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Experts Sound Off on Workout Grunting

...ng properly. In order to grunt, they have to hold their breath and exhale forcefully." O'Connell said there might be a means of ending fitness-club feuds linked to grunting. "I think that [gym goers] might look at deep breathing in and out without necessarily the vocalization," he said. Instead of th...

More Youth In Himachal Resort To Suicide

...year," said J.R. Gaur, Director of the Himachal Pradesh Forensic Institute. In recent years, failure in school or college examinations, domestic feuds and other stress-induced reasons have been blamed for the rising suicides. "According to figures collated for the last 11 years, a total of 11,9...
Feuds in Biological Technology

Ten resolutions that could produce a happy new (tech) year

...ow long can Wisconsin rely on a marketing strategy that rests on personal connections and luck? Resolved: Continue building the I-Q Corridor. Old feuds between Madison and Milwaukee wont define the 21st century economy. Whats needed is more cooperation within Wisconsins portion of the I-Q Corridor, th...

Can Dane Co. and Wisconsin learn from Denver?

...the late 1980s, Denver was mired in a recession due largely to weakness in the oil and gas industries. To make matters worse, there were long-standing feuds and turf wars between communities, and a "Dem Guys" attitude toward neighboring communities and economic centers in Denver, which exercised considerab...
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