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(ˈyü væsˌkü læ)

a city in S central Finland. 65,719.
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New York City and Jyvaskyla, Finland might have something in common if you look hard enough.
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Researchers at the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, found that decreasing sedentary time by 21 minutes a day was sufficient to improve some biomarkers of cholesterol transport (that impact cardiovascular risk), and maintain leg muscle mass.
Vapo Oy and Valio have inked a 12-year deal on the production of process steam and heat for Valios dairy in Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Research Institute for Olympic Sports, Finland and University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Tapani Ristaniemi and Heikki Lyytinen are faculty members of the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland.
This is the first large population-based study investigating associations between self-rated physical fitness during the three decades from midlife to later life and dementia risk," Postdoctoral Researcher, Dr Jenni Kulmala from the Gerontology Research Center at the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, said.
From a symposium at the June 2011 conference "New Dynamics of Language Learning: Spaces and Places--Intentions and Opportunities" held in Jyvaskyla, Finland, 10 studies identify places to learn a foreign language besides classrooms and besides online, which is no longer a break from routine for most people.
11-12: Jyvaskyla, Finland (University of Jyvaskyla).
Smart, who will use the event as part of his preparation for the World Masters Indoor Championships in Jyvaskyla, Finland in April, is deeply disappointed he is the only North East athlete contesting the New Year sprint - though he has his own ideas why that is the case.
At the Research Institute for Olympic Sports in Jyvaskyla, Finland, researchers asked 13 well-trained young runners (nine males, four females) who were training about 8.