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Will arguing in front of the Supreme Court save my breasts? Some of those question-and-answer sessions are pretty damned energetic . . .

(It qualifies as cleaning up after my clients, too! :-D)

Posted by Sachi | December 29, 2006 3:20 PM

C'Mon Erica! You just HAD to attack the homemakers of America with by shaming them into the workplace and seemingly certain, painful death by breast cancer. Really, a new low for you and you feminist ilk...

Posted by StrangerDanger | December 29, 2006 3:29 PM

Actually, almost any real study - for breast cancer, alzheimer's, whatever - will almost always say that mild to moderate exercise is good for you. It will also say that a varied diet (more like a Mediterranean diet) is also good for you.

Do those two things and you're always ahead of the game.

Posted by Will in Seattle | December 29, 2006 3:51 PM

...AND do housework.

Just here to help you Will in Seattle. I am betting you internet cut off or something. Damn Comcast.

BTW, Erica, my bathroom needs cleaning, does 6 work for you? I might even throw in laundry if you do a good job. Your health is THAT important to me.

Posted by StrangerDanger | December 29, 2006 3:56 PM

Well said, Erica.
Is there any indication of where the entire domestic servitude angle came from?
I am assuming some reporter was perusing the report, noticed the list of monitored activities included housework, and ran with it. Pathetic. I guess next someone will release a report that says wrenching on the car, knocking your wife around, and chastising your children makes men live longer, since it's healthy activity.

Posted by torrentprime | December 29, 2006 8:40 PM

Wait.... Aren't these the same "scientists" who have also been talking about Global warming?

Posted by Shut up and do my dishes! | December 29, 2006 11:07 PM

Here's something even more radical (or more patriarchal, depending on your P.O.V.). BREASTFEEDING reduces one's risk of breast cancer by at least 25%, with a cumulative effect: the longer one breastfeeds, the lower one's risk. Yet I rarely see this publicized, which is quite an irritation.

Posted by amazonmidwife | December 30, 2006 9:48 AM

Dan can make his national reputation enlarge with this --

Suck her titties along with the kiddies. the return is pleasure and good long term effects.

Go Dan .....

Posted by sammy | December 31, 2006 2:46 AM

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