Exercising 300 minutes per week, can reduce the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer

Exercising 300 minutes per week, can reduce the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer

According to a trial, that included 400 postmenopausal women, increasing the exercise time, from 150 minutes to 300 minutes per week, has the benefit of the body fat. Researchers analyzed aerobic exercises. Losing fat, especially for obese women, was much more effective than several other methods.…

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Kim Yuna Reins In The World Of Figure-Skating With Quite A Few Medals And Awards In Her Tally

Kim Yuna Reins In The World Of Figure-Skating With Quite A Few Medals And Awards In Her Tally

Kim Yuna has been a figure skater hailing from South Korea who bagged the gold medal in the 2012 Winter Olympic Games held in Vancouver. But Kim began skating at an age of six. She appeared in the Triglav Trophy competition at Jesenice, Slovenia in 2002. Yuna claimed her first national title in…

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Various Women Athletes in Olympics

Various Women Athletes in Olympics

Sports have been prominent in human civilization since ancient times. However, women were give the privilege to be a part of it on a later stage. Did you know that women took part in Olympics in the year 1900? Yes, only 22 women participated in the Olympic Games and that too for tennis and golf…

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Carbins Beat X-women in CIS championship

Carbins Beat X-women in CIS championship

The 6th placed Montreal Carabins women’s hockey team triumph over the X-women at the 2015CIS championship. Though a goal was denied in the dying moments of the game, Montreal Carabins managed to take home the bronze medal after defeating x-women 2-1. Laurence Beaulieu played a big role by…

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Paraskevi Papachristou

Paraskevi Papachristou

Paraskevi Papachristou was born on 17 April, 1989. She is a Greek long jumper and triple jumper. This athlete is mostly known for her gold medals (2 of them) that she won at the European Athletics U23 Championships and she was a Greek representative at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics.…

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Serena Williams

Serena Williams

Serena William is a professional tennis player, born on 26th September, 1981 in the US. According to several experts, Serena is the best tennis player of all time, so she is known as Queen of the Court. She was ranked by WTA (Women's Tennis Association) as World No. 1, six times. On July, 8th,…

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UConn Huskies, new title

UConn Huskies, new title

Pursuit of 10th national title for UConn Huskies over the last decades, UConn Huskies, coached by Geno Auriemma, won 9 titles. Therefore, they became the face of the sport, setting the bar for their competition, which doesn't seem to get any way close, according to Auriemma's words "I…

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Lauren Sesselmann

Lauren Sesselmann

Lauren Sesselmann was born on 14 August, 1983 in Marshfield, Wisconsin. She is a Canadian (American-born) soccer defender and Olympic medalist. Currently she is playing for Houston Dash. They are competing in the National Women's Soccer League. Beside this, she plays for the Canadian national…

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Seminole Women's Hoops Hosts Jacksonville

Seminole Women's Hoops Hosts Jacksonville

The Florida State Women’s Basketball team looks to wrap up its non-conference portion of the regular-season schedule on a strong note when it hosts Jacksonville on “Holiday 2-for-1 Day" on Monday night at 7 p.m. at the Donald L. Tucker Center. FSU leads Jacksonville 3-0 all-time and…

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Women's Lax Announces 2015 Schedule

Women's Lax Announces 2015 Schedule

Eight home games at McGuirk Stadium and a meeting against Atlantic 10 newcomer Davidson highlight the UMass women's lacrosse 2015 schedule as announced by head coach Angela McMahon today. The Minutewomen will be playing for their seventh consecutive Atlantic 10 title this Spring along with a…

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Serena certain of a comeback at US Open

Serena certain of a comeback at US Open

The tennis champion, Serena Williams, had to unwillingly pull out her doubles match with sister Venus Williams earlier this month because she was struggling to serve during the game. But she will definitely make her return and will be ready for the US Open when it starts on 25 August. Her fans will…

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