When golfing at the MGM Grand is bad, you’re a loser

There’s something about the MGM’s pristine green, the way the clouds roll in on top of the sky and the view from the dining area is just perfect.

A new study has found that golf at MGM Grand Resort and Casino is actually worse for your health than you might expect.

The study, conducted by the University of Minnesota and published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, found that the golf course has a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension and certain cancers than most other golf courses in the country.

Golf, the study found, also increases your risk of developing certain types of cancer, including breast, colon, pancreatic and prostate cancer.

The findings come as golfers take a major step toward the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, which could help boost the economy and reduce the risk of future disasters like the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

“It’s not just the golf,” said Dr. Jeffrey Bau, a medical epidemiologist at the University Hospital of Rochester.

“It’s the way that people think about it.

They think of golf as being fun, and it’s not.”

The study also found that those who play golf have higher blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol levels than the general population.

It also found a strong association between golf and type 2 diabetes, which is the leading cause of death in Americans, and hypertension.

Bau says the golf courses at MGM and The Glen are two of the largest golf courses on the planet, but that the research has also found them to have some of the lowest rates of heart disease.

Golf has been a staple of American life since the early 1800s, and the popularity of the sport has increased over the years. “

When you think about the risk, the fact that it’s a relatively small population, you’ve got a very low risk.”

Golf has been a staple of American life since the early 1800s, and the popularity of the sport has increased over the years.

But the research is the first to quantify the health benefits golf may provide.

In the United States, golf courses account for roughly two-thirds of all golf courses.

That’s about 2 million golf courses, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The most popular golf course in the United Kingdom is the Country Club at Gleneagles, a four-minute drive from London.

At the MGM, the golfers, the players and the course staff who serve the public are all members of one of the most diverse groups of people in the U