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Humans are uniquely built for running in high and low temperatures.
From wildfires to car traffic, all runners should be aware of the air quality before working up a sweat.
A new study out of the University of Montana finds that carbohydrates from just about anywhere do a good job of muscle glycogen recovery, as long as the numbers add up.