The Daily Populous

Wednesday July 25th, 2018 day edition

image for The Key to Avoiding Weight Gain as You Get Older Probably Isn't What You Think

Many people blame a sluggish metabolism for the weight gain.

But as it turns out, our metabolism isn't the real culprit when it comes to the weight that seems to creep on with each passing decade.

In fact, age-related weight gain has far more to do with our activity patterns than it does with our metabolism, which barely budges after age 30, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Our metabolism, the term for the calorie-burning process our bodies do naturally, shifts based on the various activities we do throughout the day.

Unfortunately, the rate at which we digest our meals and burn energy can't be altered significantly enough to cause weight loss.

That could involve taking the stairs at work or hitting the gym a few times a week – every little bit counts.

In fact, new research published this spring suggests that to achieve better health and reduce your risk of death from any cause, any kind of movement is better than little or none. »

After 25 Years It’s Time We Finally Give ‘Demolition Man’ Its Kudos

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Let’s just say that some of the film’s predictions for the year 2032 are pretty far off, but we still love it.

In the film, Stallone’s character learns Arnold Schwarzenegger is president thanks to a 61st amendment allowing foreigners to run for president.

I think it’s only right we end this look down memory lane by taking a look at this brilliant scene:. »

Congressman Coffman crosses party lines, proposes reversal of FCC net neutrality repeal

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Coffman is the first member of the House of Representatives to cross party lines and introduce a bill that would reverse many of the FCC’s net neutrality repeals that took effect last month.

“Net neutrality is the principal that all the content on the internet must be treated fairly and equally,” Nick Gianoutsos of Defend Net Neutrality Colorado told Anne Trujillo on this weekend’s Politics Unplugged.

The U.S. Senate has already voted to repeal the FCC’s reversal of the net neutrality repeal. »

How John Krasinski Plans to Make ‘Jack Ryan’ the Spy Next Door

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“But sometimes I look around and wonder if he’s punking me, and he’s working out somewhere where there’s air conditioning.”.

Undeterred, Cuse and Roland sent their scripts outlining the first four of the initial season’s eight episodes to Krasinski.

“My whole career has been in the renaissance of television, where it’s been heading to this digital medium,” he says. »