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THREE WORLD CLASS RUNNERS  

Extraordinary Unremitting Endurance Exercise and Permanent Injury to Normal Heart . Rowe W.J. Lancet 340:712-714, 1992.

Our ancestors had it right . Rowe WJ. American Journal of Cardiology, 86:256, July 15, 2000.

Evolution and intelligent design . Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:156, 2006.


A World Record Marathon Runner with Silent Ischemia Without Coronary Atherosclerosis . Rowe, WJ. Chest 99:1306-1308, 1991.

Endurance Exercise and Injury to the Heart. Rowe WJ. Guest Editorial, Sports Medicine 16 (2):73-79, 1993.

Transient Right but Not Left Ventricular Dysfunction After Strenuous Exercise at High Altitude. Davila-Roman VG, Guest TM, Tuteur PG, Rowe WJ, et al. J. Am. Col. Cardiol. 30:468-473, 1997.

Interplanetary Travel and Permanent Injury to Normal Heart. Rowe WJ. ACTA Astronautica 40:719-722, 1997.

The Apollo-15 Space Syndrome. Rowe WJ. (Letter) Circulation 97:119-120, 1998.

Marathoners and Mars? Rowe WJ. (Letter) Spaceflight 40:23, 1998. (Spaceflight is the international magazine of space and astronautics published by the British Interplanetary Society.)

To Mars Before 30. Rowe WJ. (Letter) Spaceflight 40:287, 1998.

Gender Differences in Astronaut Selection. Rowe WJ. (Letter) Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine, 70:939, 1999.

Potential Myocardial injuries to Normal Heart with Prolonged Space Missions The Hypothetical Key Role of Magnesium. Rowe WJ. Magnesium Bulletin, 22:15-19, 2000.

Astronaut's heart problem. Rowe WJ. (Letter ) Spaceflight 43:83, 2001.

Potential cardiovascular complications related to magnesium deficiencies on space flights. Abstract, Magnesium Research 14: 111-112, 2001. Rowe WJ.

Optimal Time In The Menstrual Cycle for Spacewalks . Rowe WJ.(Letter) Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine. 72: 770-771, 2001.

Space Flight- Related Endothelial Dysfunction with Potential Congestive Heart Failure. Abstract. Journal of Heart Failure. 7:13; 2002. Rowe WJ.

Space Flight-related Endothelial Dysfunction with Potential Congestive Heart Failure. Proceedings of the 8th.World Congress on Heart Failure Mechanisms and Management ,Washington DC, July 13-16, 2002. Advances in Heart Failure, 91-94, CD ROM, C713C0155, 2002, Monduzzi Editore International Proceedings Division. Rowe WJ.

The Reservoir. Rowe WJ. (editorial) Spaceflight 45:88, 2003.

High Noon On The Moon. Rowe WJ (letter) Spaceflight 45:171, 2003.

The Case for a Subcutaneous Magnesium Product and Delivery Device for Space Missions, Rowe WJ. J Am Coll Nutr 23: 525S-528S, 2004.

A Better Way to Exercise in Space. Rowe WJ. (letter) Spaceflight 45:480, 2003.

Keeping Tabs on the Heart-beat of Space. Rowe WJ. (letter) Spaceflight 46:126 ,2004.

Cardiovascular Complications For Long Space Missions.
Rowe WJ. ( letter) Spaceflight 46:406,2004.

The Case for an All-female crew to Mars. Rowe W.J.,Journal of Men's Health and Gender1:341-344, 2004.

Cardiovascular problem on Moon almost fatal Rowe WJ, (letter) Spaceflight 47:113, 2005.

Nuts are also a rich source of Magnesium for life's sake.Rowe W.J. Am.J. Cardiol. 96:1034-1035, 2005.

A Therapeutic Strategy Using Subcutaneous Magnesium To Reduce Space Flight Ischemic Injuries  Rowe WJ (Abstract 314), Journal of Heart Disease. 4: 2005; 79.

Obesity or space flight - the heart can't see the difference Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 47:274, 2005.

Space Tourism and pharmaceuticals Rowe W.J. (letter)Spaceflight 47:390, 2005.

Calcium-magnesium-ratio intake and cardiovascular risk Rowe W.J. Am J Cardiol.
98:140, 2006.

Understanding our gene limitations Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:72, 2006.

Flight surgeons' Apollo 15 puzzle. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:195, 2006.

Reducing the risks of space walks. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:235, 2006.

Gene therapy prior to colonization. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:276, 2006.

Partial Solution to Bone Loss Dilemma. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:352, 2006.

Avoiding Heart Failure in Space. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 48:394. 2006.

Space Pharmaceutical Dilemma and Magnesium. (abstract) Rowe W.J. J Jap Soc for Mag Res 25: O-18, 2006.

Moon Dust May Simulate Vascular Hazards of Urban Pollution. Rowe W.J. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 60: 133-136, 2007.

Moon Dust and Severe Hypertension. Rowe W.J. (letter ) Spaceflight 49:276, 2007.

Plan B and Return to the Moon. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 49:358, 2007.

Astronaut Screening. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 49:477, 2007.

Hypothetical Consequences Of A Magnesium Deficit On Blood Pressure After An Apollo Mission. (Abstract) Rowe W.J. Magnesium Research 21, June, 2008.

Don't Forsake Moon for Mars. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 51:153, 2009.

Women Fare Better in Space. Rowe W.J. (letter ) Spaceflight 51:235, 2009.

NASA Astronaut Medical Records . Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 51:354, 2009.

Potential renovascular hypertension, space missions, and the role of magnesium. Rowe W.J. International J. of Nephrology and Renovascular Disease. 2: 51-57, 2009.

Extraordinary Hypertension after a Lunar Mission. Rowe W.J.
American J. Medicine 122:e1, 2009.

Stress Test Data From Moon Walkers. Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 52:29, 2010.

Space Tourism and Hypertension. Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 52: 113, 2010.

Gene Therapy . Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 52: 114, 2010.

Obesity and Spaceflight. Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 52:73, 2010.

As With Space Flight a Magnesium Deficit May Be Responsible for Both Peripheral Vascular Dysfunction and Kidney Disease . Rowe W.J. Am J Cardiol. 105:1203-04, 2010.

Microgravity and the Plasma Volume. Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight
52:235, 2010.

Long space missions, gene therapy, and the vital role of magnesium: a three-pronged plan for the next 50 years.   Rowe W.J. International J. of Nephrology and Renovascular Disease,  3: 123-127, 2010.

Magnesium May Tie to Athlete Death . Rowe W. J. The Daily Progress. Charlottesville, Virginia. Nov. 26, 2010.

 A plan for the next 50 years. Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 52:471, 2010.

 Accelerated Aging in Orbit. Rowe W. J. (letter) Spaceflight 53:73, 2011.

International Space Station is valuable research platform.  Rowe W.J. (letter) Spaceflight 53:482, 2011.

ILLUSTRATION OF TELOMERES

Correcting magnesium deficiencies may prolong life Rowe W.J. (Invited editorial) Clinical Interventions in Aging 2012:7 51–54.

Each Marathoner is Different Rowe, W.J. (letter) Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, Jan. 25, 2012.

Moon Walkers and Urban Pollution, Rowe WJ. American J. Medicine 126: e1-e2, July, 2013

Concerned about elephants' plight, Rowe, W.J. (letter to editor), Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, Oct. 1, 2013

Based On F.O.I.A. Data, Neil Armstrong Showed Possible Impairment Of Cardiac Function In Just 5 Days In Space.

Possible space flight-induced catecholamine cardiomyopathy: Neil Armstrong's last 20 lunar minutes, Rowe WJ. Dove Press, Jan, 17, 2014

Ebola Necessitates Travel Ban Rowe, W.J. Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, Oct. 23, 2014

Opinion/Letter: Setback for space tourism Rowe, W.J. Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, Nov. 6, 2014

Preventing an EVA Fatality, Rowe WJ (editorial), Spaceflight 57:256, 2015

Armstrong's Moon Cardiac Scare, Rowe W.J., Spaceflight 58: 56-57, 2016

A Critique of NASA: A Heart to Heart, Rowe W.J., Spaceflight 58: 172-173, 2016

Neil Armstrong Syndrome, Rowe W.J., Internat J Cardiol 209 : 221-222, 2016

Space Flight and Lunar Dust Hypertension, Rowe W.J., Hypertens Manag, 2:011e Volume 2, 2016

New York Times Letter to Editor Re "Man vs. Marathon: A Search for Rarefied Air", Rowe W.J., May 15, 2016

Reducing Risk of Neil Armstrong Syndrome, Rowe W.J., International J.Advanced Research , 4: 1752-1754, 2016
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Older Runner Must Be Careful Rowe, W.J. Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, Oct. 1, 2016


Coronary artery disease and lunar catecholamine cardiomyopathy, Rowe WJ, International J. Cardiology, 231: 42-46, 2017