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Less 'rip and tear', more 'post and snark'...
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Heavy rain leaves trail under cristaline water and creates a rare and beautiful scenery
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TIL that comedian Ryan Stiles from Whose Line is it Anyway? has been a frequent fund raiser for children with burn injuries, raising over $500,000 for the Burned Children Recovery Center since 2009, helping the foundation to recover from the economy crash of 2008.
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All grown up??
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Modern Warfare 2
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The worst feel.
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Shocking Artistry...
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House Democrats Join Everyone Else in Letting Equifax Off Easy for Catastrophic Hack
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Playful passenger pups
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Today is the eighty-first birthday of Harald V, king of Norway. Here's a joke he made on national television a few years ago. The lady is his wife, the queen of Norway
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BREAKING: Linda Belcher (D) flips red Kentucky State House seat that gave Trump 72%
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Planned this outfit days in advance
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Woof_irl
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North Korean speed skater tries to trip Japanese opponent
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Cop received 1 day suspension after he dragged woman down stairs by her hair while punching her face and calling her a f*cking b*tch. Now entire neighborhoods have come forward to describe how that cop and his squad terrorize the community.
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Paramount Drops 'Transformers 6' from its Slate
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Perfect
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Turtle stampede
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My dad, 1993, rocking a shiner he got during an amateur basketball game the day before I was born.
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Fixing the table corner
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Took this with my phone through my windshield while stopped at a light.
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This guy deserves a standing ovation.
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"I'll just ignore them..."
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RIP Peter Wang. All of these folks showed up to honor an American hero.
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Helping zoomies
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LPT: A hose on the tailpipe can direct soothing carbon monoxide back into the car cabin to help your kids get a nice long nap!
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Cole Sprouse Twitter
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MRW another white person walks into the Theatre to watch Black Panther.
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Teen arrested for making threats against school, AR-15 found in home
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When objects fight back
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By chance, I paused at the right time. This is when lighting strikes as Katara confronts her mother’s killer. What a powerful moment.
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At the end of Captain America: Civil War, the only marks on Cap's shield are from Black Panther's claws, since both are made of vibranium.
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When I see people complain there are 'too many reposts'...
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Wholesome reminder to relax a little!
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Magic
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This was removed from r/technology just after it hit the front page. Can we get it back there? Ajit Pai killed net neutrality. Let's pass the CRA and give him the worst day of his political career.
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Luck of the Fryrish
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Just a delicate little shift
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My son waiting patiently for his checkup
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My local supermarket stocks the Raspberry Pi magazines in the cooking section
1339 relet When you think about it, this is not too surprising, since the study compares those who get little exercise to those who *don't even* get that little exercise. You'd expect life expectancy to be somewhat asymptotic to exercise - those who run marathon won't be much healthier than those who run half marathon, but those who get up from their chair five times a day will be significantly healthier than those who don't.
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240 mvea Journal reference: The effect of physical activity on mortality and cardiovascular disease in 130 000 people from 17 high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: the PURE study Dr Scott A Lear, PhD'Correspondence information about the author Dr Scott A LearEmail the author Dr Scott A Lear, Weihong Hu, MSc, Sumathy Rangarajan, MSc, Danijela Gasevic, PhD, Darryl Leong, PhD, Romaina Iqbal, PhD, Amparo Casanova, PhD, Sumathi Swaminathan, PhD, R M Anjana, PhD, Rajesh Kumar, MD, Annika Rosengren, MD, Li Wei, PhD, Wang Yang, MSc, Wang Chuangshi, MM, Liu Huaxing, Sanjeev Nair, MD, Rafael Diaz, MD, Hany Swidon, MD, Rajeev Gupta, MD, Noushin Mohammadifard, PhD, Patricio Lopez-Jaramillo, MD, Aytekin Oguz, MD, Katarzyna Zatonska, PhD, Pamela Seron, PhD, Alvaro Avezum, MD, Paul Poirier, MD, Koon Teo, MB, Salim Yusuf, DPhil The Lancet, Published: 21 September 2017 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)31634-3 Link: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(17)31634-3/fulltext Abstract: > Background > Physical activity has a protective effect against cardiovascular disease (CVD) in high-income countries, where physical activity is mainly recreational, but it is not known if this is also observed in lower-income countries, where physical activity is mainly non-recreational. We examined whether different amounts and types of physical activity are associated with lower mortality and CVD in countries at different economic levels. > Methods > In this prospective cohort study, we recruited participants from 17 countries (Canada, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Poland, Turkey, Malaysia, South Africa, China, Colombia, Iran, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe). Within each country, urban and rural areas in and around selected cities and towns were identified to reflect the geographical diversity. Within these communities, we invited individuals aged between 35 and 70 years who intended to live at their current address for at least another 4 years. Total physical activity was assessed using the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPQA). Participants with pre-existing CVD were excluded from the analyses. Mortality and CVD were recorded during a mean of 6·9 years of follow-up. Primary clinical outcomes during follow-up were mortality plus major CVD (CVD mortality, incident myocardial infarction, stroke, or heart failure), either as a composite or separately. The effects of physical activity on mortality and CVD were adjusted for sociodemographic factors and other risk factors taking into account household, community, and country clustering. > Findings > Between Jan 1, 2003, and Dec 31, 2010, 168 916 participants were enrolled, of whom 141 945 completed the IPAQ. Analyses were limited to the 130 843 participants without pre-existing CVD. Compared with low physical activity (<600 metabolic equivalents [MET] × minutes per week or <150 minutes per week of moderate intensity physical activity), moderate (600–3000 MET × minutes or 150–750 minutes per week) and high physical activity (>3000 MET × minutes or >750 minutes per week) were associated with graded reduction in mortality (hazard ratio 0·80, 95% CI 0·74–0·87 and 0·65, 0·60–0·71; p<0·0001 for trend), and major CVD (0·86, 0·78–0·93; p<0·001 for trend). Higher physical activity was associated with lower risk of CVD and mortality in high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries. The adjusted population attributable fraction for not meeting the physical activity guidelines was 8·0% for mortality and 4·6% for major CVD, and for not meeting high physical activity was 13·0% for mortality and 9·5% for major CVD. Both recreational and non-recreational physical activity were associated with benefits. > Interpretation > Higher recreational and non-recreational physical activity was associated with a lower risk of mortality and CVD events in individuals from low-income, middle-income, and high-income countries. Increasing physical activity is a simple, widely applicable, low cost global strategy that could reduce deaths and CVD in middle age.
779 CryptoZappa Could this be why women live longer?
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174 aballerr I've been trying to say this to people forever. You don't need to go to the gym or run 10 miles, you just need to do SOMETHING for 30 minutes. So many people hate exercising because they don't pick an activity they enjoy. 30 minutes of decent exercise is all you need, no excuses.