Roscoe Born, 'Young and the Restless' actor, dead at 69
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New research from Trinity College Dublin suggests that older adults can be more focused, less impeded by anxiety and less mentally restless than younger adults. The team at the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience TCIN today, Wednesday, 10th February, show that older adults appear to mitigate the negative aspects of cognitive decline by increasing motivation and adopting more efficient strategies to suspend the wandering mind when focus is required. The study, published in the journal Psychology and Aging American Psychological Association is the first to adjudicate between competing theories of age-related mind-wandering dominant in the field. It highlights the influential roles of affective and motivational factors in driving age-related differences in unintentional mind-wandering and provide reasons to be less persuaded by previous cognitive resources accounts. The human mind has a natural and frequent tendency to wander. In everyday life, our thoughts often stray from the here-and-now.
The storylines of the soap opera The Young and the Restless have changed over the years since the show debuted in Originally examining the lives of the wealthy Brooks and the poor Fosters, a series of recasts and departures in the early s turned the focus of The Young and the Restless to the Abbotts and the Newmans, including the corporate rivalry between their two respective companies. However, one basic plot that has run throughout almost all of the program's history is the rivalry between Jill Foster Abbott and Katherine Chancellor , similar to the show's sister show, The Bold and the Beautiful, regarding Brooke Logan and Stephanie Forrester.
Restless legs syndrome is a neurological condition that causes an irresistible urge to move the legs. The movement is triggered by strange or uncomfortable feelings, often described as crawling, pulling, or itching, deep within both legs. The feelings usually occur while the affected person is sitting or lying down and are worse at night. Movement, such as kicking, stretching, rubbing, or pacing, make the discomfort go away, at least temporarily.