Research Paper On Aging In America
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David Chu's Nautica International Retailers
Taiwanese-born David Chu founded Nautica International and created products that appeal to people of all ages worldwide. Nautica not only attracts consumers of all ages, its clothes and accessories range from sport to hip-hop to ski fashion to women’s perfume. It sports the worlds largest distribution of jeans (which includes The North Face, JanSport and Eastpak brands), among others. These products are sold in 1,300 department and specialty shops in the United States and in 82 retail stores in Asia, Europe and Latin America. jvRetMar.rtf
Aging and Mitochondria
This 14 page paper discusses the aging of America. Today, more than 6,000 people turn 65 every day, that number will jump to 10,000 by 2011. This essay provides information on aging trends and the effect on the health care system. The writer also comments on the mitochondrial damage theory of aging and reports two dietary supplements that have been shown to be effective in preventing and even reversing certain age-related symptoms. 1 Graph included, Statistical data included. Statistical data reported. 1 Graph included. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
The Right Stuff & Technology
A 3 page film review that discusses how the 1983 film The Right Stuff portrays how Americans view technology. The film reports historical events accurately and creatively, but it also demonstrates, as did the book by Tom Wolfe, America's relationship with the concept of technology. While technology is presumably dry, scientific and rational, this film shows how it has been imbued with myth and romance by the American psyche, as it seems to constitute the "magic" of the modern age. No additional sources cited.
Changing Driver’s License Age Limits to Save Lives
This 7 page paper examines the question of minimum and maximum ages for issuing driver’s licenses, and argues that the minimum age should be raised to 18. It also argues that there is no necessity to set some arbitrary age at which everyone has to stop driving, because people age differently. It does suggest that testing at frequent intervals after a certain age may be appropriate. Bibliography lists 6 source.