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Nominations sought for Senior Hall of Fame
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 14:37

The State Department of Aging has issued a call for nominations for outstanding older individuals to be inducted into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.

The hall honors Ohioans age 60 and older for their extraordinary achievements and contributions. Individuals and organizations interested in nominating a neighbor, colleague, family member or friend may do so online at www.aging.ohio.gov/news/nominations/. The department will accept nominations through Aug. 15. Honorees will be inducted to the Hall of Fame in the spring of 2010.

“Members of the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame have made a difference in the lives of those around them,” said Barbara E. Riley, director of the department. “They are ordinary people who do extraordinary things. They have shaped communities, influenced industry, helped the arts flourish and so much more. We know most Ohioans know of at least one person who deserves this honor, and we hope they will take the time to nominate him or her.”

 
Who’s to blame for those pesky gray hairs?
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 14:36

(SPM Wire) Can you blame a lifetime of annoying jobs, unruly kids and family emergencies for your silver-streaked head of hair?

It turns out that those ever-multiplying graying hairs that tend to crop up with age really are signs of stress, reveals new research recently published in the science and medical journal, “Cell.” 

However, the stress in question is stress on cells in your body, not necessarily the family and work stress over your lifetime. 

According to researchers at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, “the DNA in [our body’s] cells is under constant attack” from such damaging agents as chemicals, ultraviolet light and ionizing radiation.

 
AAA promoting brain fitness to make roads safer
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 14:35

AAA Northwest Ohio is offering a new software program that improves driver safety by improving the minds of drivers.

The software, DriveSharp, is produced by Posit Science, the leading developer of brain fitness programs. DriveSharp is a set of game-like computer exercises shown in studies to improve reaction time, reduce crash risk and increase control in most driving conditions.

After thorough review, DriveSharp is being recommended by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and is being distributed by AAA Northwest Ohio.

 
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