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Cut Calories to Age Gracefully

A recent study has shown that cutting back a few calories from our diet and exercising some more over a lifespan can prevent certain age related changes in cells. // Scientists from the University of Florida's Institute on Aging have found that eating a little less food and exercising a litt...

Aging in Place Concept Helps People Age Gracefully

Aging gracefully can sometimes be a problem especially when the admission to nursing homes or assisted living facilities looms large. //Marilyn Rantz, nursing researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia calls this as a slippery slope and says that there is a way to prevent elderly people fro...

National Practice Transition Network Launches as the Country's First Membership-Based, Commission-Free Dental Practice Transition Company

...rk that brings together people, resources and support systems to help members operate a thriving dental practice in its active years and to transition gracefully when the time is right. The network is also unique in that is has one low annual fee--no commissions. This new company will potentially revolution...

Zultys Inc. Receives 2009 NGN Leadership Award from NGN Magazine

...Inc. Based on open standards, Zultys Inc., a Silicon Valley company founded in 2001, manufactures a family of feature-rich Phone Systems that scale gracefully to 10,000 users. Our cross-OS (MAC, Windows, Linux) interface integrates features such as softphone, Find me Follow me, Presence, Secure Chat, Tele-wo...

Best-selling authors and physicians from NYP/Weill Cornell discuss diet, surgery and bone health

... NEW YORK (April 8, 2009) -- How do I teach my body to stop craving food? How can I age gracefully with the right incision? What are the risks of anesthesia? Can long-term use of Fosamax actually increase risk of fractures? From diet to surgery t...

Lindt & Sprungli and Autism Speaks Celebrate Partnership to Kick-Off Autism Awareness Month

...several 15th-century Italian cathedrals and has served as the entranceway to the historic Villard Mansion since 1882. Today, The New York Palace Hotel gracefully blends the landmark Villard Mansion with a contemporary 55-story tower for the guestrooms that was completed in 1980. December of 2005, The Palace wel...

Spring Shape Up: No More Excuses

...yoga instructor and founder of Zobha yoga and fitness apparel. "Flattering fitness clothes that perform well, wash well and are comfortable move women gracefully from daily errands to deserved exercise and make good financial sense." The survey draws a strong link to the motivational power of a stylish, c...

First national study of diving-related injuries

...ractice among children and adolescents as they dive into more than eight million swimming pools across the United States. Competitive divers strive to gracefully enter the water without making a splash however these athletes, including the future Beijing 2008 Olympians, are not immune to the increase in diving-...

Internationally Renowned Plastic Surgery Coach Wendy Lewis Introduces 'Plastic Makes Perfect: The Complete Cosmetic Beauty Guide'

... essential read for the millions of men and women considering plastic surgery. Lewis, also known as "The Knife Coach(R)," provides insight into ageing gracefully and important steps to take before undergoing a cosmetic procedure. Once the preserve of the super-rich, plastic surgery is an option more people th...

New Surgical Options for Breast Cancer Patients!

...on before and after the diagnosis of breast cancer. Dr. Kind offers a variety of surgical options to help breast cancer patients and survivors recover gracefully from this disease! "As a surgeon, I always educate my patients as to all of their options when dealing with something as serious as mastectomy surger...
Gracefully in Biological News

Aging gracefully requires taking out the trash

La Jolla, CA Suppressing a cellular cleanup-mechanism known as autophagy can accelerate the accumulation of protein aggregates that leads to neural degeneration. In an upcoming issue of Autophagy, scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies report for the first time that the opposite ...

Saving energy and the environment with Flywheels

...y utilized. Most outages are well within a flywheel's capability, but when the outage persists, the flywheel absorbs damaging power abnormalities then gracefully transfers to the generatormeeting emergency power regulations that stipulate gensets must be able to assume the load within 10 seconds. Flywheels also...

Cellulosic biofuel technology will generate low-cost green fuel, says major study

...s would be useful, as would an evaluation of chemicals co-production. "Also, the papers in this special issue do not directly address the issue of gracefully reconciling large-scale biofuel production with competing land use and this clearly needs more study. "Finally, it would be of great value to look ...

How alligators rock and roll

... them shift their lungs backward to dive, forward to surface or sideways to roll. Farmer says the new study asked how gators manage to maneuver so gracefully without the fins and flippers used by fish, seals and other adept swimmers" The secret to their aquatic agility lies in the use of several musc...
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