Military Exercise Sparked Australian Wildfire

“It wasn’t deliberate; it was a side effect of a routine activity, it would appear, and clearly there was no intention to see fire start up and run as a result of that activity,” Fitzsimmons said. “There is no conspiracy here.” Meanwhile, police said a pilot helping fight a fire near Ulladulla, south of Sydney, was killed when his fixed-wing aircraft crashed in a remote area Thursday morning. The 43-year-old man was the only person on board. “We are trying to recover the pilot from the scene but are being challenged by weather conditions and nearby fire,” New South Wales police Superintendent Joe Cassar told reporters in Nowra, a city near Ulladulla.
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Exercise may be key to boosting teens’ academic performance

.” (fill in the blank) often rings true — especially when it comes to exercise. A new study by Spanish researchers found that 90-year-old men improved balance and muscle mass after completing a 12-week regimen of weight training. The men also increased their walking speed, lowered their risk of Insanity Workout Review falls and found it easier to do daily physical tasks. And a University of Alabama at Birmingham study of women 60 and older also found that weight training and aerobic exercise improved strength and balance, but researchers noted one surprising result.
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Studies confirm benefits from exercise

A University of Alabama at Birmingham study of

That study tracked long-term health of around 14,000 children from southwest England, born in 1991 and 1992. Activity levels were measured using a device called an accelerometer, worn on an elasticized belt by the subjects when they were 11. The duration and intensity of exercise was examined for between three and seven days. On average, boys clocked about 29 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise, while girls racked up about 18 minutes.
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