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A 65-year-old woman was kicked to the ground and stomped on in broad daylight in Midtown Manhattan on Monday by a man who police say made “anti-Asian threats.” The same day, police announced that they were looking into an assault in the subway that left an Asian man unconscious.
Both attacks are being investigated as hate crimes, and they are part of a troubling pattern of attacks on Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
The woman was raped on the sidewalk outside an apartment complex on West 43rd Street around 11:40 a.m. on Monday, according to police. Surveillance footage shows an unidentified man repeatedly hitting the woman as she falls to the ground, then kicking her several times more.
Another person can be seen in the video standing in the lobby of the house, watching but doing nothing to stop the assault or support the woman. As the attacker casually walks away, the bystander shuts the front door, while the woman remains on the ground.
According to the Associated Press, the woman was taken to the hospital with significant injuries.
The apartment building’s management, the Brodsky Company, issued a statement saying that a staff member who witnessed the assault has been suspended while the incident is investigated. It’s also searching for another bystander, a third-party delivery service provider, who saw the incident but didn’t participate.

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Eighteen extremely physically active men, aged 65 on average and having trained since childhood, were compared to men in the general population, aged 67 (N = 644). The well-trained men had low body fat, particularly in the central regions of the body. They smoked less and described themselves as having a good overall health and well-being. Plasma insulin levels were significantly lower than in controls, as were blood pressure and resting heart rate, as well as ventilatory capacity. The ‘juvenile’ features in their energy metabolism, blood pressure, and self-perception of being highly energetic were not linked to less ageing characteristics of hair, skin, or sense function. The findings in this highly selected community indicate that physical activity can slow the rate of decline of some age-related factors, even in people who are very advanced in age.

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Laura Niedziocha started writing professionally in 2007. She has written for the Stoneking Physical Therapy and Wellness Center in Lambertville, New Jersey, and her writing has been published in a variety of online publications. Niedziocha received a Bachelor of Science in exercise science from Temple University. She also holds an Associate of Arts in marketing from Philadelphia Community College.
Diet and exercise for the elderly need special attention. Exercise becomes all about preserving fitness rather than losing weight to look nice or to win first place in your sport. Cardiovascular health, strength maintenance, balance, and versatility become more important aspects of fitness. Exercise is vital for preventing disease and sustaining everyday activities as you get older. However, don’t forget the value of nutrition. It aids in disease prevention and a healthy aging process.
According to the American College of Sports Medicine, an elderly person can exercise for at least 30 minutes three times a week at a moderate intensity (ACSM). Because of the frequency of drugs that may affect your heart rate response, the intensity should be monitored as a rating of perceived intensity rather than heart rate. If necessary, the time can be divided into three 10-minute increments. The type of exercise does not put too much strain on the joints. Low-stress behaviors include walking, swimming, and bicycling. These recommendations, according to “The Journal on Active Aging,” are not clear enough. In her 2010 study, Judy Kruger, Ph.D., breaks down exercise even more. Individuals should be classified as inactive, low, medium, or high physical activity, according to Kruger, and exercise should be recommended accordingly.

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According to experts, such negative labels represent a deep degree of frustration with the notion that seniors are sexually active in our youth-oriented community. Many young and even middle-aged people do not want to face the inevitability of growing old since sex is associated with reproduction, youthful attractiveness, and strength.
As a result, sexual intimacy among older Americans is a topic that is rarely discussed. According to experts, the silence allows myths to thrive, such as the widely held belief that seniors lose interest in sex and are, or should be, asexual.
“Sexuality and sexual behavior have no age limit,” says Stephanie A. Sanders, PhD, associate director of the Kinsey Center for Sexual Science. Although the frequency or desire to perform sexually would usually decrease as seniors age due to natural physiological changes, studies indicate that the majority of men and women between the ages of 50 and 80 are still enthusiastic about sex and intimacy.