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SAN DIEGO ― Super agers, the group of elderly people whose memory performance seems to defy aging , just produced another surprise for scientists: They can have numerous amyloid plaques in their brains, which is a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, yet their memory is unaffected. It’s as if they are somehow protected from the toxic effects of the plaques
“Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete? Proving nature’s laws wrong it learned how to walk without having feet.” – Tupac Shakur The late Tupac Shakur’s poem has always resonated with me. His words speak to the underdog, the overlooked and unsung hero, who finds a way to grow and thrive, against the harshest odds.
The Unicorn is a Mythical Beast. James Thurber, The Unicorn in the Garden Although my readers do not come to this space to get ideas for vacations they may wish to take, many of my readers may be looking for respite after suffering through the last 12 months of what is known as presidential politics
Electing the country’s first female president is going to be a ground breaking accomplishment. What it will mean for us here in America, and to people around the world, to see a woman serving as Commander-in-Chief will be powerful. Electing Hillary will change the way women are viewed as leaders and pave the way for other women to serve in elected office
Alfred Olango was shot and killed by a cop in El Cajon, California in September. Now, his father is launching a new foundation to help bring about police reform. Richard Olango announced the formation of the “Alfred Olango Unity and Justice Foundation” on Saturday in San Diego where he said the city will serve as the headquarters for the organization, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Olango delivered the news at an event hosted in honor of the International Day of Remembrance for Victims of Police Brutality. According to the Union-Tribune , Olango said he plans to help improve police training by focusing on areas relating to psychology, human behavior, criminal justice and discipline
Apple was as much of a wake up call to today’s design world as Sputnik was, in the last century, to the field of space exploration – no more “business as usual.” Overnight, everyone from corporations and governments to educational institutions and NGOs scrambled to get up to speed with the more design-centric organizations such as Apple, Nike, BMW and IKEA. A favored way to ramp up was to hire consultancies like IDEO, Frog or DesignworksUSA to develop one’s design strategy. Today, a better approach may be to systematically build design and innovation capabilities into the fabric of one’s organizational culture
The president of the largest police organization in the country issued an apology on Monday to communities of color for the “historic mistreatment” they have suffered at the hands of law enforcement officers. Terrence Cunningham, the police chief of Wellesley, Massachusetts, delivered the apology during a speech at the International Association of Chiefs of Police convention in San Diego
An African gray parrot known for its very filthy mouth may be a key witness to the killing of his owner.
I was hugely dismayed to walk into a local doctor’s office recently and see the following sign: Please be advised that your waiting time could be extensive. If you are unable to continue your wait, please let the receptionist know and she will reschedule your appointment. Thank you for your understanding and patience as the doctor takes the time to provide excellent medical care to all
Anyone considering travel to the equatorial regions of the Americas has in recent days undoubtedly been advised of the appearance of an unwelcome new addition to the litany of potential health threats in the region — the Zika virus.
TOP STORIES A STATE OF THE UNION FOCUSED ON KEEPING THE COUNTRY UNIFIED “President Barack Obama put the American people on notice Tuesday night that a dark future awaited American democracy if its citizens didn’t begin to come together rather than retreat into ethnic or religious corners.” Check out the top moments from the State of the Union, as well as the full text of Obama’s speech . Plus here’s how Obama , and the Republican Party , took aim at Donald Trump last night.
Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Mike Munchak has absolutely no chill. Towards the end of the first quarter of the Steelers’ Wild Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night, Munchak yanked a handful of Bengals safety Reggie Nelson’s dreadlocks. Nelson barrelled into the Steelers’ sidelines after pushing running back Jordan Todman out-of-bounds. Munchak may have felt like Nelson unnecessarily shoved his running back into the sideline — Todman was nearly out-out-bounds when Nelson hit him, and the extra push sent Todman crashing into the bench. Todman should have been the star of the play for his darting run, but one of his coaches overreacted to a bit of chippiness on Nelson’s part.
“Wisdom is knowing I am nothing, Love is knowing I am everything, and between the two my life moves.” Nisargadatta Maharaj From the fourth perspective you look at the world through the mind; from the fifth perspective, you look at the world through the heart. In the fourth perspective you identify with no one; in the fifth perspective, you identify with everyone. The fourth perspective is wisdom; the fifth perspective is compassion
Jessica Simpson knows the power of a great little black dress. The 35-year-old stepped out on Saturday night for a night in New York City with husband Eric Johnson. Simpson wore a sexy black frock which featured a short hemline and leather accents on the torso, and it appears she opted to go braless.
A few months ago I was asked to write endorsement for a forthcoming book called Pound for Pound: A Story of One Woman’s Recovery and the Shelter Dogs Who Loved Her Back to Life by Shannon Kopp, and I was hesitant because my desk was overflowing with other “stuff” that needed to be done. I’m sure you all know the story — how can I possibly do any more? But, something about the book’s description caught my eye and heart, and I thought about it and then said “yes,” and I’m sure glad that I did.
The scent of curry wafted from a conference hall in Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday as thousands lined up for a free meal at the Parliament of the World’s Religions , an international gathering that, every five years, brings together thousands of people from different religious and spiritual traditions. Nishkam Centre, a U.K.-based Sikh organization, hosted the free lunch with the help of dozens of volunteers
Reap the rewards of the harvest season with our favorite fall beers. Boasting full-bodied, malty flavor along with classic autumn ingredients like pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg, these seasonal sippers are sure to warm you up on a brisk fall evening
Nature can teach us wonderful business lessons, if we just pay attention. On one of the greatest road trips of my lifetime (2.5 weeks from Seattle down to San Diego), with one of the best friends that a girl could ask for, I found myself hiking at the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon.
This piece was co-authored by Jodi Hobbs, the founder and President of the Survivors of Institutional Abuse (SIA) organization, which provides healing services to a national network of survivors At one Southern California boot camp designed to help at-risk youth, a 16-year-old boy had reportedly been placed “in a dark room and beaten” and a 14-year-old girl arrived home “with bruises covering her arms.” Another child had broken bones. Staff purportedly threatened children that they “would be found and get hurt badly” if they exposed the truth.
There is so much to do in California, it’s no wonder why so many people make it their summer vacation destination. The challenge lies in just trying to decide where to go in this great state! Everyone knows the three big cities, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego, but you may want to consider some of the smaller cities that really represent the iconic California beach vibe. So, with the help of some other awesome travelers, I’m taking you on a drive down the California coast, but we’ll jump over to a famous hot spot in the desert too! So, without further ado, I bring you: 5 Sunny California cities you should definitely not miss.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A 92-year-old cancer survivor rocked her way into the record books Sunday, becoming the oldest woman to finish a marathon. Harriette Thompson of Charlotte, North Carolina, completed Sunday’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in San Diego in 7 hours, 24 minutes, 36 seconds
The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that a state law barring sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park is unconstitutional. The ruling immediately affects only San Diego County, where the case originated, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, but will “almost certainly apply to other densely populated counties .” More…
U.S. military branches share photos from around the globe to Flickr accounts, giving us a unique look into the day-to-day lives of military personnel. During the month of February, the images came from San Diego, Germany, Kuwait and everywhere in between.
LOS ANGELES, Feb 27 (Reuters) – U.S. customs officers at a California border crossing seized more than 15 tons of marijuana hidden inside a tractor-trailer shipment designated as a cargo of mattresses, the biggest narcotics bust ever at that port of entry, officials said on Friday
After a grueling three-day trip from San Diego to Detroit, Laurin Crosson was struck by the lights, glitter and banners, which festooned the city for Super Bowl XL in 2006. But those fleeting images from the window of her pimp’s Escalade was the only glimpse she’d get of the mega sporting event. “The whole town was lit up,” Crosson, now 48, told The Huffington Post
CORONADO, Calif. (AP) — The Republican National Committee’s executive committee voted Wednesday to censure Michigan Republican Dave Agema and seek his resignation after he linked to a racist article from Facebook. At the outset of the RNC’s winter meeting near San Diego, Chairman Reince Preibus said the committeeman’s “history of harmful and offensive rhetoric” has no place in the party
As the world processes the devastating mass shooting Wednesday in the Paris offices of the satirical paper Charlie Hebdo, cartoonists around the world are making sense of the death of their colleagues in France. The code of the political cartoonist is universally held from Sudan to San Diego: at its core, a commitment to clever, useful, and often unwelcome expression. Nowhere is this tenet more important and difficult to uphold than in countries where regimes and dictators rely on a fearful media
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES, Oct 4 (Reuters) – The fall season has brought a wave of hot, dry weather to California, with parts of the state baking this weekend in triple-digit temperatures and officials expressing concern the summer-like heat could spark a massive wildfire. The scorching temperatures came from a high pressure system in the U.S
There are Do Not Enter signs all over this one.
BANGKOK (AP) — A Lao air force plane carrying senior government officials crashed Saturday, killing at least five people on board, including the country’s defense minister, Thai officials said. The Russian-made plane, believed to have had about 20 people on board, left from the capital, Vientiane, early Saturday morning headed for an official ceremony in the northeastern province of Xiangkhoung, about 470 kilometers (290 miles) away, said Thai Foreign Ministry spokesman Sek Wannamethee. It crashed in a forested area of Xiangkhoung province, near one of Laos’ major archaeological sites, the Plain of Jars.
Juan Martín Montes | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, martes 12 de Noviembre del 2013 Los ‘All Whites’ reconocieron esta tarde la cancha del Azteca El entrenador de la Selección de Nueva Zelanda, Ricki Herbert, reconoció que enfrentar al Tricolor en el Repechaje es un “hell of a challenge”: un reto del demonio. Sin embargo, recordó que para ellos clasificar a un Mundial, regularmente es casi una misión imposible pero que hoy a favor tienen confianza y la gran presión que vive la Selección Mexicana
Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, domingo 20 de Octubre del 2013 El debut de Miguel Herrera como timonel del Tri será ante Finlandia Tras la destitución de Víctor Manuel Vucetich del banquillo tricolor, este domingo se presentará en el Centro de Alto Rendimiento a Miguel Herrera como el nuevo Director Técnico de la Selección Mexicana. Aunado a ello, Herrera presentará su primera lista como seleccionador nacional para el partido amistoso ante Finlandia en San Diego, Estados Unidos. La lista no estará integrada por los mexicanos que militan en el extranjero por no ser Fecha FIFA.
Juan Martín Montes | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Nueva Jersey, EUA, martes 13 de Agosto del 2013 El ‘Chaco’ buscará darle consistencia al aporte ‘foráneo’ en el Tri, cuando se estrene este miércoles como seleccionado nacional Desde el debut goleador de Guillermo Franco, hasta las grises presentaciones de Damián Álvarez o Lucas Ayala. Los primeros partidos con el Tricolor de los elementos naturalizados en las últimas décadas han sido de distinto calibre, a pesar de que la mayoría de ellos han sido titulares el día en que estrenaron la camiseta verde. Este miércoles podría darse el debut de Christian Giménez con la Selección Mexicana, sin antecedentes que sean tendencia y le estorben demasiado, aunque sí con ejemplos inspiradores, como los de Franco o Antonio Naelson “Sinha”.
Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, martes 17 de Julio del 2012 El jugador aceptó interés por jugar en León, pero la Directiva no estuvo interesada Agradeció a su familia por sus 18 años en el balompié profesional Este martes y después de 18 años de participar en el futbol profesional, Duilio Davino dijo adiós al balompié en una conferencia de prensa celebrada en su natal León, Guanajuato.
Jonathan Collazo | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, sábado 7 de Julio del 2012 El estratega aseguró que ya se tenía previsto reforzar al plantel para el Apertura 2012 Reconoció que fue un desacuerdo contractual el que lo obligó a dejar el cargo El DT zacatecano dijo que le quedó una espina clavada por no llevar a los Tuzos al título A Efraín Flores, ex técnico de los Tuzos, no le extraña que el equipo hidalguense haya hecho una fuerte inversión para reforzarse rumbo al Torneo Apertura 2012 y pese a que su salida del club se debió a un aspecto económico con la Directiva, él no le tiene rencor aunque sí se quedó con una espina clavada por no haber llevado al Pachuca al título. El estratega zacatecano, que dirigió al conjunto blanquiazul en el Clausura 2011, Apertura 2011 y el Clausura 2012, dijo que los planes para reforzar al equipo no son nuevos, ya que la Directiva y el Cuerpo Técnico los tenían previstos desde que él estaba al mando, y no lo atribuye al hecho de que haya llegado Hugo Sánchez al mando
Filed under: NFL , NFL Videos Peyton Manning Peyton Manning recibió el sello de aprobación de John Elway y éste al quarterback que piensa que llevará a los Broncos de Denver a la tierra prometida. Ahora resta por ver si el cuello de Manning que fue operado en varias ocasiones secundará el plan.
Filed under: Fútbol , Ronaldinho , Juegos Olímpicos Ronaldinho fue incluido en la lista preliminar de futbolistas convocados por Brasil para disputar los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres . El técnico Mano Menezes anunció el miércoles que el astro del Flamengo está en la lista inicial de 51 jugadores. Otros jugadores mayores de 23 años que fueron incluidos son el portero Julio César (Inter), el defensor Thiago Silva (Milan), el lateral Dani Alves (Barcelona), el zaguero David Luiz (Chelsea) y el delantero Hulk (Porto)
Filed under: Cheerleaders , NFL , NFL fotos La pasión en todo deporte, además del propio juego y sus deportistas, lo dan las bellezas que acompañan jornada tras jornada a sus equipos favoritos. No sólo en el fútbol (soccer) encontramos mujeres de gran belleza animando a sus escuadras, las tenemos también en esta postemporada de la NFL . Denver, Jacksonville, Miami, San Diego, Nueva Inglaterra, Pittsburgh y Chicago, entre otros equipos , tienen la fortuna de contar entre sus filas con bellezas quel eponen el sabor a lose encuentros que semana tras semana se llevan a cabo en las Conferencias Americana y Nacional.