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minute

/mi·nute/ (mi-nldbomact´) extremely small.
double minutes  acentric chromosomal fragments created by gene amplification and newly integrated into the chromosome; they are tumor markers indicative of solid neoplasms with a poor prognosis.

minute

very small.

minute canine virus (MCV)
see canine parvovirus type 1.
minute mouse virus
a parvovirus recovered from mice. Experimental infection of neonatal or fetal mice causes runting and cerebellar hypoplasia, but natural infection has not been associated with clinical disease. Sometimes referred to as the 'mini-mouse' virus.

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Q. How many minutes a day can I walk. Any help would be great. I’m Lesa 28 yrs old and I’m 14 weeks pregnant, this is my first pregnancy. I like to join in prenatal yoga. When can I join and until what time I should continue it. How many minutes a day can I walk. Any help would be great.

A. yes, agree with both two answers above..

a regular exercise before pregnancy and even during pregnancy are believed to be related with significant reduction in labor pain. besides, by doing regular exercise you can help strengthening your muscles and bones, and also stretch some pelvic muscle that will benefit when the time comes for you to deliver the wonderful baby.

I once wrote an article about water aerobic during pregnancy, you can check it out here :
http://doctoradhi.com/blog/?p=187

Q. I got an advice from my fitness instructor that doing exercise for 60 min is good for health. I got an advice from my fitness instructor that doing exercise for 60 min is good for health. Is that right? And What if I don’t have time to exercise 60 minutes a day?

A. The best advice I've heard about exercise is that "you've got the rest of your life to get in perfect shape". Sure, 60 minutes a day would be great, but thinking you have to do 60 minutes a day to get benefit is a bit defeating for most folks. The thing is to start being more active doing things you enjoy and gradually, painlessly, and safely increase your activity until you achieve the fitness level you desire. Far better to take small steps that to bite off so much that you either hurt yourself or are so miserable doing it that you don't continue.

Q. While in a conversation with anyone they have about a minute before I loose tract and intrest, Is this ADHD I always feel like I have to go full speed 24/7 and can never relax, sounds strange I know but it seems to be catching up with me.

A. not necessarily...i see that you are 31. those symptoms are new? if so- thee are other conditions that might cause them. hyperthyroid can get you in that state too. so it might be a good idea to go and get checked up.

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Only 2 arc minutes further north the galaxy NGC 7336 could at best be only another fleck of light.
In city-bound telescopes at low power M17 is but a 6th-magnitude streak of nebulosity, about 15 arc minutes long, and oriented roughly east-west.
7 and DEC -36[degrees]23'59" and it is situated 12 arc minutes towards the east of the cluster NGC 1963.
Finally, when you view NGC 6543 from a dark site, try this: Increase the magnification to about 100x then nudge your telescope 10 arc minutes east of the nebula to the 13.
Between the fins of the heavenly fish, the galaxy NGC 1672 can be seen, just 30 arc minutes north of magnitude 5.
Near the tip of the northeastern arm, about 12 arc minutes from M33's central hub, is an emission nebula called NGC 604.
Only 16 arc minutes to the south, and in the shadow of next-door neighbour alpha Grus, we find the elliptical galaxy NGC 7213.
All are magnitude 9 or brighter, have diameters greater than 3 arc minutes, and have been seen with 7X50 binoculars.
The brighter string continues for almost 10 arc minutes to the north.
7-magnitude star 89 Leon is within just a few arc minutes of Venus.
NGC 3269 is situated 6 arc minutes north, slightly elongated in a north-to-south direction, with a barely brighter nucleus.
Using observations obtained from space by the Rosat X-ray observatory, Madejski's team resolved the source of periodic X-ray variability to be a point some 37 arc minutes from the nucleus and not associated with the Seyfert galaxy at all.