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
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 today:
1. TRUMP TAKES AIM AT CLIMATE CHANGE
The U.S. president will sign an executive order that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures that were part of Obama's plan to curb global warming.
2. TRUMP HAS TRADEMARKS IN JORDAN
To keep them active — including a controversial one for a casino with gambling illegal in the kingdom — he would need to reapply for them during his four-year term, raising potential ethical concerns, AP learns.
3. RED BULL HEIR AVOIDING PROSECUTORS
Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya went back to enjoying a jet-set life within weeks after he was accused of killing a Thai police officer in a hit-and-run nearly five years ago, AP finds.
4. VIOLENT CLASHES RATTLE PARIS
Three police officers have been injured and 35 protesters arrested as an Asian community expresses outrage at the police killing of a Chinese man in his home.
5. INSPECTORS VISITED OAKLAND BUILDING BEFORE DEADLY BLAZE
Officials found it lacked fire extinguishers, smoke detectors in each apartment and a working fire sprinkler system, among other violations... MORE
Shreveport HIV/AIDS Call to Action:
Half of black, quarter of Latino gay men projected to be diagnosed within their lifetime. Heterosexuals not immune.
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