Those who reported getting the ideal amount of moderate to vigorous physical activity were about 24 percent less likely to develop hypertension.
BY ANDREW M. SEAMAN, REUTERS
MARCH 1, 2017
One of the noted scientists whose accomplishments are being celebrated during Black History Month, African-American physician Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller was among the pioneering researchers who worked with Dr. Alois Alzheimer on the disease later named after Dr. Alzheimer... MORE
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. HOUSE GOP RELEASE BILL TO REPEAL OBAMACARE
The Republican plan is expected to cover fewer than the 20 million people insured now under the Affordable Care Act.
2. TRUMP ISSUES REVISED TRAVEL BAN
The new order leaves Iraq off the banned list, but still affects would-be visitors and immigrants from Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Libya, and bars refugees for four months.
3. WHERE TRUMP COULD GET ANSWERS TO UNFOUNDED WIRETAP CLAIM
"The intelligence community works for the president," says former Justice Dept. official Todd Hinnen, "so all he'd have to do is ask."
4. N KOREA MISSILE TEST ADDS PRESSURE ON WHITE HOUSE
The Trump administration is moving forward with plans to deploy a missile defense system in South Korea, says Press secretary Sean Spicer.
5. HOW BEN CARSON REFERS TO SLAVES
"There were other immigrants who came here on the bottom of slave ships," the new housing secretary says, drawing sharp criticism for the comparison... MORE
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Shreveport HIV/AIDS Call to Action:
Half of black, quarter of Latino gay men projected to be diagnosed within their lifetime. Heterosexuals not immune.
The Beatings Paradigm: A carryover from our slavery past? Is there a correlation between planta-tion coding, and black parenting and discipline?
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