A New Theory on Exercise’s Anti-Cancer Effect ~ Alex Hutchinson (outsideonline.com)

The ability to sustain a high rate of energy burn for a prolonged period of time may help ward off cancer

Last fall, an international group of exercise oncologists published a major review of the literature on exercise and cancer. The news was good, if somewhat unsurprising. Regular exercise lowers your risk of developing a long list of cancers, in some cases by 10 to 25 percent; and if you do get cancer, exercise enhances the quality and possibly the expected length of your life…

https://www.outsideonline.com/2415412/exercise-energy-cancer-theory?utm_source=GetShift-dot-net#close


This Nifty Website Lets You Peep Out Other People’s Windows (thepathmag.com)

It’s never really okay — read: it’s downright creepy — to peep into someone’s window, but there’s a new web app on the block that wants to normalize looking out of people’s windows all over the world.

In a time when most people are feeling desperate to travel and roam like they did before our lives were dictated by COVID, Window Swap is here to let you feel like your traveling without having to buy a ticket, pack a bag, or board a plane. (Travel without TSA? We’ll take it.) The site is the brainchild of husband-and-wife Singapore creatives Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam who put it together as a “quarantine project” to help them deal with the monotony and restlessness of being in lockdown…