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Joined on March 17, 2007
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @WIRED and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
37 minutes
Average replies
3
Average retweets
29
Average likes
83
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

3. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

5. in category Magazines & Journals

9. in country United States and category Media

47. in category Media

123. in country United States

355. worldwide

WIRED
2 hours ago

The Polish crime thriller 'The Hater' is simultaneously cartoonish and way too real. In it, the internet isn’t just Bad, it’s an underworld, and a proving ground for evil. https://t.co/4lc7C2ZvGr

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3 hours ago

As far back as the first international epidemic of a novel coronavirus, SARS, in 2003, every spillover of a pathogen from wildlife to humans has come as a surprise. This network could break that pattern https://t.co/DiVRbvOsQD

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4 hours ago

And if you have tested positive for Covid-19, take it slow. Rest for at least a few weeks before returning gradually to the level of training you were at before 9/ https://t.co/XB0d1pdpmp

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4 hours ago

If you’re going out for a hard run, bike ride, or other sporting activity, pay extra-close attention to your body. Chest pain, shortness of breath, or heart palpitations could all be reasons to contact your doctor. 8/

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4 hours ago

More research is needed to better understand what’s happening inside the hearts of people with Covid-19. This is especially critical because so many who get infected don’t know it. And they might unwittingly do things—like exercising—that could cause further damage 7/

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4 hours ago

It’s still unclear if the inflammation is collateral damage from the body’s immune response or the virus infecting heart tissue. This month, scientists found that the virus, when added to human cardiac cells in a petri dish, shredded the muscle fibers that keep hearts beating 6/

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4 hours ago

But the heart problems don’t just affect athletes. A study conducted in Germany earlier this summer followed 100 non-athlete Covid-19 patients and found lingering heart inflammation and other cardiac abnormalities in 78 of them 5/

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4 hours ago

Overexertion can cause swelling in the legs, dizziness, shortness of breath, and—in serious cases—irregular heartbeat, cardiac arrest, and sudden death. These more extreme outcomes are seen most often in competitive athletes 4/

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4 hours ago

A virus jolts the body’s immune system into attack mode, leading to inflammation. If a person rests while they are ill and during recovery, the inflammation usually recedes and the heart heals on its own. But strenuous activity while it's still weakened can be dangerous 3/

WIRED
4 hours ago

One of the biggest concerns about exercising while recovering from Covid is myocarditis. This causes the muscular walls of the heart to become inflamed, weakening the organ and making it more difficult for it to pump blood. It’s rare, but infections have been shown to cause it 2/

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4 hours ago

We’re conditioned to think of Covid-19 as a respiratory disease—but it’s not just about the lungs. Evidence is emerging that the virus can cause heart damage in people who’ve had mild symptoms or none at all, especially if they exercise while infected 1/ https://t.co/XB0d1pdpmp

WIRED
5 hours ago

These tips will make your iPhone and iPad safer than ever. https://t.co/q2NYU0ocdJ

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5 hours ago

"The guy at the Verizon store looked confused. He was most certainly stoned. 'A flip phone? We might have some in back.' He brought out exactly two. I took the uglier one."https://t.co/hL5zC75jFH

WIRED
7 hours ago

Give your TV the soundbar it deserves. https://t.co/v7UyR9P1lr

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7 hours ago

“Neither political party, from my point of view, does enough to help the addicted, the afflicted, and convicted." @vanjones68 talks about bringing his Emmy-winning VR project 'The Messy Truth' to the Conservative Political Action Conference at WIRED25: https://t.co/kQFvEF3H8m https://t.co/SL6CiJRErT

WIRED
10 hours ago

For more than 100 years, medical researchers puzzled over why the immune system doesn’t fight cancer the way it fights even the common cold. Then this hard-living, harmonica-playing Texan discovered the answer. His research may save millions of lives https://t.co/mbEqznARPh

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12 hours ago

We're less than a week away from the first day of fall, aka the best camping season. It's not blisteringly hot and it's not frigidly cold. Here are some last-minute deals to help make the forest feel like home: https://t.co/MEOEPjpE7y

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13 hours ago

That panicky, sweaty-palm feeling when you realize you've lost your smartphone? You won't get it (as bad) if you follow these tips https://t.co/CssA0cm5NP

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