Brain functioning problems are common among people with HIV, affecting nearly half of people who are positive for the condition, researchers noted. “Exercise as a modifiable lifestyle behavior may reduce or potentially prevent neurocognitive impairment in HIV-infected persons,” study researcher Dr. David J. Moore said in a statement. “Physical exercise, together with other modifiable lifestyle factors such as education, social engagement, cognitive stimulation and diet could be fruitful interventions to support people living with HIV.” The study, published in the Journal of NeuroVirology , included 335 people with HIV. The participants were asked how much they exercised over the last three days so that researchers could classify them as people who were significant exercisers or people who were not. They tested all the study participants on their brain functioning, including learning, information-processing, working memory and motor-functioning.
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Iced teeth and exercise: Inside the lives of two grandfathers living out their golden years in Florida
And one photographer has captured the glitz and glamor, and sheer bizarreness of the move through his beloved subjects – his two grandfathers. Brooklyn-based Harry Griffin titled his series Gold Coast and the images – which include a set of false teeth in a cup of ice and one of the two elderly men dangling upside down in some form of new age exercise experiment – perfectly express his wry humor. He explains that he picked his grandfathers Bill – a former underground filmmaker – and Howard – a sod farmer who grew up on a landlocked houseboat – and their ‘golden years’ in South Florida to explore because they’d both had extraordinary lives. It’s a dream of many to retire to the South Florida coast and one photographer has captured the glitz and glamor, and sheer bizarreness of the move through his beloved subjects – his two grandfathers Brooklyn-based Harry Griffin titled his series Gold Coast after the nickname given to South Florida to represent glitz and glamor The images, which include a set of false teeth in a cup of ice and one of the two elderly men dangling upside down in some form of new age exercise experiment, perfectly express Griffin’s rye humor ‘Gold Coast is a remixing of their histories and personalities through my own interpretation,’ he said in an interview with Featureshoot.com . ‘Bill and Howard are stuck in their bodies, aging in an age when the world is moving exceptionally fast. Surf’s up… and it’s filled full of rubbish!
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