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AMA Declares Gun Violence a 'Public Health Crisis'
CNBC—On the heels of America's deadliest mass shooting in Florida over the weekend, the American Medical Association has voted to declare gun violence a "public health crisis." With more than 200,000 members, constituting the largest physicians' association in the U.S., the AMA said that the appalling number of gun-related deaths in the U.S.
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ScienceDaily—New research indicates that just 15 minutes of daily exercise might be a perfectly reasonable target for older adults to aim for. In fact, data recently presented at a European Society of Cardiology meeting in France found that 15 minutes of exercise per day is associated with a 22 percent lower risk of death, compared to older adults who were inactive.
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