The Wall Street Journal: Recent research into how emotions change with age may be able to help people lead healthier and longer lives and bring about new treatments for depression in the elderly.Like people’s bodies, emotions change over time. Older people for the most part have far fewer negative feelings, such as worry and stress, than do younger people, studies show.The elderly learn to disentangle themselves from feelings of negativity and seem to focus more on present situations that bring pleasure, rather than on the future, researchers say. They also tend to process negative information less deeply than positive information.By contrast, positive feelings such as enjoyment and happiness change very little from the time a person is in his youth until old age.Read the whole story: The Wall Street Journal More of our Members in the Media >
Luxembourg-based Logwin, said the move gives it entry to what it sees as an “attractive market”, with the deal also “reinforcing its regional position in the Oceania region”.SCI, a subsidiary of Auckland-based Supply Chain Solutions, operates five branches in Australia and currently offers services in the movement of project cargoes worldwide.Logwin said the acquisition both expands its presence in the global air and sea freight arena and allows SCI’s customers access to its own international network. www.supplyci.comwww.logwin-logistics.com
There was music, food and an auction at the former West La Follette School Cafeteria to raise money for Ford and his family. The Ford’s three teenage boys, Landyn, Ryland and Lucas, were on hand and passed along a “thank you” to all who helped make the event such a success. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/13/2020-6AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF DAVID GRAHAM) Share this:FacebookTwitter LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Friends and family members hosted a fundraiser Saturday for Jeff Ford and his family. Ford has been hospitalized since May battling for his life after suffering a heart attack.Doris Ann Janeway was one of the organizers of the successful event.The fundraising event started Saturday at 12:30 pm and a couple of hours later, more than $10,000 had been raised.New River Rising (above) and the Roberts Sisters (below) were among the many performers at the Ford fundraiser. Dustin Ford, Joseph Hensley and David Graham also performed.