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” We missed you ! “ This sentence that we read on shop windows after the deconfinements was the mantra of the openings, Wednesday, October 13, of the Frieze and Frieze Masters fairs, which end on Sunday, October 17, in London. Despite a rate of contamination by Covid-19 still high in England, visitors fell off the mask, too happy to relive the “life before”.

The pandemic and its good resolutions have indeed changed nothing, under the two white tents deployed in Regent’s Park. On the contemporary side, a crowd almost as dense as for the 2019 edition thronged the aisles. The health restrictions imposed on entry into the UK had not discouraged all the VIPs of the arty jet set. As always, on the “Masters” side (specializing in ancient art), the atmosphere is more subdued, but those who must be here are there. On opening night, the most powerful galleries reported that business had resumed.

Business as usual ? Not quite. Because, in two years, the world has changed, let alone seen from the United Kingdom. Brexit complicates the movement of people, but also that of works, turning each passage through customs into a bureaucratic nightmare. Several foreign galleries have also closed their representation in London, such as Marian Goodman, Tornabuoni Art and Cortesi. Societal changes have deeply shaken the fair, which for a long time had cultivated an eccentricity mixed with bling-bling vulgarity. The bottom of the air is black now.

Visible opportunism

Violence against women, for example, can be read on a tent by Lebanese Mounira Al Solh, who collected the words and cries of abused women, then embroidered them. The fall of Afghanistan also arises, with the shadow of the Taliban fundamentalists who are embodied in an old canvas, dated 2002, by Malcolm Morley, representing an Afghan family, the woman drowned under a blue burqa.

Other women occupy the stand of the Mor Charpentier gallery: photographed by Teresa Margolles, these courageous women try to survive on the border between Colombia and Venezuela. Elsewhere, we promote the “wife of” or “ex-wife of”, such as the American painter Nancy Graves, visible on the stand of Ceysson & Bénétière, who shared the life of sculptor Richard Serra for five years.

But not all artists deserve a resurrection, and not all facets of a work, no matter how important, are not worth illuminating. At Frieze Masters, for example, the figurative drawings of the Lebanese Huguette Caland do not measure up to the subversive abstractions, crossed by desire, which have made her famous. Likewise, Janet Sobel, presented by The Gallery of Everything, is not “The most important surrealist painter”, as the dealer Sidney Janis liked to say in 1946 …

You have 38.51% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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” We missed you ! “ This sentence that we read on shop windows after the deconfinements was the mantra of the openings, Wednesday, October 13, of the Frieze and Frieze Masters fairs, which end on Sunday, October 17, in London. Despite a rate of contamination by Covid-19 still high in England, visitors fell off the mask, too happy to relive the “life before”.

The pandemic and its good resolutions have indeed changed nothing, under the two white tents deployed in Regent’s Park. On the contemporary side, a crowd almost as dense as for the 2019 edition thronged the aisles. The health restrictions imposed on entry into the UK had not discouraged all the VIPs of the arty jet set. As always, on the “Masters” side (specializing in ancient art), the atmosphere is more subdued, but those who must be here are there. On opening night, the most powerful galleries reported that business had resumed.

Business as usual ? Not quite. Because, in two years, the world has changed, let alone seen from the United Kingdom. Brexit complicates the movement of people, but also that of works, turning each passage through customs into a bureaucratic nightmare. Several foreign galleries have also closed their representation in London, such as Marian Goodman, Tornabuoni Art and Cortesi. Societal changes have deeply shaken the fair, which for a long time had cultivated an eccentricity mixed with bling-bling vulgarity. The bottom of the air is black now.

Visible opportunism

Violence against women, for example, can be read on a tent by Lebanese Mounira Al Solh, who collected the words and cries of abused women, then embroidered them. The fall of Afghanistan also arises, with the shadow of the Taliban fundamentalists who are embodied in an old canvas, dated 2002, by Malcolm Morley, representing an Afghan family, the woman drowned under a blue burqa.

Other women occupy the stand of the Mor Charpentier gallery: photographed by Teresa Margolles, these courageous women try to survive on the border between Colombia and Venezuela. Elsewhere, we promote the “wife of” or “ex-wife of”, such as the American painter Nancy Graves, visible on the stand of Ceysson & Bénétière, who shared the life of sculptor Richard Serra for five years.

But not all artists deserve a resurrection, and not all facets of a work, no matter how important, are not worth illuminating. At Frieze Masters, for example, the figurative drawings of the Lebanese Huguette Caland do not measure up to the subversive abstractions, crossed by desire, which have made her famous. Likewise, Janet Sobel, presented by The Gallery of Everything, is not “The most important surrealist painter”, as the dealer Sidney Janis liked to say in 1946 …

You have 38.51% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634287076) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(45) "In China, energy restrictions weigh on growth" ["link"]=> string(64) "https://movs.world/in-china-energy-restrictions-weigh-on-growth/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:34:50 +0000" ["category"]=> string(40) "PlanetChinaenergyGrowthrestrictionsweigh" ["guid"]=> string(64) "https://movs.world/in-china-energy-restrictions-weigh-on-growth/" ["description"]=> string(581) "A coal-fired power plant near Datong, in China’s northern Shanxi province, in November 2015. GREG BAKER / AFP European companies based in China have sounded the alarm: repeated power cuts are all the more difficult to manage when information falls on the same day. “Many companies have to delay deliveries, their customers are so unhappy ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3974) "

European companies based in China have sounded the alarm: repeated power cuts are all the more difficult to manage when information falls on the same day. “Many companies have to delay deliveries, their customers are so unhappy that some may have to cancel orders”, described Klaus Zenkel, vice president of the European Chamber of Commerce in charge of southern China, Wednesday, October 13. The energy crisis that has hit China since the end of August penalizes the economy, to the point that the IMF has revised its growth estimate for the country from 8.1% to 8% in 2021.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers China suffers biggest electricity shortages in recent history

Energy supplies improved slightly in China, after several catastrophic days in late September that saw entire cities plunged into darkness, including traffic lights. Since then, the Chinese authorities have made it the top priority. From October 15, electricity producers will be able to sell their energy 20% more expensive than the tariff set by the State and thus pass on to their customers part of the costs of raw materials, which have soared in recent months. In September, factory price inflation already reached 10.7%, its highest level in China since this measure was introduced in 1996.

At the origin of the power cuts, the lack of coal

At the origin of the power cuts which hit most of the Chinese provinces, the lack of coal. The faster-than-expected recovery of the global economy led to strong demand for Chinese manufactures: in September, exports rose 28.1% year-on-year. All over the world, commodity prices have jumped. In China, where coal still represents 57.7% of energy production, it is the price per tonne of this ore that matters most: it has tripled in the past year to exceed 1,640 yuan on October 13. “There was a mismatch between demand and supply. On the one hand, coal prices are rising, on the other hand, electricity prices are set by the state. As a result, the power plants found themselves losing money, explains Yan Qin, senior analyst for research firm Refinitiv. They hesitated to replenish their coal stocks, and even voluntarily reduced their energy production, rather than producing at a loss. “

At the end of September, the NDRC, the commission responsible for planning the economy, called on coal mines to step up production. But this week, Shanxi, the country’s second-largest producing province, had to close 60 mines following heavy flooding. Several of them have yet to reopen. In anticipation of the cold season, which is now starting in northern China, the authorities have also called on the power plants to “ do everything To ensure their stock of coal.

You have 36.22% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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European companies based in China have sounded the alarm: repeated power cuts are all the more difficult to manage when information falls on the same day. “Many companies have to delay deliveries, their customers are so unhappy that some may have to cancel orders”, described Klaus Zenkel, vice president of the European Chamber of Commerce in charge of southern China, Wednesday, October 13. The energy crisis that has hit China since the end of August penalizes the economy, to the point that the IMF has revised its growth estimate for the country from 8.1% to 8% in 2021.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers China suffers biggest electricity shortages in recent history

Energy supplies improved slightly in China, after several catastrophic days in late September that saw entire cities plunged into darkness, including traffic lights. Since then, the Chinese authorities have made it the top priority. From October 15, electricity producers will be able to sell their energy 20% more expensive than the tariff set by the State and thus pass on to their customers part of the costs of raw materials, which have soared in recent months. In September, factory price inflation already reached 10.7%, its highest level in China since this measure was introduced in 1996.

At the origin of the power cuts, the lack of coal

At the origin of the power cuts which hit most of the Chinese provinces, the lack of coal. The faster-than-expected recovery of the global economy led to strong demand for Chinese manufactures: in September, exports rose 28.1% year-on-year. All over the world, commodity prices have jumped. In China, where coal still represents 57.7% of energy production, it is the price per tonne of this ore that matters most: it has tripled in the past year to exceed 1,640 yuan on October 13. “There was a mismatch between demand and supply. On the one hand, coal prices are rising, on the other hand, electricity prices are set by the state. As a result, the power plants found themselves losing money, explains Yan Qin, senior analyst for research firm Refinitiv. They hesitated to replenish their coal stocks, and even voluntarily reduced their energy production, rather than producing at a loss. “

At the end of September, the NDRC, the commission responsible for planning the economy, called on coal mines to step up production. But this week, Shanxi, the country’s second-largest producing province, had to close 60 mines following heavy flooding. Several of them have yet to reopen. In anticipation of the cold season, which is now starting in northern China, the authorities have also called on the power plants to “ do everything To ensure their stock of coal.

You have 36.22% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634286890) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(84) "The suspect in the archery attack in Norway has been turned over to medical services" ["link"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/the-suspect-in-the-archery-attack-in-norway-has-been-turned-over-to-medical-services/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:29:10 +0000" ["category"]=> string(60) "InternationalarcheryattackmedicalNorwayservicessuspectturned" ["guid"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/the-suspect-in-the-archery-attack-in-norway-has-been-turned-over-to-medical-services/" ["description"]=> string(665) "Of Danish nationality, Espen Andersen Brathen grew up in Norway and spent most of his adult life in Kongsberg, a town of 25,000 inhabitants in southwestern Norway, where he carried out the attack. PAL NORDSETH / AP The 37-year-old who confessed to being the author of an archery attack in Norway that left five dead ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5093) "

The 37-year-old who confessed to being the author of an archery attack in Norway that left five dead and three injured on Thursday, has been handed over to health services “After an assessment of his condition”, announced Friday, October 15, the prosecutor in charge of the case, Ann Iren Svane Mathiassen. Doubts hang over the mental health, and therefore criminal liability, of Espen Andersen Brathen. He began Thursday to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, the conclusions of which should take several months.

A Danish citizen, Mr. Brathen grew up in Norway and spent most of his adult life in Kongsberg, a town of 25,000 in southwestern Norway, where he carried out the attack. A judge is due to rule on his pre-trial detention on Friday, without the suspect’s physical presence.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Norway archery suspect converted to Islam and followed for radicalization

Authorities have requested four weeks’ detention, the first two of which are in solitary confinement. In the event of a positive decision, he would not be imprisoned but left under the responsibility of doctors, said the prosecutor.

If the attacks bear the mark of a “Terrorist act”, according to them, the Norwegian authorities do not rule out the possibility of mental disorders either. “There is no doubt that the act itself has appearances which suggest that it may be a terrorist act, but it is now important that the investigation progress and that the motivations of the suspect be clarified”Norwegian intelligence chief (Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste, PST) Hans Sverre Sjovol said on Thursday. “This is a person who has been going back and forth in the health system for a while”, he also insisted.

Panic scenes

According to the regional police chief, Ole Bredrup Sæverud, Mr Brathen, a convert to Islam, was being followed up, due to “Fears linked to radicalization”. Mr. Sjovol also said that the intelligence services “Knew” the suspect, without specifying the information available to the PST, nor any specific measures taken.

Kongsberg police were alerted at 6:13 p.m. on Wednesday by witnesses, having seen a man armed with a bow and arrows shooting at passers-by near a supermarket, causing scenes of panic. The suspect was arrested thirty-four minutes later. According to the police, he also wore “Other weapons” and he killed several of the victims in their homes. They are four women and a man, aged 50 to 70.

Several planned Islamist attacks have been foiled in Norway in the past. But the country has been bereaved by two far-right attacks in the past decade. On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people by detonating a bomb near the seat of government in Oslo, killing eight, before opening fire on a Labor Youth rally on the island of Utoya, causing 69 other victims.

In August 2019, Philip Manshaus shot in a mosque near Oslo, before being overpowered by worshipers, without causing serious injuries.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Norway, the lasting aftermath of the Utoya terrorist attack

The World with AFP

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The 37-year-old who confessed to being the author of an archery attack in Norway that left five dead and three injured on Thursday, has been handed over to health services “After an assessment of his condition”, announced Friday, October 15, the prosecutor in charge of the case, Ann Iren Svane Mathiassen. Doubts hang over the mental health, and therefore criminal liability, of Espen Andersen Brathen. He began Thursday to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, the conclusions of which should take several months.

A Danish citizen, Mr. Brathen grew up in Norway and spent most of his adult life in Kongsberg, a town of 25,000 in southwestern Norway, where he carried out the attack. A judge is due to rule on his pre-trial detention on Friday, without the suspect’s physical presence.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Norway archery suspect converted to Islam and followed for radicalization

Authorities have requested four weeks’ detention, the first two of which are in solitary confinement. In the event of a positive decision, he would not be imprisoned but left under the responsibility of doctors, said the prosecutor.

If the attacks bear the mark of a “Terrorist act”, according to them, the Norwegian authorities do not rule out the possibility of mental disorders either. “There is no doubt that the act itself has appearances which suggest that it may be a terrorist act, but it is now important that the investigation progress and that the motivations of the suspect be clarified”Norwegian intelligence chief (Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste, PST) Hans Sverre Sjovol said on Thursday. “This is a person who has been going back and forth in the health system for a while”, he also insisted.

Panic scenes

According to the regional police chief, Ole Bredrup Sæverud, Mr Brathen, a convert to Islam, was being followed up, due to “Fears linked to radicalization”. Mr. Sjovol also said that the intelligence services “Knew” the suspect, without specifying the information available to the PST, nor any specific measures taken.

Kongsberg police were alerted at 6:13 p.m. on Wednesday by witnesses, having seen a man armed with a bow and arrows shooting at passers-by near a supermarket, causing scenes of panic. The suspect was arrested thirty-four minutes later. According to the police, he also wore “Other weapons” and he killed several of the victims in their homes. They are four women and a man, aged 50 to 70.

Several planned Islamist attacks have been foiled in Norway in the past. But the country has been bereaved by two far-right attacks in the past decade. On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people by detonating a bomb near the seat of government in Oslo, killing eight, before opening fire on a Labor Youth rally on the island of Utoya, causing 69 other victims.

In August 2019, Philip Manshaus shot in a mosque near Oslo, before being overpowered by worshipers, without causing serious injuries.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Norway, the lasting aftermath of the Utoya terrorist attack

The World with AFP

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634286550) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(69) "The first Arab mission to Mars is delivering some interesting science" ["link"]=> string(89) "https://movs.world/the-first-arab-mission-to-mars-is-delivering-some-interesting-science/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:21:40 +0000" ["category"]=> string(48) "SpaceArabdeliveringinterestingMarsmissionscience" ["guid"]=> string(89) "https://movs.world/the-first-arab-mission-to-mars-is-delivering-some-interesting-science/" ["description"]=> string(675) "Enlarge / New whole-hemisphere image of Mars captured by the UAE “Hope” probe. Emirates Mars Mission Since arriving at Mars eight months ago, the Emirates Mars Mission has quietly begun to deliver some intriguing scientific data about the Martian atmosphere and its weather patterns. Named “Hope,” the probe is in a relatively high orbit, varying ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5476) "
Enlarge / New whole-hemisphere image of Mars captured by the UAE “Hope” probe.

Emirates Mars Mission

Since arriving at Mars eight months ago, the Emirates Mars Mission has quietly begun to deliver some intriguing scientific data about the Martian atmosphere and its weather patterns.

Named “Hope,” the probe is in a relatively high orbit, varying in altitude above Mars from 20,000 to 43,000 km. This vantage point allows the spacecraft to see an entire hemisphere at a time. For much of this year, then, the Hope probe has been training its multi-band imager, infrared spectrometer, and ultraviolet spectrometer on Mars to collect data about the planet’s atmosphere and resulting weather conditions.

The project was financed by the United Arab Emirates, and the spacecraft was built in conjunction with several US-based universities, including the University of Colorado Boulder. The goal was to inspire young Emiratis to pursue an education in math and science and train some of them through the resulting collaborations. The probe launched in July 2020 on a Japanese rocket.

The Emirates Ultraviolet Spectrometer mapped the distribution of atomic oxygen in the planet’s upper atmosphere.
Enlarge / The Emirates Ultraviolet Spectrometer mapped the distribution of atomic oxygen in the planet’s upper atmosphere.

Emirates Mars Mission

One goal of the mission was to share the resulting data freely, and as a result, the mission recently opened a science data portal. Anyone can register to get access to raw images and data collected by the probe in the past, with new data sets being released every three months, without embargo. The mission, the first Arab probe sent to Mars, is planned to operate for a minimum of two years in orbit around the red planet.

The Hope probe has already made some interesting discoveries. For example, scientists had expected to observe a fairly uniform distribution of oxygen throughout the Martian atmosphere. Although the planet’s thin atmosphere is predominately composed of carbon dioxide, molecular oxygen is a trace gas. According to the Hope probe’s observations of oxygen in the upper atmosphere, concentrations vary by more than 50 percent. Similar variations were also observed in carbon monoxide.

Scientists are now working to understand these variations, which do not entirely fit within current models of the Martian atmosphere.

The probe is also closely tracking temperatures across the surface of Mars, acting as if it were the first weather satellite in orbit around the red planet. Although there will be many considerations that go into determining the initial landing sites for humans on Mars—a lack of rocky outcrops and hazards will be foremost among them—understanding local weather conditions will also be a valuable tool for mission planners.

Following the success of its Mars mission, the UAE Space Agency recently announced that it is planning a still more ambitious probe that will perform a flyby of Venus in the late 2020s and then travel to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. There, the probe will observe up to seven asteroids before attempting a landing on one of them in 2033.

The probe mapped the temperature of the atmosphere, tracking how it warmed up over the course of the morning.

The probe mapped the temperature of the atmosphere, tracking how it warmed up over the course of the morning.

Emirates Mars Mission

For this mission, the country will again partner with US-based universities to help develop the spacecraft and to further strengthen collaboration with educators in the Middle East.

“Our goal is clear: to accelerate the development of innovation and knowledge-based enterprises in the Emirates,” said Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri, minister of state for Advanced Sciences and chair of the UAE Space Agency, in a statement. “This can’t be done by going steady-state; this requires leaps in imagination, in faith, and the pursuit of goals that go beyond prudent or methodical.”

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Enlarge / New whole-hemisphere image of Mars captured by the UAE “Hope” probe.

Emirates Mars Mission

Since arriving at Mars eight months ago, the Emirates Mars Mission has quietly begun to deliver some intriguing scientific data about the Martian atmosphere and its weather patterns.

Named “Hope,” the probe is in a relatively high orbit, varying in altitude above Mars from 20,000 to 43,000 km. This vantage point allows the spacecraft to see an entire hemisphere at a time. For much of this year, then, the Hope probe has been training its multi-band imager, infrared spectrometer, and ultraviolet spectrometer on Mars to collect data about the planet’s atmosphere and resulting weather conditions.

The project was financed by the United Arab Emirates, and the spacecraft was built in conjunction with several US-based universities, including the University of Colorado Boulder. The goal was to inspire young Emiratis to pursue an education in math and science and train some of them through the resulting collaborations. The probe launched in July 2020 on a Japanese rocket.

The Emirates Ultraviolet Spectrometer mapped the distribution of atomic oxygen in the planet’s upper atmosphere.
Enlarge / The Emirates Ultraviolet Spectrometer mapped the distribution of atomic oxygen in the planet’s upper atmosphere.

Emirates Mars Mission

One goal of the mission was to share the resulting data freely, and as a result, the mission recently opened a science data portal. Anyone can register to get access to raw images and data collected by the probe in the past, with new data sets being released every three months, without embargo. The mission, the first Arab probe sent to Mars, is planned to operate for a minimum of two years in orbit around the red planet.

The Hope probe has already made some interesting discoveries. For example, scientists had expected to observe a fairly uniform distribution of oxygen throughout the Martian atmosphere. Although the planet’s thin atmosphere is predominately composed of carbon dioxide, molecular oxygen is a trace gas. According to the Hope probe’s observations of oxygen in the upper atmosphere, concentrations vary by more than 50 percent. Similar variations were also observed in carbon monoxide.

Scientists are now working to understand these variations, which do not entirely fit within current models of the Martian atmosphere.

The probe is also closely tracking temperatures across the surface of Mars, acting as if it were the first weather satellite in orbit around the red planet. Although there will be many considerations that go into determining the initial landing sites for humans on Mars—a lack of rocky outcrops and hazards will be foremost among them—understanding local weather conditions will also be a valuable tool for mission planners.

Following the success of its Mars mission, the UAE Space Agency recently announced that it is planning a still more ambitious probe that will perform a flyby of Venus in the late 2020s and then travel to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. There, the probe will observe up to seven asteroids before attempting a landing on one of them in 2033.

The probe mapped the temperature of the atmosphere, tracking how it warmed up over the course of the morning.

The probe mapped the temperature of the atmosphere, tracking how it warmed up over the course of the morning.

Emirates Mars Mission

For this mission, the country will again partner with US-based universities to help develop the spacecraft and to further strengthen collaboration with educators in the Middle East.

“Our goal is clear: to accelerate the development of innovation and knowledge-based enterprises in the Emirates,” said Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri, minister of state for Advanced Sciences and chair of the UAE Space Agency, in a statement. “This can’t be done by going steady-state; this requires leaps in imagination, in faith, and the pursuit of goals that go beyond prudent or methodical.”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634286100) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(85) "Joanna Vargas is the Latinx-owned luxury beauty brand that skin care enthusiasts love" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://movs.world/joanna-vargas-is-the-latinx-owned-luxury-beauty-brand-that-skin-care-enthusiasts-love/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:13:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(75) "Movie ActorsbeautybrandcareenthusiastsJoannaLatinxownedloveluxuryskinVargas" ["guid"]=> string(105) "https://movs.world/joanna-vargas-is-the-latinx-owned-luxury-beauty-brand-that-skin-care-enthusiasts-love/" ["description"]=> string(666) "Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. In The Know is proud to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. During this month, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7630) "

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

In The Know is proud to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. During this month, our team will highlight a wide range of Latinx-owned brands. We encourage you to support today and beyond.

Luxury skin care is a market that’s honestly oversaturated with products that tons of shoppers admit don’t always work. However, there are a few brands out there that live up to the hype, and the Latinx-founded skin care brand Joanna Vargas is on that list.

Mexican American businesswoman and skin care professional Joanna Vargas, the brand’s namesake, founded the brand after spending 20 years as a New York-based esthetician. 

According to the brand’s website, she began her career in hopes of being a photographer and ended up becoming one of the most respected and celebrated skin care professionals in the business. To date, she’s had tons of celebrity clients, including the likes of Greta Gerwig, Elisabeth Moss and Constance Wu, who frequent her New York City and Los Angeles salons.

Joanna Vargas skin care products are available at Dermstore and on the Joanna Vargas website.

Take a look at a few of Vargas’ best-selling products below.

Joanna Vargas Daily Hydrating Cream, $75

Credit: Dermstore

Buy Now on Dermstore

The super rich Daily Hydrating Cream delivers nutrient-rich moisture to dull and dehydrated skin, making it a fall and winter skin savior. It also helps fight visible signs of aging and produces a youthful and glowy tone and texture.

The formula includes powerhouse ingredients like shea and cocoa butter to provide emollient hydration and jojoba oil to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.

Joanna Vargas Exfoliating Mask, $75

Credit: Dermstore

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The best-selling Exfoliating Mask both brightens and firms the skin with constant use, resulting in a toned and more even complexion over time. It contains lactic acid and fruit enzymes to gently remove dead skin. It also has kaolin clay to draw out impurities from the pores.

Joanna Vargas Rejuvenating Serum, $100

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A Rejuvenating Serum is a must-have for any skin care routine, and Joanna Vargas’ is one of the best on the market, according to skin care reviewers and enthusiasts. It restores the skin’s youthful vitality and fights against environmental aggressors, producing a smooth and revitalized complexion.

Joanna Vargas Daily Glow Trio, $149 (Orig. $200)

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This popular set includes three of the brand’s best sellers for glowing skin. It includes the Vitamin C face wash to refresh and cleanse, the Daily Serum to boost your glow and the Daily Hydrating Cream to hydrate throughout the day and night.

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Luxury skin care is a market that’s honestly oversaturated with products that tons of shoppers admit don’t always work. However, there are a few brands out there that live up to the hype, and the Latinx-founded skin care brand Joanna Vargas is on that list.

Mexican American businesswoman and skin care professional Joanna Vargas, the brand’s namesake, founded the brand after spending 20 years as a New York-based esthetician. 

According to the brand’s website, she began her career in hopes of being a photographer and ended up becoming one of the most respected and celebrated skin care professionals in the business. To date, she’s had tons of celebrity clients, including the likes of Greta Gerwig, Elisabeth Moss and Constance Wu, who frequent her New York City and Los Angeles salons.

Joanna Vargas skin care products are available at Dermstore and on the Joanna Vargas website.

Take a look at a few of Vargas’ best-selling products below.

Joanna Vargas Daily Hydrating Cream, $75

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The super rich Daily Hydrating Cream delivers nutrient-rich moisture to dull and dehydrated skin, making it a fall and winter skin savior. It also helps fight visible signs of aging and produces a youthful and glowy tone and texture.

The formula includes powerhouse ingredients like shea and cocoa butter to provide emollient hydration and jojoba oil to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.

Joanna Vargas Exfoliating Mask, $75

Credit: Dermstore

Credit: Dermstore

Buy Now on Dermstore

The best-selling Exfoliating Mask both brightens and firms the skin with constant use, resulting in a toned and more even complexion over time. It contains lactic acid and fruit enzymes to gently remove dead skin. It also has kaolin clay to draw out impurities from the pores.

Joanna Vargas Rejuvenating Serum, $100

Credit: Dermstore

Credit: Dermstore

Buy Now on Dermstore

A Rejuvenating Serum is a must-have for any skin care routine, and Joanna Vargas’ is one of the best on the market, according to skin care reviewers and enthusiasts. It restores the skin’s youthful vitality and fights against environmental aggressors, producing a smooth and revitalized complexion.

Joanna Vargas Daily Glow Trio, $149 (Orig. $200)

Credit: Joanna Vargas

Credit: Joanna Vargas

Buy Now

This popular set includes three of the brand’s best sellers for glowing skin. It includes the Vitamin C face wash to refresh and cleanse, the Daily Serum to boost your glow and the Daily Hydrating Cream to hydrate throughout the day and night.

If you enjoyed this story, check out Tata Harper: the popular Latinx-founded beauty brand with natural products that work.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634285588) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(50) "Two siblings enchant the La Rochelle Jazz Festival" ["link"]=> string(70) "https://movs.world/two-siblings-enchant-the-la-rochelle-jazz-festival/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:07:36 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "CultureenchantFestivalJazzRochellesiblings" ["guid"]=> string(70) "https://movs.world/two-siblings-enchant-the-la-rochelle-jazz-festival/" ["description"]=> string(576) "The Belmondo Quintet, October 14, 2021 in La Rochelle. MONTEIRO / DALLE Twenty-fourth edition of the La Rochelle Jazz Festival, five evenings, from October 13 to 17, well designed by the programming team, with attention to the vitality of the French scene (the tribute to Miles Davis by trumpeter Nicolas Folmer, that at the CTI ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4328) "

Twenty-fourth edition of the La Rochelle Jazz Festival, five evenings, from October 13 to 17, well designed by the programming team, with attention to the vitality of the French scene (the tribute to Miles Davis by trumpeter Nicolas Folmer, that at the CTI record company of saxophonist Julien Lourau, that of Arhkan, the winning group of the Jazz Connexion program in 2020, to the agents of the La Rochelle hospital …) and a relevant choice of American internationals (the drummer Makaya McCraven, singer Robin McKelle).

Read also The Moutins set the Sunside on fire twice

Beneficial alignment of tour calendars, Thursday, October 14, the festival receives two siblings of high reputation. The Moutins – François contrebasse, Louis drums -, with saxophonist Jowee Omicil, and the Belmondos – Lionel saxophone and flute, Stéphane, trumpet and bugle – leading their long-class quintet with pianist Eric Legnini, bassist Sylvain Romano and drummer Tony Rabeson. Perfect evening at La Sirène, a rather rock hall, whose acoustics are a joy.

Melodic evidence

MOM, name of the disc published at the end of September by Laborie Jazz, is also that of the trio of Moutin and Omicil. The music, very improvised, starts from melodic or rhythmic snatches, from a sound. The headlines say the intentions, Caresse, Fly With the Wind (“Fly with the wind”), 2-note ballad … Born on December 24, 1961, the Moutins are twins. Jowee Omicil slips into the heart of their musician connection so easily that he might just be the third brother. This is MOM’s second concert, after the one at New Morning, in Paris, Monday, October 11. It could be the twentieth, the hundredth. From one to the other, nothing has been the same, in the future, everything will be different, in the mutual desire to be delighted that the moment of jazz allows.

Read also The Belmondo Quintet towards the infinity of jazz

The Belmondo Quintet also has an album, released in March, Brotherhood (B Flat Recordings). The writing of the two brothers, always in the melodic obviousness, the playing of the group, which went on the festival roads all the summer, takes in scale, in shared strengths during the concert. Flute and sea shell, to enter the first theme, then the solo parts developed as far as possible, saxophone, trumpet, piano, the double bass which will lead from Yusef’s Tree, composition by Lionel in honor of the flautist and saxophonist Yusef Lateef, at Pretext, by Stéphane, by which the ardor, the joy are revived – Tony Rabeson imperial.

The beauty of the unison of the two brothers wins again. After a long introduction to the piano, the theme played on the bugle of Song for Dad, by Stéphane Belmondo, seduces, moves. Last impetus, Wayne’s Words, by Lionel Belmondo for saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The Belmondo Quintet inherits two of the highest formations in jazz history, the second acoustic quintet of Miles Davis and the quartet of John Coltrane. Exaggeration? No.

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Twenty-fourth edition of the La Rochelle Jazz Festival, five evenings, from October 13 to 17, well designed by the programming team, with attention to the vitality of the French scene (the tribute to Miles Davis by trumpeter Nicolas Folmer, that at the CTI record company of saxophonist Julien Lourau, that of Arhkan, the winning group of the Jazz Connexion program in 2020, to the agents of the La Rochelle hospital …) and a relevant choice of American internationals (the drummer Makaya McCraven, singer Robin McKelle).

Read also The Moutins set the Sunside on fire twice

Beneficial alignment of tour calendars, Thursday, October 14, the festival receives two siblings of high reputation. The Moutins – François contrebasse, Louis drums -, with saxophonist Jowee Omicil, and the Belmondos – Lionel saxophone and flute, Stéphane, trumpet and bugle – leading their long-class quintet with pianist Eric Legnini, bassist Sylvain Romano and drummer Tony Rabeson. Perfect evening at La Sirène, a rather rock hall, whose acoustics are a joy.

Melodic evidence

MOM, name of the disc published at the end of September by Laborie Jazz, is also that of the trio of Moutin and Omicil. The music, very improvised, starts from melodic or rhythmic snatches, from a sound. The headlines say the intentions, Caresse, Fly With the Wind (“Fly with the wind”), 2-note ballad … Born on December 24, 1961, the Moutins are twins. Jowee Omicil slips into the heart of their musician connection so easily that he might just be the third brother. This is MOM’s second concert, after the one at New Morning, in Paris, Monday, October 11. It could be the twentieth, the hundredth. From one to the other, nothing has been the same, in the future, everything will be different, in the mutual desire to be delighted that the moment of jazz allows.

Read also The Belmondo Quintet towards the infinity of jazz

The Belmondo Quintet also has an album, released in March, Brotherhood (B Flat Recordings). The writing of the two brothers, always in the melodic obviousness, the playing of the group, which went on the festival roads all the summer, takes in scale, in shared strengths during the concert. Flute and sea shell, to enter the first theme, then the solo parts developed as far as possible, saxophone, trumpet, piano, the double bass which will lead from Yusef’s Tree, composition by Lionel in honor of the flautist and saxophonist Yusef Lateef, at Pretext, by Stéphane, by which the ardor, the joy are revived – Tony Rabeson imperial.

The beauty of the unison of the two brothers wins again. After a long introduction to the piano, the theme played on the bugle of Song for Dad, by Stéphane Belmondo, seduces, moves. Last impetus, Wayne’s Words, by Lionel Belmondo for saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The Belmondo Quintet inherits two of the highest formations in jazz history, the second acoustic quintet of Miles Davis and the quartet of John Coltrane. Exaggeration? No.

You have 3.05% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634285256) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "It will be chipped! Czech fighters are ready to fire bombs" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://movs.world/it-will-be-chipped-czech-fighters-are-ready-to-fire-bombs/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:06:11 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "sportbombsboxchippedCzechFightersfireheroes gatek1MMAready" ["guid"]=> string(77) "https://movs.world/it-will-be-chipped-czech-fighters-are-ready-to-fire-bombs/" ["description"]=> string(606) "Czech boxing number one Vasil Ducár will also perform at the Heroes Gate 24 tournament. Sportegy/Hofman Even this time, the organizers of the gala evening did not go without problems. Several times they had to deal with substitutes for injured or sick wrestlers. At the same time, the whole card underwent more than fifteen changes, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5630) "

Sportegy/Hofman

Even this time, the organizers of the gala evening did not go without problems. Several times they had to deal with substitutes for injured or sick wrestlers. At the same time, the whole card underwent more than fifteen changes, and of course the positive tests for covid-19 also did their part.

Probably the most watched match will be provided by the boxing number one of the home scene Vasil Ducár, who will share it with the Slovak wrestler Nicolas Holcapfel in the main duel of the evening.

Daniel Škvor, who will also perform at the 24th Heroes Gate.

Facebook: HEROES GATE

“I’m looking forward. In addition, it will be at home and after a long time with the audience. I hope that we will see a quality match and ideally I will want to end it with a knockout. Maybe it will be a good match and the spectators will like it when they are there. I do not look at the opponent’s weakness, I will not solve the opponent. I look at my strengths and I will use them in the match, “said Ducár.

Of course, attention will also belong to the versatile Daniel Škvor. He mainly devoted himself to kickboxing and Thai boxing. Recently, however, he began to devote himself fully to MMA, and it is in this style that a duel will be waged against Pole Krystian Rosa. Škvor’s opponent changed at the last minute and the organizers had their hands full to get a replacement.

The most anticipated boxing tournament of the year lost the main match

“Yesterday he changed my opponent because of the covid. They’re only going for the new one who will fight me. We saw one video. He has something in MMA, something in position. It’s lighter and smaller than me, that’s about all I know. I can’t evaluate it so quickly, “Škvor said to his new opponent.

Heroes Gate 24 – main card
Aiba box 3x3min
Antonios Polychronidis vs Viktor Trush
MMA 3x5min –
Jan Králik vs. TBA *
K1 3x3min
Daniel Vítovec vs Pavel Šach
Box 4x3min
Lukáš Fajk – Huseyn Qasimov
K1 3x3min
Jan Rudolf – Filip Rzadek
MMA 3x5min
Daniel Škvor vs Krystian Rosa
K1 3x3min
Melvin Mané vs Danilo Tošič
K1 4x3min – for the title
Nikita Kurbatov vs Marko Novak
Box 6x3min
Vasil Ducár vs Nicolas Holcapfel
* the opponent for Jan Králik has not been announced yet.

“I will do what I always do classically. I’ll want to keep him upstairs, handing out bombs. Of course, KO would be ideal, “added the Czech wrestler, who did not do his best to weight the match.

“My weight didn’t suit me now, but in the end I did it. I don’t know why she didn’t fit me, somehow I can’t figure it out. It didn’t suit me, as it did on Štvanice, “added the wrestler with the nickname DeeDee.

K1 fans will also get their money’s worth. This fighting style will be represented by Melvin Mané, who also has experience in MMA. Mané will face the Bosnian tough guy Danil Tošič, who will definitely not give him anything for free. “I’m looking forward to the match. I weighed in, making the first minor win. We watched his matches, so plus or minus I know how he wrestles. You can look forward to a big chipped, “invites Mané fans.

The title match in K1 between Marko Novák and Nikita Kurbatov will also be monitored. Jan Rudolf, Daniel Vítovec, Lukáš Fajk and Jan Králik will also demonstrate their skills at the gala evening.

.

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Sportegy/Hofman

Even this time, the organizers of the gala evening did not go without problems. Several times they had to deal with substitutes for injured or sick wrestlers. At the same time, the whole card underwent more than fifteen changes, and of course the positive tests for covid-19 also did their part.

Probably the most watched match will be provided by the boxing number one of the home scene Vasil Ducár, who will share it with the Slovak wrestler Nicolas Holcapfel in the main duel of the evening.

Daniel Škvor, who will also perform at the 24th Heroes Gate.

Facebook: HEROES GATE

“I’m looking forward. In addition, it will be at home and after a long time with the audience. I hope that we will see a quality match and ideally I will want to end it with a knockout. Maybe it will be a good match and the spectators will like it when they are there. I do not look at the opponent’s weakness, I will not solve the opponent. I look at my strengths and I will use them in the match, “said Ducár.

Of course, attention will also belong to the versatile Daniel Škvor. He mainly devoted himself to kickboxing and Thai boxing. Recently, however, he began to devote himself fully to MMA, and it is in this style that a duel will be waged against Pole Krystian Rosa. Škvor’s opponent changed at the last minute and the organizers had their hands full to get a replacement.

The most anticipated boxing tournament of the year lost the main match

“Yesterday he changed my opponent because of the covid. They’re only going for the new one who will fight me. We saw one video. He has something in MMA, something in position. It’s lighter and smaller than me, that’s about all I know. I can’t evaluate it so quickly, “Škvor said to his new opponent.

Heroes Gate 24 – main card
Aiba box 3x3min
Antonios Polychronidis vs Viktor Trush
MMA 3x5min –
Jan Králik vs. TBA *
K1 3x3min
Daniel Vítovec vs Pavel Šach
Box 4x3min
Lukáš Fajk – Huseyn Qasimov
K1 3x3min
Jan Rudolf – Filip Rzadek
MMA 3x5min
Daniel Škvor vs Krystian Rosa
K1 3x3min
Melvin Mané vs Danilo Tošič
K1 4x3min – for the title
Nikita Kurbatov vs Marko Novak
Box 6x3min
Vasil Ducár vs Nicolas Holcapfel
* the opponent for Jan Králik has not been announced yet.

“I will do what I always do classically. I’ll want to keep him upstairs, handing out bombs. Of course, KO would be ideal, “added the Czech wrestler, who did not do his best to weight the match.

“My weight didn’t suit me now, but in the end I did it. I don’t know why she didn’t fit me, somehow I can’t figure it out. It didn’t suit me, as it did on Štvanice, “added the wrestler with the nickname DeeDee.

K1 fans will also get their money’s worth. This fighting style will be represented by Melvin Mané, who also has experience in MMA. Mané will face the Bosnian tough guy Danil Tošič, who will definitely not give him anything for free. “I’m looking forward to the match. I weighed in, making the first minor win. We watched his matches, so plus or minus I know how he wrestles. You can look forward to a big chipped, “invites Mané fans.

The title match in K1 between Marko Novák and Nikita Kurbatov will also be monitored. Jan Rudolf, Daniel Vítovec, Lukáš Fajk and Jan Králik will also demonstrate their skills at the gala evening.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634285171) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(62) "With global warming, Portugal could be under water in 80 years" ["link"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/with-global-warming-portugal-could-be-under-water-in-80-years/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 08:00:29 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "InternationalGlobalPortugalwarmingwateryears" ["guid"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/with-global-warming-portugal-could-be-under-water-in-80-years/" ["description"]=> string(587) "Images show how rising seas could leave Portugal under water in 80 years’ time Through an interactive map, we can see what various regions of the world will look like in 2100, with water overlying buildings. There needs to be changes. There is no doubt that if changes are not made, and at the rate ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3611) "

Images show how rising seas could leave Portugal under water in 80 years’ time

Through an interactive map, we can see what various regions of the world will look like in 2100, with water overlying buildings.

There needs to be changes.

There is no doubt that if changes are not made, and at the rate at which global warming advances, there will be irreversible consequences in the not-too-distant future. According to a new analysis, hundreds of millions of people could be living under a high tide as early as 2100.

The study was carried out by “Climate Central” and is accompanied by an interactive map showing the current status of various regions, and what it could be like in less than 80 years with the rising sea height.

Currently, the most catastrophic predictions point to a 3.5 degree warming of the Earth by 2100, and the map shows us the impact this will have on some of the most iconic monuments and buildings in the world.

In Portugal, they used the Torre Galp, in Parque das Nações, as a reference, where we can see what the surrounding region is currently like in the near future, with water rising over several floors of buildings, and being even close to rising above some. The image gives us examples of the impact of a 1.1º, 1.5º, 2º, 3º and 4º increase in the atmosphere.

That’s scary.

The study also highlights cities with populations over one million that will be most affected by these climate changes: Shanghai, China — where 96 percent may be living underwater with a four-degree increase — Haora in India and Hanoi in Vietnam.

Generally speaking, the study reveals that more than a billion people (15 percent of the population) could be affected by this temperature rise.

If the rising sea remains constant at what we see today, it will eventually affect 5.3 percent of the population, or 360 million people. If it rises to two degrees, it will affect twice the population (720 million people).

Nine of the ten most affected countries are located on the Asian continent. The study especially highlights the citizens of Bangladesh and Vietnam, where half of these may be below sea level in 80 years.

Click on the gallery to see the evolution of sea rise in various regions of the world.

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Images show how rising seas could leave Portugal under water in 80 years’ time

Through an interactive map, we can see what various regions of the world will look like in 2100, with water overlying buildings.

There needs to be changes.

There is no doubt that if changes are not made, and at the rate at which global warming advances, there will be irreversible consequences in the not-too-distant future. According to a new analysis, hundreds of millions of people could be living under a high tide as early as 2100.

The study was carried out by “Climate Central” and is accompanied by an interactive map showing the current status of various regions, and what it could be like in less than 80 years with the rising sea height.

Currently, the most catastrophic predictions point to a 3.5 degree warming of the Earth by 2100, and the map shows us the impact this will have on some of the most iconic monuments and buildings in the world.

In Portugal, they used the Torre Galp, in Parque das Nações, as a reference, where we can see what the surrounding region is currently like in the near future, with water rising over several floors of buildings, and being even close to rising above some. The image gives us examples of the impact of a 1.1º, 1.5º, 2º, 3º and 4º increase in the atmosphere.

That’s scary.

The study also highlights cities with populations over one million that will be most affected by these climate changes: Shanghai, China — where 96 percent may be living underwater with a four-degree increase — Haora in India and Hanoi in Vietnam.

Generally speaking, the study reveals that more than a billion people (15 percent of the population) could be affected by this temperature rise.

If the rising sea remains constant at what we see today, it will eventually affect 5.3 percent of the population, or 360 million people. If it rises to two degrees, it will affect twice the population (720 million people).

Nine of the ten most affected countries are located on the Asian continent. The study especially highlights the citizens of Bangladesh and Vietnam, where half of these may be below sea level in 80 years.

Click on the gallery to see the evolution of sea rise in various regions of the world.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634284829) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(69) "How highly processed foods harm memory in the aging brain – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(85) "https://movs.world/how-highly-processed-foods-harm-memory-in-the-aging-brain-novlink/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(6) "skunky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 07:42:52 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(85) "https://movs.world/how-highly-processed-foods-harm-memory-in-the-aging-brain-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(707) "Journal Reference: Michael J. Butler, Nicholas P. Deems, Stephanie Muscat, Christopher M. Butt, Martha A. Belury, Ruth M. Barrientos. Dietary DHA prevents cognitive impairment and inflammatory gene expression in aged male rats fed a diet enriched with refined carbohydrates. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 2021; 98: 198 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbi.2021.08.214 Researchers also found that supplementing the processed ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6998) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Michael J. Butler, Nicholas P. Deems, Stephanie Muscat, Christopher M. Butt, Martha A. Belury, Ruth M. Barrientos. Dietary DHA prevents cognitive impairment and inflammatory gene expression in aged male rats fed a diet enriched with refined carbohydrates. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 2021; 98: 198 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbi.2021.08.214

Researchers also found that supplementing the processed diet with the omega-3 fatty acid DHA prevented memory problems and reduced the inflammatory effects almost entirely in older rats.

Neuroinflammation and cognitive problems were not detected in young adult rats that ate the processed diet.

The study diet mimicked ready-to-eat human foods that are often packaged for long shelf lives, such as potato chips and other snacks, frozen entrees like pasta dishes and pizzas, and deli meats containing preservatives.

Highly processed diets are also associated with obesity and type 2 diabetes, suggesting older consumers might want to scale back on convenience foods and add foods rich in DHA, such as salmon, to their diets, researchers say — especially considering harm to the aged brain in this study was evident in only four weeks.

“The fact we’re seeing these effects so quickly is a little bit alarming,” said senior study author Ruth Barrientos, an investigator in The Ohio State University Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral health.

“These findings indicate that consumption of a processed diet can produce significant and abrupt memory deficits — and in the aging population, rapid memory decline has a greater likelihood of progressing into neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease. By being aware of this, maybe we can limit processed foods in our diets and increase consumption of foods that are rich in the omega-3 fatty acid DHA to either prevent or slow that progression.”

The research is published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

Barrientos’ lab studies how everyday life events — such as surgery, an infection or, in this case, an unhealthy diet — might trigger inflammation in the aging brain, with a specific focus on the hippocampus and amygdala regions. This work builds on her previous research suggesting a short-term, high-fat diet can lead to memory loss and brain inflammation in older animals, and that DHA levels are lower in the hippocampus and amygdala of the aged rat brain.

DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, is an omega-3 fatty acid that is present along with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) in fish and other seafood. Among DHA’s multiple functions in the brain is a role in fending off an inflammatory response — this is the first study of its ability to act against brain inflammation brought on by a processed diet.

The research team randomly assigned 3-month-old and 24-month-old male rats to their normal chow (32% calories from protein, 54% from wheat-based complex carbs and 14% from fat), a highly processed diet (19.6% of calories from protein, 63.3% from refined carbs — cornstarch, maltodextrin and sucrose — and 17.1% from fat), or the same processed diet supplemented with DHA.

Activation of genes linked to a powerful pro-inflammatory protein and other markers of inflammation was significantly elevated in the hippocampus and amygdala of the older rats that ate the processed diet alone compared to young rats on any diet and aged rats that ate the DHA-supplemented processed food.

The older rats on the processed diet also showed signs of memory loss in behavioral experiments that weren’t evident in the young rats. They forgot having spent time in an unfamiliar space within a few days, a sign of problems with contextual memory in the hippocampus, and did not display anticipatory fear behavior to a danger cue, which suggested there were abnormalities in the amygdala.

“The amygdala in humans has been implicated in memories associated with emotional — fear and anxiety-producing — events. If this region of the brain is dysfunctional, cues that predict danger may be missed and could lead to bad decisions,” Barrientos said.

The results also showed that DHA supplementation of the processed-food diets consumed by the older rats effectively prevented the elevated inflammatory response in the brain as well as behavioral signs of memory loss.

Researchers don’t know the exact dosage of DHA — or precise calories and nutrients — taken in by the animals, which all had unlimited access to food. Both age groups gained a significant amount of weight on the processed diet, with old animals gaining significantly more than the young animals. DHA supplementation had no preventive effect on weight gain associated with eating highly processed foods.

That was a key finding: Barrientos cautioned against interpreting the results as a license for consumers to feast on processed foods as long as they take a DHA supplement. A better bet to prevent multiple negative effects of highly refined foods would be focusing on overall diet improvement, she said.

“These are the types of diets that are advertised as being low in fat, but they’re highly processed. They have no fiber and have refined carbohydrates that are also known as low-quality carbohydrates,” she said. “Folks who are used to looking at nutritional information need to pay attention to the fiber and quality of carbohydrates. This study really shows those things are important.”

This research was supported by the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Co-authors include Michael Butler, Nicholas Deems, Stephanie Muscat and Martha Belury from Ohio State and Christopher Butt of Inotiv Inc. in Boulder, Colorado.

How highly processed foods harm memory in the aging brain

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Journal Reference:

  1. Michael J. Butler, Nicholas P. Deems, Stephanie Muscat, Christopher M. Butt, Martha A. Belury, Ruth M. Barrientos. Dietary DHA prevents cognitive impairment and inflammatory gene expression in aged male rats fed a diet enriched with refined carbohydrates. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 2021; 98: 198 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbi.2021.08.214

Researchers also found that supplementing the processed diet with the omega-3 fatty acid DHA prevented memory problems and reduced the inflammatory effects almost entirely in older rats.

Neuroinflammation and cognitive problems were not detected in young adult rats that ate the processed diet.

The study diet mimicked ready-to-eat human foods that are often packaged for long shelf lives, such as potato chips and other snacks, frozen entrees like pasta dishes and pizzas, and deli meats containing preservatives.

Highly processed diets are also associated with obesity and type 2 diabetes, suggesting older consumers might want to scale back on convenience foods and add foods rich in DHA, such as salmon, to their diets, researchers say — especially considering harm to the aged brain in this study was evident in only four weeks.

“The fact we’re seeing these effects so quickly is a little bit alarming,” said senior study author Ruth Barrientos, an investigator in The Ohio State University Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral health.

“These findings indicate that consumption of a processed diet can produce significant and abrupt memory deficits — and in the aging population, rapid memory decline has a greater likelihood of progressing into neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease. By being aware of this, maybe we can limit processed foods in our diets and increase consumption of foods that are rich in the omega-3 fatty acid DHA to either prevent or slow that progression.”

The research is published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

Barrientos’ lab studies how everyday life events — such as surgery, an infection or, in this case, an unhealthy diet — might trigger inflammation in the aging brain, with a specific focus on the hippocampus and amygdala regions. This work builds on her previous research suggesting a short-term, high-fat diet can lead to memory loss and brain inflammation in older animals, and that DHA levels are lower in the hippocampus and amygdala of the aged rat brain.

DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, is an omega-3 fatty acid that is present along with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) in fish and other seafood. Among DHA’s multiple functions in the brain is a role in fending off an inflammatory response — this is the first study of its ability to act against brain inflammation brought on by a processed diet.

The research team randomly assigned 3-month-old and 24-month-old male rats to their normal chow (32% calories from protein, 54% from wheat-based complex carbs and 14% from fat), a highly processed diet (19.6% of calories from protein, 63.3% from refined carbs — cornstarch, maltodextrin and sucrose — and 17.1% from fat), or the same processed diet supplemented with DHA.

Activation of genes linked to a powerful pro-inflammatory protein and other markers of inflammation was significantly elevated in the hippocampus and amygdala of the older rats that ate the processed diet alone compared to young rats on any diet and aged rats that ate the DHA-supplemented processed food.

The older rats on the processed diet also showed signs of memory loss in behavioral experiments that weren’t evident in the young rats. They forgot having spent time in an unfamiliar space within a few days, a sign of problems with contextual memory in the hippocampus, and did not display anticipatory fear behavior to a danger cue, which suggested there were abnormalities in the amygdala.

“The amygdala in humans has been implicated in memories associated with emotional — fear and anxiety-producing — events. If this region of the brain is dysfunctional, cues that predict danger may be missed and could lead to bad decisions,” Barrientos said.

The results also showed that DHA supplementation of the processed-food diets consumed by the older rats effectively prevented the elevated inflammatory response in the brain as well as behavioral signs of memory loss.

Researchers don’t know the exact dosage of DHA — or precise calories and nutrients — taken in by the animals, which all had unlimited access to food. Both age groups gained a significant amount of weight on the processed diet, with old animals gaining significantly more than the young animals. DHA supplementation had no preventive effect on weight gain associated with eating highly processed foods.

That was a key finding: Barrientos cautioned against interpreting the results as a license for consumers to feast on processed foods as long as they take a DHA supplement. A better bet to prevent multiple negative effects of highly refined foods would be focusing on overall diet improvement, she said.

“These are the types of diets that are advertised as being low in fat, but they’re highly processed. They have no fiber and have refined carbohydrates that are also known as low-quality carbohydrates,” she said. “Folks who are used to looking at nutritional information need to pay attention to the fiber and quality of carbohydrates. This study really shows those things are important.”

This research was supported by the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Co-authors include Michael Butler, Nicholas Deems, Stephanie Muscat and Martha Belury from Ohio State and Christopher Butt of Inotiv Inc. in Boulder, Colorado.

How highly processed foods harm memory in the aging brain

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In the original Gossip Girl, we only knew what its readers knew. Now, we’re all in on Kate’s secret from the beginning. We know Gossip Girl is Kate and her fellow teachers desperately trying to maneuver the lives of the teenagers around them. However, their actions ultimately only benefit themselves. They’re trying to “take the power back, do some good, and save the future,” but they never realize that they, too, are part of the problem. And isn’t that the most Horvathian character trait of them all?

“[It is| sort of like a literary trope,” says Safran. “Hannah had moments of that, not being able to see outside of herself. And then she’d have other moments where she could see outside of herself so clearly, and it was so painful. You know, I feel like that is sort of a link to Kate as well.”

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However, Kate is still making every moment about herself. After an attempted shooting at a neighboring school sparked conversations about Gossip Girl as a vessel for bullying, Kate deactivates. She’s scared of her power. She’s suddenly realized she might not be a hero—well, anti-hero—after all, and that maybe there really are consequences to her actions. Besides basing her entire personality off one story she submitted to The Paris Review, we have yet to get a glimpse into the personal life of Kate beyond her failures as a writer—perhaps Kate’s monologue is right and a future “Gossip Girl” might shed light on her failures and what she’s so desperately trying to hide from herself.

“That monologue to me is building on The CW [where] that sequence would have been cut, because it’s a long scene where somebody just opens up about their character,” says Safran. “But to me, it’s so revealing of Kate, that she talks about this, she’s aware of her own entitlement, but that doesn’t make you any less entitled.”

Kate’s brief moment of morality is cut short at the end of episode five when she wonders if she’s been obsessing over the wrong things: “I wanted to be a writer because I wanted to make a difference in the world, but what if what I’ve been doing makes a bigger difference than my writing ever could?” Again, she doesn’t mean teaching. Somehow, her conversation with Zoya’s dad inspires her to continue doing the real life-changing work: rebooting Gossip Girl.

But like Kate said herself, Gossip Girl is “reflecting on what you refuse to see is right in front of you.” Like the Dans and Hannahs that came before her, we can’t help but watch how far she’ll continue to go before she shatters the only tool she has left. “In the second half of the season, I think she really has to reckon with: what has she done?” Safran says. “What has she wrought?”

As Kate writes in the voice of Gossip Girl at the end of the episode: “Maybe I’d begun to wonder if I was abusing my considerable power, when I realized, you’re the ones who do that, not me…I’m your mirror.” Her moment of reflection only taught her to turn off the comments.

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In the original Gossip Girl, we only knew what its readers knew. Now, we’re all in on Kate’s secret from the beginning. We know Gossip Girl is Kate and her fellow teachers desperately trying to maneuver the lives of the teenagers around them. However, their actions ultimately only benefit themselves. They’re trying to “take the power back, do some good, and save the future,” but they never realize that they, too, are part of the problem. And isn’t that the most Horvathian character trait of them all?

“[It is| sort of like a literary trope,” says Safran. “Hannah had moments of that, not being able to see outside of herself. And then she’d have other moments where she could see outside of herself so clearly, and it was so painful. You know, I feel like that is sort of a link to Kate as well.”

Courtesy of HBO

However, Kate is still making every moment about herself. After an attempted shooting at a neighboring school sparked conversations about Gossip Girl as a vessel for bullying, Kate deactivates. She’s scared of her power. She’s suddenly realized she might not be a hero—well, anti-hero—after all, and that maybe there really are consequences to her actions. Besides basing her entire personality off one story she submitted to The Paris Review, we have yet to get a glimpse into the personal life of Kate beyond her failures as a writer—perhaps Kate’s monologue is right and a future “Gossip Girl” might shed light on her failures and what she’s so desperately trying to hide from herself.

“That monologue to me is building on The CW [where] that sequence would have been cut, because it’s a long scene where somebody just opens up about their character,” says Safran. “But to me, it’s so revealing of Kate, that she talks about this, she’s aware of her own entitlement, but that doesn’t make you any less entitled.”

Kate’s brief moment of morality is cut short at the end of episode five when she wonders if she’s been obsessing over the wrong things: “I wanted to be a writer because I wanted to make a difference in the world, but what if what I’ve been doing makes a bigger difference than my writing ever could?” Again, she doesn’t mean teaching. Somehow, her conversation with Zoya’s dad inspires her to continue doing the real life-changing work: rebooting Gossip Girl.

But like Kate said herself, Gossip Girl is “reflecting on what you refuse to see is right in front of you.” Like the Dans and Hannahs that came before her, we can’t help but watch how far she’ll continue to go before she shatters the only tool she has left. “In the second half of the season, I think she really has to reckon with: what has she done?” Safran says. “What has she wrought?”

As Kate writes in the voice of Gossip Girl at the end of the episode: “Maybe I’d begun to wonder if I was abusing my considerable power, when I realized, you’re the ones who do that, not me…I’m your mirror.” Her moment of reflection only taught her to turn off the comments.

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