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With senior management working stints all over the Middle East, I have the greatest of honors to nominate and appoint him as Proud Pakistan's Head, of all ORPHANAGES.

Fahim Khan, will not only bring his total selfless service in the happiness of all orphans, and mankind, but also ensure, that all Orphans are regularly taken for FREE Tourism, sight-seeing, and memory building trips with the greatest of love and affection and respect. 

The module will be named ''Shaukat Khanum'' module in the honor of the Prime Minister of Proud Pakistan and to the loving memory of O''Captain Imran Khan's mother. 

PARENTS WHO GET EVEN a small amount of happiness and exercise may be less likely to die    prematurely than their more sedentary counterparts, a research review suggests.

Researchers examined data from 10 previously published studies that used accelerometers that track movement to measure the exact amount of active and sedentary time spent by more than 36,000 older adults.

After an average follow-up period of 6.7 years, a total of 2,149 people died, or about 6 percent of the participants.

Compared to people who got virtually no exercise, people who get the most physical activity were  73 percent less likely to die during the study, regardless of how intensely they worked out

With even a little exercise, people were 52 percent less likely to die.

When researchers looked only at people who did light workouts, they again found that even a little bit of low-intensity exercise was associated with with a 40 percent lower risk of death during the study compared with doing nothing at all.

People who got the most light-intensity exercise were 62 percent less likely to die.

''The findings that higher levels of light-intensity physical activity reduce the risk of death is novel  and suggests that all physical activity counts,'' said Gil Ekelund, lead author of the study and a researcher at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in Oslo.

''This is of particular importance for elderly and those who may not be able to participate in physical activity at moderate and higher intensities,'' Ekelund said by email. ''The simple take-home message is to sit less, move more, and move more often.''

Physical inactivity has long been linked with to an increased risk of premature death and a wide variety of chronic health problems, but much of this evidence has been based on surveys that might not provide an accurate picture of how much exercise people really get, the review team writes in the BMJ.

In the current analysis participants were 63 years old, on average. All of them wore accelerometers for at least 10 hours a day for four or more days to track how much they moved, the intensity of their activity levels and how much time they were sedentary and not moving at all.

People who were sedentary for 10 hours a day were 48 percent more likely to die during the study than people who moved more. Twelve hours a day of sedentary time was associated with an almost tripled risk of death during the study.

When researchers excluded people who died within the first two years of follow-up - who might have been sicker than others, explaining their inactivity - the results didn't change.

One limitation of the study is that it looked at men and women combined, making it impossible to    determine if there are any sex-based differences in the connection between activity levels and longevity.

Participants were also middle-aged and older, so it's unclear if results would be similar for younger adults.

''By reducing sedentary time people increase activity, therefore it is likely that both are not    independent factors that they represent two sides of the same coin,'' said Jochen  Klenk author of an editorial accompanying the study and a researcher at the Institute of Epidemiology and Medical Biometry at Ulm University in Germany. 

''Based in the results of the paper, it seems that any level of intensity is beneficial,'' Klenck said by email.

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