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Too Much Sitting Increases Mortality Risk Despite Exercise

Prolonged sitting was associated with higher mortality from all causes, as well as increased incidence of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes, even among people who exercise regularly, according to a meta-analysis published in the ... General Medicine eJournal, 5 days ago

We are all sitting too much, and technology isn't helping

A pair of new articles published in the BMJ this week highlight the debilitating effects of sedentary lifestyles and suggest a new public policy focus on getting the most inactive people moving. The average American is now sitting or otherwise ...
 The Verge4 days ago

RE: Using Cuba To Defend Nkrumahism Is Laughable 1 Francis Kwarteng

We should like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Philip Kobina Baidoo, Jr. for responding to our rejoinder. That aside, we should quickly add that though he made some efforts to respond to our piece, he failed abysmally to address most of the ...
 Modern Ghana2 days ago

Recommendations for physical activity in older adults

Phillip B Sparling , professor 1 , Bethany J Howard , doctoral candidate 2 , David W Dunstan , professor 2 3 , Neville Owen , professor 2 4 1 School of Applied Physiology, 555 14th Street NW, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332, USA 2 ...
 British Medical Journal4 days ago
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Gym Time Won't Cancel Out Too Much Sitting

Dr Papillon and Hoedic/flickr See Also 109-Year-Old Woman Has A Radical Theory On Why She's Lived So Long There Could Be A Hidden Downside To Intense Exercise Why You Should Run A Mile Instead Of A Marathon People who are ...
 Business Insider5 days ago

Dr. Kofi Dompere On Kwame Nkrumahs Scientific Thinking 8

On a more serious note, it is Prof. Dompere's consultancy work with and for international and American institutions that arrests our utmost attention and underscores our critical valuation of his work. Among other things, he had served the World ...
 Modern Ghana1 week ago Dr. Kofi Dompere On Nkrumah's Scientific Thinking 8  GhanaWeb1 week ago

Miniskirts don't rape, depraved men do!

In November last year, hundreds of women in Kenya held a series of demonstrations in protest after a group of men tore off a woman's clothing for wearing a miniskirt. The demonstrations received wide coverage around the region and the globe with ...
 Bulawayo24 News1 week ago

VS Naipaul and Africa

Acclaimed writer and Nobel Laureate VS Naipaul has spent much time traveling in and writing about Africa. But his views of the continent are ignorant and bigoted, like those of most foreign visitors before him. It is disappointing that such a ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago
CoStar Group

CoStar's People of Note (Jan. 4 - 10)

The following companies announced personnel moves this week: Liberty SBF, Jay Nuss Realty, NGKF, JLL, CBRE, Walker & Dunlop, South Bay CRE, Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, and Engler Financial. It's time to update those contact ...
 CoStar Group2 weeks ago

The gathering storm and avoidable shipwreck: How to avoid catastrophic euroclydon

Text of speech by at the State of the Nation broadcast on Sunday January 4, 2015, at The Latter Rain Assembly, End-Time Church, 4, Akilo Road, off Oba Akran Avenue, Ogba, Ikeja, Iagos. Central Text: Acts 27:1-25 (NKJV) Acts 27:1-25 (NKJV): 1 ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago
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