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Saturday, May 31, 2008
Golf Longer Live Longer or Die Younger
Play golf and add five years to your life. Play with children in Coto de Caza, and your life could end at a fleeting second!
May 31, 2008
It has been said that golf does not qualify as a sport. However, according to research coming in from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, golf could have greater health benefits than walking and even more strenuous forms of exercise, adding an average of five years to your life.
The study, led by Professor Anders Ahlbom, consisted of 500,000 golfers.
Street signage (right) maintenance, replacement and repairs are paid for by CZ residents.
Damage signage in an intersection identified as one of the most dangerous intersections in Coto de Caza - has been down for week.
Street signage (right) maintenance, replacement and repairs are paid for by CZ residents, including golf crossing signage, designed to protect Golf Club patrons - no down signage reported
"A round of golf means being outside for four or five hours, walking at a fast pace for six to seven kilometres, something which is good for the health," said Ahlbom, whose findings were published in Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports yesterday, concluding that other factors were at play, but, he said that it was "likely" that playing the game itself had a significant impact on health.
Empirical data coming in from Coto de Caza seems to confirm professor Anders Ahlbom findings. The local governing body has resisted calls from concerned residents to promote public safety in the community, firing the California Highway Patrol without a suitable replacement, for instance. Then letting road certification expire while refusing to take any responsibility. The board has refused to install additional “caution children at play” signs, citing vehicle code restrictions, and as signage found in one of the most dangerous intersections in Coto de Caza (Seacliff and Vista del Verde), has been down for weeks. Whereas caution signs designed to protect Golf Club patrons, and paid for by CZ residents, seem to be spotless.
Conclusion? Play golf and add five years to your life. Play with children in Coto de Caza, and your life could end at a fleeting second!
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DUI Traffic Collision on CDD and Vista Del Verde
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The CotoBuzz Journal May 2008 - Coto de Caza BOD
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The Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS) is launching a fundraising drive, for the first time in the association?s history, according to a piece of direct mail, targeting the communities they serve.
The Three OC Blind Mice
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The OCSD Fox Guarding the Hen
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Invariably when we publish public safety statistics, proponents of the status quo ridicule our analysis and detractors use the law of attributions to invoke the proverbial ?it?s not mine/their job?.
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The first and most important priority is to restore honor to the office that was taken by its last office holder- Kevin Keyes
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