“Older adults who experience social isolation are at greater risk of depression, cognitive decline and other poor health outcomes,” said study co-author Catherine Pirkle. “We must find innovative ways to maintain connectedness and physical activity, while also following public health guidelines,” Pirkle added. … [Read more...] about Strong relationships boost physical activity in older adults: Study
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This represented a false sense of security and perhaps just a little hubris. The chances of National continuing to hold 45% of the seats at the 2020 election were going to be tough. But the shock of a 15-percentage-point decline in support was clearly too much for the party, and no doubt for many of the list MPs in particular, including senior opposition members Paul Goldsmith and Michael Woodhouse, who risk losing their positions should National’s stocks not improve. … [Read more...] about Can New Zealand’s National party reinvent itself under Todd Muller?
Who counts how much of such adventures have cost investors but they have surely made business models of such companies fatty, Scalable, and profitable. There is a huge rush among advisory and investment management firms to create faceless, quick, ready to use financials tool that promises to multiply your wealth, in recent time much traditional wealth and advisory firms have also started to follow the league like we see the cycle of waves before the cyclone, as it is making business. … [Read more...] about Tech revolution: Human touch will be irreplaceable in financial services
Barack Obama created history by becoming the first African-American to serve as the president of the United States of America. Being an iconic figure in American history, Obama garners people's attention and so does a new biography of him written by Pulitzer Prize winning author David J Garrow. Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama by David J Garrow is a 1460-page voluminous biography of Barack Obama which extensively talks about his formative years and influential figures who helped in the making of an extraordinary leader. The book chronicles, in great detail, Obama’s life-- his tumultuous childhood in Honolulu and Jakarta, being a community organizer on Chicago’s South Side in his formative years, studying at Harvard Law School where he excelled, and how he planned and pursued his political journey in Chicago. The extensive research by Garrow can be seen in the book with more than 1,000 interviews of people who have interacted with Obama in his pre-presidential years. … [Read more...] about Micro review: Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama by David J. Garrow
Glennon Doyle Melton’s memoir Love Warrior is an exploration of the tragic reality of a woman honed painstakingly to a reconciliatory state. Melton’s memoir reveals the story of her past as a pathological bulimic and alcoholic who turned to a sober life in order to get her marriage and consecutive motherhood on proper track. Her story reveals how three kids later, Melton realizes that her husband has also been fighting a dangerous addiction to pornography and sex with strangers. As she kicks him out, Melton resorts to God, goes into therapy, and practises yoga. In these activities, she finds a series of insights that allow her to transform her life. Love Warrior is the compelling tale of a couple’s earnest endeavour to fight against the evils of addiction and rebuild their lives, separately. Finding her husband caught in a web of deceit and sexual encounters, Glennon begins to understand his struggles looking into her own past battles with various addictions. … [Read more...] about Micro review: ‘Love Warrior’ is an inspiring recovery tale of the soul