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Fitness and brain preservation

Irisine is a hormone known a few years ago and produced by the muscle in response to physical, aerobic, strength or high intensity exercise. Its...

Benefits of a walk

Benefits of a walk Geniuses are people who bring great advances to the knowledge of humanity. If you would like inspiration in your intellectual work...

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Wand Fight Team raises two thousand dollars and donates to Mitchell’s Journey Foundation to assist kids suffering from DMD

Wand Fight Team Gym did a fundraiser during the month of October to assist kids suffering from Duchenne ‘s Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), an hereditary disease that causes progressive weakness in the muscles. Several prizes were raffled including, a bicycle, boxing gloves signed by former UFC fighter and Pride legend...

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Reader’s letters: Unlimited violence by Mr. Alexandre Sonchin

Recently, my 6-year-old daughter and I were the victims of an attempted armed robbery practically in front of the school where my daughter studies. It was just before the students were let out, and luckily nothing happened to us, but this was only possible due to the fact that we own an armored vehicle. Violence is really limitless. The fact that criminals are near children's schools where they can find their victims in a much more fragile state is extremely worrying. Fathers and mothers leave their children, their most valuable possession, in the crosshairs of criminals’ guns. Having an armored car currently in a city like São Paulo is no longer a luxury item but a security item. The simple fact was...

Fitness and brain preservation

Irisine is a hormone known a few years ago and produced by the muscle in response to physical, aerobic, strength or high intensity exercise. Its action protects the body from all kinds of diseases, especially metabolic diseases. It has recently been found that in addition to obesity and diabetes, this hormone is associated with telomeres enlargement. Telomers are the ends of chromosomes that get shorter with age, but if preserved, according to Nobel Prize 2009, Elisabeth Blackburn, avoid aging and increased exposure to diseases. Irisine, like IRIS, the messenger goddess, plays this role in the context of diseases related to caloric excess such as obesity and diabetes. Recent studies indicate that their presence prevents numerous physical and mental illnesses. In Alzheimer's disease, brain...

Brazilian Protest March

Brazilians, with police approval, protested yesterday on Fremont Street, in defense of the Lava Jato Operation. They demonstrated during the March that they do not accept corruption and do not want Brazil to become a Bolivarian Republic like Venezuela Eliana Camargo and Charles Saba Text and Photos

WHEN THE UNIVERSE CONSCIOUSLY FAVORS

As Brazil crosses one of the most difficult pages of its recent history, when cities and entire states lose control of organized crime and are forced to accept interventionist measures, without which they would succumb to crime once and for all, that it is always possible to find a new alternative capable of restoring peace and hope.  The Brazilian press, which is totally focused on corruption, violence and the electoral process, and that could not be any different, hardly noticed the importance of a discreet injection of new blood into the Brazilian public security structure.  In assuming the Government of Santa Catarina, due to the absence of the incumbent who will run for a seat in the Senate, Eduardo Pinho Moreira,...

Benefits of a walk

Benefits of a walk Geniuses are people who bring great advances to the knowledge of humanity. If you would like inspiration in your intellectual work and want to get up for a walk, do it. As Zaria Gorvett of bbc.com writes, Einstein did every day a walk of a mile and a half when he was at Princeton University, and Darwin did 45 minute walks three times a day. Walking,, in addition to maintaining the health of the body, boosts memory, creativity and problem solving. It causes the brain to temporarily slow down activities related to language, memory and judgment and adopt a different thinking style that can lead to insights that would not happen at the desk. Walking does not...

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