Home Health Nutrition Nutrition oi-Sravia By Sravia Sivaram on October 10, 2017 People usually think that stress is the number reason for premature ageing as well as greying of the hair. The way you look largely depends on what you put in your body. There are some foods that can make you age as much as 20 years faster with every bite that you take of these. What you eat can affect your skin, for better or worse. A few indulgences, once in a while, won't age you overnight, but a continuously poor diet being followed can accelerate the ageing process of your skin. Hence, it is necessary that you make the right tweaks to your diet, right when you're young, in order to not look 20 years your age. In this article, we have listed some of the foods that can age you faster. Read further to find out about these foods to avoid. 1. Agave: This is considered to be a healthier alternative for sugar. But this … [Read more...] about These Foods Can Age You Twice As Faster! Stop Consuming Them Right Away
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Source: Gandhar Thakur/Pexels Prediction has been touted as a “canonical cortical computation” [i], and essential for basic linguistic processes [ii]. Naturally, the efficiency with which the brain can implement its various forms of predictive processing will change as a person ages, but it has previously been unclear how this more specifically impacts language. A study this week sought to address this issue [iii]. A range of work in psycholinguistics seems to point to certain differences in how older and younger adults use context-based linguistic predictions to understand language. For instance, if words in a narrative are semantically related in some way, this can be used to anticipate upcoming material. If someone walks into an office meeting, abruptly shouts "Ainsley Harriott", and then departs, our understanding of appropriate context for language use informs us that some kind of violation has occurred. Likewise, certain grammatical tendencies of a language might … [Read more...] about How Aging Impacts Language Processing
This post was written by Ellen Luborsky, Ph.D. As a child, I lived in Kansas. I remember spending hours on my neighbor’s lawn, searching for four-leaf clovers. Inside the house, my favorite game was one my sister, brother, and I invented. School was easy and we had no homework. I have always felt like that was a wonderful start. It left me wondering, glad to play, and with an interest in learning more that took me to a Ph.D. People worry that kids are falling behind, without the same structure and instruction they had in school before COVID. There is plenty that is difficult for kids these days, and almost every kid I talk with is not a fan of online school. They miss seeing their friends, they miss the random playtime together. But it does not mean that this time has to be a waste. Let’s use it as an opportunity to bring back open time, where children think for themselves, see for themselves, invent and create. But to make good use of that time, we also need plenty of … [Read more...] about Bring Creativity and Adventure to Kids’ Lives During COVID
Home Health Wellness Wellness oi-Shivangi Karn By Shivangi Karn on March 4, 2021 On 1 March, India began with the second phase of vaccination against COVID-19. The first drive was completed for healthcare and frontline workers, and now, the second phase includes people over 60 years of age and people over 45 with existing medical conditions or comorbidities. The pre-existing medical conditions may include diabetes, heart disease, end-stage kidney disease, a respiratory condition, valvular heart disease or any immune disease. According to the reports, around 4.27 lakhs doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to people till 7 PM on Monday. People can do registration and get the slot for vaccination timing and place through the CoWIN portal (cowin.gov.in) and the AarogyaSetu app. Covaxin And Covishield: What To Know About These Two Approved Vaccines In India How To Self-Register For COVID-19 … [Read more...] about How To Self-Register For COVID-19 Vaccine On CoWin, And List Of Vaccination Centres In India
Source: Darren Baker/Shutterstock If I wanted to know how people who are not married are doing when they reach the age of 65 and beyond, I would ask them about the joys and successes of their lives, as well as their challenges and difficulties. But social scientists haven’t often viewed single seniors as people who are psychologically strong and resilient , so instead they study only the “strains” in their lives. Nonetheless, I’m grateful for a study that does not toss all unmarried people into the same bin, but instead asks about the experiences of the different kinds of unmarried people. Among seniors, who experiences single life as especially difficult? Is it the lifelong single people, who never got a taste of marriage ? Or is it the widowed people or maybe the divorced ? Do Blacks or Whites experience more “single strain”? Does it depend on whether we are talking about women or men? What counts as “single strain”? The researchers conducted face-to-face … [Read more...] about Do Lifelong Singles Fare Better Later in Life?