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Nailing the Sweet Spots for Exercise Volume Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Nailing the Sweet Spots for Exercise Volume Analysis by  Dr. Joseph Mercola       November 26, 2023 Previous   Next   Why Flight Attendants Are More Prone to Cancer Than the General Population Two Common Mistakes Athletes Make STORY AT-A-GLANCE If you’re sedentary and begin to exercise, you get a dose-dependent decrease in mortality, diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, coronary disease, osteoporosis, sarcopenia, falls and more People who are doing the highest volume of vigorous exercise start losing longevity benefits. If you’re doing full distance triathlons when you're in your 40s and 50s, your risk of atrial fibrillation increases by 500% to 800% In the case of moderate exercise — loosely defined as exercising to the point where you're slightly winded but can still carry

History of USA conservative movement from 1950 to 2006 What Would Russell Kirk Say about Ann Coulter? November 23, 2006 Would the late Russell Kirk think of Ann Coulter as a positive force in the conservative cause? It is not an easy question to answer. Kirk died in 1994, well before Coulter took center stage. Everyone knows her now. She is the willowy blonde queen of the wisecracking, populist brand of conservatism in vogue on the talk shows these days. She is also a best-selling author, with several books to her name. She once described the 9/11 widows who have become prominent critics of the war in Iraq as "broads" and "millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities." She added, "I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much." Kirk? I suspect that few younger conservatives will even know his name, despite the fact that he is generally credited with being one of the fo

2020 Flashback: After President Trump Seizes the Machines, he must make Ken Starr the Special Counsel to Investigate the "Constitutional Travesty" Biden Steal

" Our lawsuit seeks to prevent Congress from tallying Electoral College votes until the legislatures of each state have had a chance to independently certify the results,  as required by the Constitution ." -   Former Attorney General of Kansas andc Professor, Liberty University   Phillip Kline   [ ] -  [Constitution Expert] KEN STARR:  That’s exactly what it means. It got lost in the Pennsylvania shuffle. The founding generation sitting in Philadelphia undoubtedly thought, “Well, should we have the state Supreme Court make the determination?” No, we want … a very democratic with a small “d” approach. We want the legislatures, those closest to the people, the state legislatures, they’re the bosses, not the governor. And  what happened in Pennsylvania over these recent weeks is a constitutional travesty. - " If I were  @realDonaldTrump  and I genuinely believed the vote counting machines were rigged, I would not t

If Vatican II, Canon Law & Papal Bulls like Boniface VIII's Bull aren't Infallible is it possible that Dr. Mazza is right: Benedict couldn't Resign in the first place due to the Teachings of Pope Innocent III

-The infallibility or non-infallibility of Vatican II has NOTHING to do with my argument!! It could be just a non=infallible document like canon 17 in the code of canon law. - Steven O'Reilly,  who is a former intelligence officer [] -  Is Catholic canon law infallible? Vatican congregations do not have the charism of infallibility. Both Sullivan and Orsy refer to Canon 749 of the Code of Canon Law, which states: “No doctrine is understood to be infallibly defined unless it is clearly established as such.” -  St. Anthony's Catholic Church  [] - Ten days later, his chief lawyer and likely author of the  new papal bull permitting resignation, Benedetto Gaitani, became Pope Boniface VII I. Boniface eventually imprisoned the now ex-Pope Celestine and kept him under close watch until he die