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Exercise may reduce risk of 13 different cancers: Study

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NEW YORK — Anyone who still needs motivation to move more may find it in a new study showing that, in addition to its other health benefits, exercise appears to substantially reduce the risk of developing 13 different varieties of cancer. 823 more words

Current Affairs

Cordyceps 'likely led to post-op bleeding'

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

A 58-year-old woman who took the Chinese herbal medication cordyceps the week before an operation to remove a benign brain tumour, but failed to inform her doctors, died from extensive bleeding in her brain last year. 486 more words

Current Affairs

Oil is a 'slippery situation'

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

As I prepare to head up to Edmonton, I wanted to share some thoughts from around BlackRock about where we think oil prices are headed. 632 more words

Money Matters

CEOs with Lots of Stock Options Are More Likely to Break Laws

(Source: hbr.org)

Executive compensation packages have long been known to influence CEO behavior. Many have studied, for example, how different forms of compensation affect business outcomes from increased… 1,004 more words

Startups

Apple TV may get a major challenge from new, smaller Xbox devices

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Xbox’s answer to streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku may be on its way.

This answer, according to report, may actually come packaged in two separate devices: 272 more words

Technology

Generalists Get Better Job Offers Than Specialists

(Source: hbr.org)

Tom Redfern

The Research: Jennifer Merluzzi, an assistant professor at Tulane, teamed up with Damon Phillips, a professor at Columbia Business School, to study the records of nearly 400 students who graduated from top U.S. 1,099 more words

Startups

Change Your Career Without Having to Start All Over Again

(Source: hbr.org)

Many experienced professionals would like to make a career transition. But the thought of giving up their hard-earned seniority and starting again at the bottom is simply too demoralizing, so they stay — sometimes unhappily — in place.  723 more words

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