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Ageing
Ageing (British English) or aging (American English) is the accumulation of changes in a person over time.[1] Ageing in humans refers to a multidimensional process of physical, psychological, and social change. Some dimensions of ageing grow and expand over time, while others decline. Reaction time, for example, may slow with age, while knowledge of world events and wisdom may expand. Research shows that even late in life, potential exists for physical, mental, and social growth and development.[2] Ageing is an important part of all human societies reflecting the biological changes that occur, but also reflecting cultural and societal conventions. Ageing is among the largest known risk factors for most human diseases.[3] Roughly 100,000 people worldwide die each day of age-related causes.[4] Age is measured chronologically, and a person's birthday is often an important event. Population ageing is the increase in the number and proportion of older people in society. Senescence[edit] Related:  medicina & salutewikipedia 2

Hyperlink Middle age Middle age is the period of age beyond young adulthood but before the onset of old age . Various attempts have been made to define this age, which is around the third quarter of the average life span of human beings . Definitions [ edit ] According to Collins Dictionary , this is "... usually considered to occur approximately between the ages of 40 and 60". [ 1 ] The current edition of the Oxford English Dictionary gives a similar definition but with a shorter span: "The period of life between young adulthood and old age, now usually regarded as between about forty-five and sixty." Aging [ edit ] Middle-aged adults often show visible signs of aging such as loss of skin elasticity and graying of the hair . Both male and female fertility declines with advancing age. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] Advanced maternal age increases the risk of a child being born with some disorders such as Down syndrome . See also [ edit ] References [ edit ] ^ middle age . External links [ edit ]

emorroidi (stadi) Baby boomers United States birth rate (births per 1000 population). The red segment from 1946 to 1961 is the postwar baby boom.[1] Baby boomers are people born during the demographic Post–World War II baby boom between the years 1946 and 1964. Baby boomers are associated with a rejection or redefinition of traditional values; however, many commentators have disputed the extent of that rejection, noting the widespread continuity of values with older and younger generations. As a group, they were the wealthiest, most active, and most physically fit generation up to that time, and amongst the first to grow up genuinely expecting the world to improve with time.[4] They were also the generation that received peak levels of income, therefore they could reap the benefits of abundant levels of food, apparel, retirement programs, and sometimes even "midlife crisis" products. The term Generation Jones has sometimes been used to distinguish those born from 1957 onward from the earlier Baby Boomers.[7][8]

sincope da idrocuzione, aka "blocco della digestione" Generation Z Terminology[edit] USA Today sponsored an online contest for readers to choose the name of the next generation after the Millennials. In the article, Bruce Horovitz wrote that some might call the term "Generation Z" rather "off-putting" and a name that is "still in-the-running" for the next generation. In 2013, Jeanine Poggi reported in Ad Age that Nickelodeon channel is looking to serve a new breed of kids born after 2005 who it dubs "post-millennials".[2] "Scholars Generation" was proposed by a writer at A Time to Succeed coalition who "works to ensure that all children in the nation’s high-poverty communities have better learning time in school".[4] Authors William Strauss and Neil Howe wrote several popular books on the subject of generations. Plurals is a name coined by marketing firm Frank N. Traits and trends[edit] See also[edit] Post-90s generation, a generation in China which has features of both the Western Millennial Generation and Generation Z[citation needed] References[edit]

Patch Adams Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Hunter Doherty "Patch" Adams Hunter Doherty "Patch" Adams (Washington, 28 maggio 1945) è un medico, attivista e scrittore statunitense. Ha fondato il Gesundheit! Institute nel 1971. Ogni anno organizza gruppi di volontari, provenienti da tutto il mondo, per recarsi presso vari ospedali di diversi Paesi del mondo, travestiti da clown, con l'obiettivo di far riscoprire l'umorismo agli orfani e agli ammalati. Biografia[modifica | modifica sorgente] La fase giovanile e l’amore per la scienza[modifica | modifica sorgente] Patch Adams è nato il 28 maggio 1945 a Washington D.C.. Tutto un tratto la sua vita cambiò: suo padre, malato di cuore, anche per le devastanti esperienze di guerra, morì per un infarto quando Adams aveva appena 16 anni. Con la madre e il fratello si trasferì in Virginia del Nord e seguirono i 3 anni più tumultuosi della sua vita. Il risveglio spirituale al potere dell’amore[modifica | modifica sorgente] Gli obiettivi del Gesundheit!

Generation X Generation X, commonly abbreviated to Gen X, is the generation born after the Western Post–World War II baby boom. Demographers, historians and commentators use beginning birth dates from the early 1960s to the early 1980s. Origin and etymology[edit] Hungarian photographer Robert Capa initially referred to post-World War II youth as "Generation X" Douglas Coupland popularized the term "Generation X" in a novel about young adults and their lifestyles in the late 1980s. The term Generation X was coined by the Magnum photographer Robert Capa in the early 1950s. Characteristics and definition[edit] Gen X is the generation born after the Western post-World War II baby boom describing a generational change from the Baby Boomers.[8][9][10][11][12][13] In a 2012 article for the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, George Masnick wrote that the "Census counted 82.1 million" Gen Xers in the U.S. The U.S. Economy[edit] Entrepreneurship[edit] United Kingdom[edit] Canada[edit] Notes[edit]

Respiro di Kussmaul Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Dinamica respiratoria normale Respiro di Kussmaul: si segnala la lunga pausa tra gli atti inspiratori ed espiratori Il Respiro di Kussmaul (talvolta chiamato anche respiro grosso) è una forma di respiro patologico associato a acidosi metabolica grave, causata in particolare da chetoacidosi diabetica, o insufficienza renale. È una forma di iperventilazione compensatoria in cui l'aumento della frequenza respiratoria ha lo scopo di incrementare l'eliminazione dell'anidride carbonica per compensare la riduzione del pH del sangue. Caratteristiche[modifica | modifica sorgente] Il respiro di Kussmaul è caratterizzato da atti respiratori molto lenti, ed in particolare da una inspirazione profonda e rumorosa, a cui segue una breve apnea inspiratoria, quindi una espirazione breve e gemente, infine una pausa post-espiratoria decisamente prolungata. Etimologia e cenni storici[modifica | modifica sorgente] Meccanismo[modifica | modifica sorgente]

File:Diadème de limpératrice Eugénie (musée du Louvre) (7166066743).jpg Distorsioni - Lesioni ai legamenti - Sintomi | Asalaser La distorsione si verifica quando un trauma indiretto fa compiere all’articolazione un movimento esagerato rispetto alla sua normale mobilità con una conseguente eccessiva sollecitazione delle strutture articolari e possibile lesione della capsula articolare e dei legamenti. Particolarmente esposte al rischio di distorsioni sono l’articolazione del ginocchio, la caviglia, il gomito, le dita e la colonna vertebrale. Si parla di distorsione di I grado, la “storta”, quando si verifica una semplice distensione dei legamenti o della capsula; il danno è minimo e possono verificarsi solo piccole lacerazioni di alcuni fasci fibrosi. Nella distorsione di II grado si ha una lacerazione parziale delle strutture capsulo-legamentose, mentre nella distorsione di III grado si verifica una rottura completa di queste strutture. Ovviamente i sintomi saranno progressivamente più severi in funzione della gravità del trauma.

List of ethnic, regional, and folk dances by origin This is a list of ethnic, folk, traditional, regional, or otherwise traditionally associated with a particular ethnicity, dances, grouped by ethnicity, country or region. These dances should also be listed on the general, noncategorized index list of specific dances. Afghanistan[edit] Attan Albania[edit] Aragon[edit] Argentina[edit] Armenia[edit] Austria[edit] Azerbaijan[edit] Basque[edit] Bastan Danza Belarus[edit] Lawonicha (Lyavonikha) Brittany[edit] Bulgaria[edit] Cambodia[edit] Khmer[edit] Ramvong Catalonia[edit] Sardana China[edit] Colombia[edit] Croatia[edit] Hrvatsko zagorje[edit] Međimurje[edit] Podravina[edit] Istra[edit] Posavina[edit] Slavonija[edit] Baranja[edit] Lika[edit] Cyprus[edit] Dominican Republic[edit] England[edit] Ethiopia[edit] Dhaanto Finland[edit] France[edit] Galicia[edit] Georgia[edit] Germany[edit] Greece[edit] The following is a list with the most notable dances. Crete[edit] Macedonia[edit] Hungary[edit] India[edit] Indonesia[edit] Acehnese[edit] Balinese[edit] Gayo people[edit] Sundanese[edit] Iran[edit]

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