By David Haas–Guest BloggerThe latest national guidelines on physical activity and exercise urge fitness regimens for cancer patients and survivors. Researchers, cancer doctors and fitness experts everywhere are spreading a new message for people with cancer: avoid inactivity and get moving.Traditionally, doctors advised cancer patients to avoid vigorous activity in favor of bed rest. This
Capital New York takes a quick but revealing look at how and why Bloomberg BusinessWeek has revolutionized the business magazine, reporting on a visit by Editor Josh Tyrangiel and creative director Richard Turley to Columbia. Here’s Joe Pompeo on how BizWeek has upended magazine design: It’s a familiar design trope for business magazines: In the
When a big, local story breaks, regional newspapers have the opportunity to own it. The killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in an Orlando suburb is nothing if not big. How has the Orlando Sentinel handled it? Reporting on shooting began on February 29th, three days after the event, under the headline: “Boy, 17, shot to
Politics today seemingly has more fact-checking than ever before. As a result, reporters are asking a new question: Does fact-checking work? At the national level, USA Today’s Martha T. Moore described it as “an article of faith” among fact-checkers that “factually accurate information is something voters want and need, and they provide plenty of it.”
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