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World Cup Soccer by the Numbers

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Experts on Brazil Discuss the World Cup From a Historical Lens

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University of Delaware Professor Matt Robinson Is Available to Talk on the Soccer World Cup and What It Means for the US Economy

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Iowa State University Researchers Test Accuracy of Fitness Bands and Find Way to Correct Self-Report Errors

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Iowa State University researchers tested eight different fitness bands to determine the accuracy of each model. The activity monitors make it easy for anyone to track their physical activity and calories burned, but researchers found not all devices are created equal.

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The Business, Culture & Fans of the World Cup: GW Experts Available

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New Ball to Showcase Talent in World Cup

University of Adelaide physics experts believe the new soccer ball created for the 2014 FIFA World Cup starting next week is a “keepers’ ball”.

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Drexel U. Expert Available to Comment on 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil

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As the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil approaches on June 12, Drexel University professor of psychology and director of athletics Eric Zillmer, PsyD, is available to comment on a wide range of topics related to the tournament.

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McGill Experts: 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil

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Washington, D.C. Claims Top Ranking on Annual Fit City Index

ACSM American Fitness Index™ identifies healthiest, fittest metro areas in U.S. WellPoint Foundation Awards $157,000 Grant to Improve Health in Three Metro Areas

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Youth Sports and Concussions: GW Experts Available to Comment on White House Summit







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