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Revealed: Why sleep is a secret weapon for improved fitness

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Makeup how-to: The 5 best ways to use concealer

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How to get strong with classic exercises

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How to make the best choices at the salad bar

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How to reach your goals by letting go of fear

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Find an easier path to fitness: Start your own running club

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Not sure about eating fish? Try this tempting fish recipe today!

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Avoid gym intimidation: A guide to a beginner gym session

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How much protein do you need?

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Diet defaults: when your first food choice is your best choice

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Why you can’t stick to your diet & 5 easy fixes…

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Mental energy: how to use food to feel more alert

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Suicidal talk on Twitter mirrors state suicide rates

Oct. 10, 2013 — Heart-breaking accounts of cyber bullying and suicide seem all too common, but a new study offers hope that social media can become an early warning system to help prevent such tragedies.Researchers at Brigham Young University examined tweets originating from all 50 states over a three month period. Sifting through millions of tweets, their algorithms searched for direct discussion of suicide, as well as keywords and phrases associated with known risk factors such as bullying.”With social media, kids sometimes say things that they aren’t saying out loud to an adult or friend in person,” said Christophe Giraud-Carrier, a BYU computer scientist and one of the study’s seven authors.They found 37,717 genuinely troubling tweets from 28,088 unique users for whom some location information was available. As they report in the journal Crisis, each state’s ratio of suicidal tweets strongly correlated with its actual suicide rate.In Alaska, which has the nation’s highest suicide rates, the BYU researchers identified 61 Twitter users as at-risk individuals. In Texas, where the rate of suicide is slightly lower but the population is significantly higher, more than 3,000 Twitter users were flagged as at-risk cases. In Utah, the study found 195 Twitter users who may be at risk.”Somebody ought to do something,” Giraud-Carrier said. “How about using social media as a complement to what is already done for suicide prevention?”That would be fairly simple to do on Twitter, where most tweets are visible to the public and open for a response.”Tweets may be useful to address some of the functions that suicide hotline groups perform, but at the discretion and potential for such organizations to provide those services via Twitter,” said Michael Barnes, a health science professor at BYU and a study co-author.Previous research found that about 15 percent of tweets contain at least state-level location information, suggesting that state health departments might also play a role.For other social media platforms, the BYU researchers want to develop an app for schools that will incorporate and analyze information that students post. The idea is that schools make a connection with the students and obtain permission to receive the content they post socially. The app’s algorithms can notify counselors when a student posts something that is a cry for help.”Suicide is preventable,” said Carl Hanson, a BYU health scientist and study co-author. “Social media is one channel for monitoring those at risk for suicide and potentially doing something about it.”

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Twitter and privacy: One-in-five tweets divulge user location

Sep. 3, 2013 — Hashtag #doyouknowwhoswatchingyou? A new study from USC researchers sampled more than 15 million tweets, showing that some Twitter users may be inadvertently revealing their location through updates on the social media channel.The study, which appears in the current issue of the International Journal of Geoinformatics, provides important factual data for a growing national conversation about online privacy and third-party commercial or government use of geo-tagged information.”I’m a pretty private person, and I wish others would be more cautious with the types of information they share,” said lead author Chris Weidemann, a graduate student in the Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST) online master’s program at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. “There are all sorts of information that can be gleaned from things outside of the tweet itself.”Twitter has approximately 500 million active users who are expected to tweet 72 billion times in 2013. Reports have shown that about six percent of users opt-in to allow the platform to broadcast their location with every tweet.But that’s only part of the footprint Twitter users leave, and even users who have not opted-in for location tagging may be inadvertently revealing where they are, the study shows.To get a fuller sense of what publicly accessible data might reveal about Twitter users, Weidemann developed an application called Twitter2GIS to analyze the metadata collected by Twitter, including details about the user’s hometown, time zone and language.The data, generated by Twitter users and available through Twitter’s application programming interface (API) and Google’s Geocoding API, was then processed by a software program, which mapped and analyzed the data, searching for trends.During the study’s one-week sampling period, roughly 20 percent of the tweets collected showed the user’s location to an accuracy of street level or better.Many Twitter users divulged their physical location directly through active location monitoring or GPS coordinates. But another 2.2 percent of all tweets — equating to about 4.4 million tweets a day — provided so-called “ambient” location data, where the user might not be aware they are divulging their location.”The downside is that mining this kind of information can also provide opportunities for criminal misuse of data,” Weidemann said. “My intent is to educate social media users and inform the public about their privacy.”In addition to being a graduate student at USC, Weidemann works for a company that builds geographic information systems for the federal government. He initially developed Twitter2GIS as part of a capstone project for a course taught by Jennifer Swift, associate teaching professor of spatial sciences at USC.Swift, Weidemann’s thesis adviser, said the project stood out for its thoughtful look at geospatial information.”It will help create an awareness among the general population about the information they divulge,” said Swift, a co-author on the study.Weidemann is a self-described “conservative” Twitter user, using the social media channel infrequently. He has the privacy set to not share any location information about his tweets. Still, in the course of doing this study, he turned Twitter2GIS on his own account and was surprised at the specificity the application was able to find about his location, based on a hashtag he used about an academic conference.”This research has been fun,” Weidemann said. …

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Tweet all about it — Twitter can’t replace newswires, study shows

July 5, 2013 — News agencies continue to have an edge over Twitter in being first with the news, a study found.Research into reporting of news events by Twitter and newswire services has found that while Twitter can sometimes break news before newswires, for major events there is little evidence that it can replace traditional news outlets.Twitter’s main benefits for news are bringing additional coverage of events, and for sharing news items of interest to niche audiences or with a short lifespan, such as local sports results.Scientists at the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow developed a software algorithm to track Twitter activity. They used it to study 51 million tweets over 11 weeks in summer 2011 and compared these with output from news outlets for the same period. Newswires tracked included the BBC, CNN, Reuters and the New York Times, which seek to set the news agenda and break news stories ahead of one another.Scientists were able to examine Twitter messages relating to major news items. They also identified a large amount of minor news items that had featured on Twitter but had been ignored by the mainstream media.Neither Twitter nor newswires was regularly faster than the other in breaking high-profile news, but when Twitter outperformed newswires for speed, it was for mainly for sport and disaster-related events, their findings showed.The study, supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is to be presented at the 7th International AAAI Conference On Weblogs And Social Media, in Boston, US, next week.Dr Miles Osborne, of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Informatics, who led the study, said: “Twitter and traditional news outlets each have their strengths in terms of delivering news. However, Twitter can bring added value by spreading the word on events that we might not otherwise hear about, and for bringing local perspectives on major news items.”

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