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Displaying items by tag: Age

Diversity and representation is a hot topic – not before time, some would say – so it's not surprising that a fresh spotlight has been turned on human emojis. A survey conducted for Adobe suggests Australians want a more diverse and inclusive range of emojis.

Published in Strategy

Employers and recruiters get the thumbs down from over-45s looking for a job. More than three quarters are dissatisfied with the response they're getting.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 02 March 2010 21:31

Old folk embrace mobile phones

Does your granny feel intimidated and hesitant when using new technology? Is Great Aunt Ethel a texting genius? The results of a new survey might just surprise you young folk.
Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 20:50

You look marvelous! And you'll live longer, too!

According to a study in the British Medical Journal, if you look younger than your real age, you have a better chance of living longer than someone, of the same age, who looks older than the hills.

Published in Biology
Thursday, 03 September 2009 06:29

Ageism rife in IT?

More than 20% of IT professionals say they have experienced age discrimination, and unemployment among senior IT professionals is running at over 30%.

Published in Enterprise Staff
While 87 percent of Australians teens and adults have used the Internet, almost half of the remainder are over 50.

Published in Home Tech
A U.S. study has shown that people who think their memories will get worse as they age are more likely to, indeed, be more forgetful when compared to people who don’t think their memory will worsen with age. So, don’t forget to think good memory thoughts!

Published in Health
Thursday, 06 November 2008 19:05

Male and female brains age differently

U.S. researchers discover that genes in the brains of men begin to change earlier, and differently, then the genes of women. Men may need help earlier than women.

Published in Biology
At the recent Global Information Industry Summit (GIIS), a presentation outlined how grown-ups are better prepared to ‘skim,’ ‘bounce’ and ‘view’ on-line material than are their children.
Published in Networking
Saturday, 27 September 2008 02:28

Live longer and healthier with gene FOX03a

Some people just live longer and now Hawaiian researchers know why. They found that some people are born with a gene called FOX03a. Lucky folks!

Published in Health
A Stanford University study shows that runners have fewer disabilities and live longer than non-runners. Aerobic exercise (such as running, swimming, walking, and bicycling) was found to be very important at reducing disabilities as we age and minimizing the risk of death at an early age.

Published in Health
Friday, 15 August 2008 15:10

The 102 year old Facebook frisbee queen

Ivy Bean is a gold medal winning frisbee thrower at the age of 102. She also happens to hold another title: the oldest Facebooker in town...

Published in Networking




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