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huffingtonpost.com - 12 readers, 89 Tweets - By Tom Jacobs Why does one community have higher levels of heart disease than another? Some of the reasons are obvious, such as income and education levels or local eating and exercise norms. But as epidemiologists have long argued, other lik...
arstechnica.com - 20 readers, 596 Tweets - Tweets prove better regional heart disease predictor than many classic factors.
gizmodo.com - 8 readers, 471 Tweets - Normally, when doctors are trying to look at whether an individual is at risk of heart disease, they'll look at classic indicators of health: smoking, diet, obesity and so on. But according to a University of Pennsylvania study, they might be better off taking a look at their tweets.
adweek.com - 11 readers, 45 Tweets - Three YouTubers were able to score the hardest interview in the U.S.—a no-holds-barred sit-down with President Barack Obama. Hank Green, GloZell Green and Bethany Mota interviewed the Commander in Chief, and their exchanges were streamed live on Thursday night.
thenextweb.com - 27 readers, 745 Tweets - Just over a year ago, Twitter launched a new analytics tool that allowed website owners to track links tweeted to their websites and how many users clicked on them. That tool was…
mashable.com - 16 readers, 1239 Tweets - Some Snapchat creations are too funny to disappear into the ether...