
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise® (MSSE). more


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