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Premature Birth Could Impact Physical Fitness Later In Life

Preterm young adults have weaker muscular fitness than their counterparts born at full-term, according to a recent study carried out by Finnish researchers. These young adults also perceive themselves as less fit than their counterparts. The study, which assessed muscular, cardiorespiratory, and self-rated fitness in preterm born young adults, further suggests that young adults born prematurely perceive themselves as less ...

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Google is planning an Ingress convention for later this year

Google’s experiment with augmented reality games may become a convention before the end of the year, its creator said at South by Southwest today. Ingress, a conspiracy sci-fi game that pits factions against one another for virtual control of real-world landmarks, continues to grow as it enters its third year. The game has been downloaded more than 10 million times, and regular ...

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One year later, the Comcast merger apocalypse still isn’t here

One year ago today, Comcast announced a deal: it planned to merge with rival Time Warner Cable in a transaction worth north of $ 45 billion. The two cable giants could become one; federal regulators could approve the merger with a few swift stroke of their pens. “We believe that this transaction is approvable,” Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said simply, as executives prophesied ...

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Good News, Thanksgiving Travelers: Booking Later Will Be Fine

Filed under: Travel, Airfare, Vacation Planning, Saving Getty Images Conventional wisdom and a lot of statistics have shown that booking your travel well in advance is usually the best way to get a good deal. But for travel this Thanksgiving, an analysis by one travel site suggests that procrastinating won’t cost you — unless you wait to the very last-minute. ...

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Bondy: A year later, good vibes are running rampant

EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images Geoffrey Mutai turns a corner as he wins the NYC Marathon. Nothing terrible happened. The wind never grew into a superstorm, the water stayed where it belonged in the rivers and bays. Nobody took a wrong turn. No drawbridge was left unclosed. Nobody of note tripped on the many potholes along the Queensboro Bridge and, thank ...

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