Healthy lifestyle linked to better cognition in elderly

Healthy lifestyle linked to better cognition in elderly

Researchers from China’s Duke Kunshan University have found that a healthier lifestyle is associated with a lower risk of cognitive impairment in adults aged 80 years and older, even in cases where a person carries a genetic risk of dementia.

The APOE gene comes in several different forms, and people with a form known as APOE ε4 have an increased risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Previous research has also linked cognitive function to lifestyle factors, such as smoking, exercise and diet. However, it has been unclear whether the benefits of a healthy lifestyle are affected by APOE

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Photography Copyright and Licensing Simplified and Explained

Although professional photographers may deal with copyright and licensing regularly, it is not right to assume that clients are just as versed. For that reason, an architecture photographer has put together a simplified explanation to help business owners better educate their clients on who owns the produced photos and how they can be used.

Questions surrounding copyright and licensing can be a complex issue to navigate not just for clients — who may not have dealt with purchasing and using intellectual property before — but also for beginner photographers who are just entering the business. Clear communication between the photographer

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K-Pop Star Wonho Talks New Music, Instagram Photos, WENEE Fan Support

It’s easy to judge a book by its cover, especially when the photos are being served up by Wonho. But K-pop’s leading man is out to prove that he’s more than just mop top and muscles, as he leaves his boy-band roots behind for an exciting solo career.

Wonho first rose to prominence as part of the seven-piece group Monsta X. In 2019, he left the group amid a flurry of press after years-old allegations of marijuana use surfaced on social media (cannabis is still illegal in South Korea). Cleared of all charges a few months later, Wonho returned with

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A partnership with weight | Lifestyle

Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Borchard and Sports Medicine and Nutrition physician, Dr. Justin Grant, work together to help Colorado Advanced Orthopedics’ (CAO) patients with elevated Body Mass Index (BMI) who are in need of orthopedic surgery.

BMI is a ratio of a person’s weight in kilograms divided by their height in meters squared. It is an estimate for fatness or the amount of adipose tissue a person may have. A healthy BMI is defined as 20-24.9; overweight is 25 to 29.9; obese is 30 to 39.9; and morbid obesity is above 40. The BMI is fairly accurate, however, it can

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interview with the architectural photography studio

led by miguel de guzmán and rocío romero, imagen subliminal is an architectural film and photography studio based in new york city and madrid. both de guzmán and romero studied architecture and use this knowledge to artfully document projects that range from a reconfigurable pneumatic structure in paris to a residential building in brooklyn with cascading rooftop terraces. ‘our training made us naturally focus in architectural photography as it is a way to keep thinking, and somehow working, as architects,’ the duo tells designboom. ‘it also provides the chance to visit and discuss amazing buildings with the team that created

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12 Galleries That Aren’t in New York or Even Los Angeles

The past year has seen pandemic-triggered migration patterns in the art world: As members of New York’s cultural elite moved out of town, at least temporarily, a number of the city’s art galleries responded in kind, opening satellites in places like Palm Beach, Fla.; East Hampton, N.Y.; and Aspen, Colo. The idea of gallerists following potential buyers is perhaps not so surprising (if a bit depressing), but the trend still amounts to a sort of decentralization. It is also a reminder that good galleries, of course, need not be in New York — and of the fact that, though the

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