- SB NationJul 27 12:06 PM
Jason Day is sleep-deprived, fighting a bug and had never played Baltusrol until Wednesday. Not the ideal recipe for concocting a major title defense. Jason Day will enter the defense of his PGA Championship with a lack of sleep, hardly any practice on a course he has never played and — as appears to be the norm for the oft-injured and ill Aussie — fighting some sort of bug. Add the pressure of...
Photos: Top golfers practice before opening roun... - The Record
Where's the Beef? Everywhere at and around PGA C... - The Washington Times
- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsJul 11 05:38 PM
For some, Day 1 of SEC Media Days is an important mile-marker of sorts in the college football calendar. Of course, it’s rare anything substantial or revelatory comes from media days. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey opened the day by addressing some of the lingering issues hanging over the league’s head.
- Boston HeraldJul 26 01:08 PM
JERUSALEM — Israel's national museum is set to display a 2,200-year-old Egyptian mummy of a man who was afflicted with some modern-day illnesses such as osteoporosis and tooth decay, the museum said on Tuesday. The illnesses, discovered using a CT scan, indicate that during his lifetime, the man was largely sedentary, avoided manual labor in the sun and probably ate a carbohydrate-heavy diet.
With two-state solution 'slipping away,' UN deno... - New Kerala
Cyber Warfare Is Real — Should We Blame the U.S.... - The Forward
How Israel Shoots Itself in the Foot With Left-B... - The Forward
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 08:31 AM
If you spend all day sitting, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk — just make sure you can spare at least an hour. Scientists analyzing data from more than 1 million people found ...
- Chicago TribuneJul 27 09:46 PM
Here is a roundup of some of the most noteworthy claims made on the third night of the Democratic National Convention: "She's still got the heart she showed as our first lady, working with Congress to help push through a Children's Health Insurance Program that to this day protects millions of...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 26 06:27 AM
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's national museum is set to display a 2,200-year-old Egyptian mummy of a man who was afflicted with some modern-day illnesses such as osteoporosis and tooth decay, the museum said on Tuesday.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 11:01 AM
Some 30,000 passengers were affected Thursday on the second day of a weeklong strike by Air France flight crew with the cancellation of one in five flights, a company spokesman said. The new CEO of the Air France-KLM group, Jean-Marc Janaillac, said in an interview with the daily Le Figaro that the strike was "regrettable and aggressive", coming at the height of the holiday travel period. Air ...
Air France cabin crew strike enters third day - Air Transport World
- CBC via Yahoo Canada NewsJul 27 03:30 PM
Office workers and others who sit for eight hours a day can avoid the health risks associated with that inactivity by doing an hour of physical activity a day, a new study suggests. The research team behind the study wanted to know if it was possible for people who sit allday at an office job to compensate for the harmful effects of that lack of activity by getting some exercise. "This suggests...
- The Rock Hill HeraldJul 27 07:21 PM
If you spend all day sitting on your rear end, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk — just make sure you can spare at least an hour. … Click to Continue »
Study: Taking An Hour-Long Walk Can Reverse Dama... - CBS New York
To undo damage of sitting all day, take an hour-... - CTV Toronto
- Seattle TimesJul 25 11:15 AM
Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz is stepping back from some of the more day-to-day operations of the coffee chain to focus on overall long-term global strategy and innovation.
Starbucks baristas get raises in October: 5% or ... - Q13 FOX Seattle
Starbucks employees get raises of 5% or more - FOX 5 San Diego
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