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  1. Nov 2020
    1. IS186-mediated integration of the plasmid into the chromosome or deletion of these accessory genes from an evolved plasmid that remained capable of self-replication conferred greater fitness benefits than SP formation

      Can we say this is because of the combined fitness benefit

      • by avoiding maintenance of a plasmid and
        • lower expression of proteins?

      Especially considering that there is expression of the accessory genes (ex: GFP in fig.2e)-> so the protein level fitness burden still exists, albeit at a lower extent.

      How much of this burden is attributed to keeping a plasmid around?, maybe this could be tested with a low copy pSC101 type plasmid or by deleting all the accessory genes and repeating the evolution experiment to specifically look for the integrants this time

  2. Oct 2020
    1. Don’t compare today’s workout to yesterday’s, but do compare it to something you did a few weeks, or months, or even years ago.

      ok

    1. Multiply that number by 85 percent to roughly approximate an effort cap for easy runs (though adjusting to a different percentage if you feel like that’s a bit too hard or too easy).

      Another article suggests subtracting 20bpm

  3. Sep 2020
    1. 7 Best Sleep Apps to Get a Good Night’s Rest

      our list of the best sleep apps of 2020. Whether you want to track your sleep or have nights of sound sleep, these sleep apps will surely make the positive difference in your life.

  4. Jul 2020
    1. Fluency of Information Technology (FITness), as proposed by the Committee of Information Technology Literacy of the National Research Council (NRC, 1999)

      Look this up.

  5. Jun 2020
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  7. Dec 2018
    1. Mobile Apps - Changing the World of Fitness and Healthcare Industry

      Recent research state that the global healthcare mobility solutions market is assumed to cross almost $84,818 millions by the end of the year 2020. Both the customers and industry can require better, mobile-powered solutions for improved patient care, impressive record maintenance, robust data security, enhanced interpersonal connections, and a source file healthcare and fitness training and production.

  8. Nov 2018
    1. brisk walk or a slow jog—for 1 to 2.5 hours every week lowers your risk of death by 25%
    2. those who run more than 25 miles per week have no mortality benefit, compared with nonrunners.
    3. By Paige Greenfield Sep 3, 2015 Getty Images/Tim Macpherson James O'Keefe, 58, is a cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, MO. A self-proclaimed "exercise enthusiast," O'Keefe says there was a time—decades, in fact—when he would routinely spend 2 to 3 hours a day running and working out vigorously. "I rarely took a day off," he recalls.  Advertisement - Continue Reading Below But if you see O'Keefe exercising today, you'll likely spot the MD on a postdinner stroll with his family. He also enjoys practicing yoga or doing some gentle backstrokes in the swimming pool. What changed? O'Keefe investigated the effects of intense physical activity on the human heart and body. The fruits of his and others' research inspired him to dial down his own routine."If your goal is exercising for overall health and to improve your longevity, then walking is ideal," he says. (Learn how to walk away from belly fat, heart disease, and diabetes in just minutes a day with Prevention's new Walk Your Way To Better Health.) Running Is Hard On Your Heart  Getty Images In one of his studies, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, O'Keefe and his colleagues found that people who run most days of the week at a pace faster than 7 miles per hour have the same risk of death as sedentary individuals.
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  12. Oct 2013
    1. To put it generally, all the valuable qualities that youth and age divide between them are united in the prime of life, while all their excesses or defects are replaced by moderation and fitness. The body is in its prime from thirty to five-and-thirty; the mind about forty-nine.
  13. Sep 2013