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 Wednesday:
1. WHY TRUMP TARGETS VISA PROGRAM
Turning back to the populism that helped drive his election campaign, the president signs an order he says should help American workers whose jobs are threatened by skilled immigrants.
2. PENCE ASSURES JAPAN OF U.S. SUPPORT
"We are with you 100 percent," he tells Japanese PM Shinzo Abe in Tokyo in the aftermath of North Korea's latest failed missile launch.
3. FACEBOOK KILLER TAKES HIS OWN LIFE AS POLICE CLOSE IN
It marks a violent end to the multistate manhunt for Steve Stephens, whose case renews criticism of the social network over how responsibly it polices objectionable material posted by users.
4. SHOOTER TARGETS RANDOM WHITE MEN ON FRESNO STREETS
A man kills three people, shouting "Allahu akbar" during his arrest, although authorities say the shooting isn't connected to terrorism.
5. U.K. LEADER SEEKS SNAP JUNE 8 ELECTION
PM Theresa May hopes to strengthen her hand in European Union exit talks and tighten her grip on a fractious Conservative Party... 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.
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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