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Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating neurological disease that is influenced by gender, primarily reflected in greater susceptibility to disease development in women than in men. Cuprizone intoxication, an animal model that is used to study demyelination and remyelination, has been extensively characterized in male C57BL/6 mice. Here, we have undertaken a comprehensive characterization of the morphological and cellular processes that occur in female C57BL/6J mice during cuprizone-induced demyelination and subsequent remyelination and compared them with age-matched male mice. We find that the pattern of demyelination and remyelination is similar between genders and that there is little or no difference in the loss or repopulation of mature oligodendrocytes or accumulation of reactive glia. Furthermore, examination of alphaERKO and betaERKO mice suggests that estrogen receptors do not affect the outcome for demyelination or remyelination. Interestingly, we found that cuprizone treatment disrupts estrous cyclicity in female mice, possibly interfering with potential hormone influences on demyelination and remyelination. Therefore, cuprizone-induced demyelination in C57BL/6J mice may have limitations as a model for the study of sex differences.

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If that helps you understand, then it will help you understand that as I have healed energetically, I enjoy each day more as I get older. I see so many gifts and I am grateful for so many things I never even noticed before. As a voracious reader, I read: magazines, newspapers, on-line articles, books, and you name it. Without a doubt, the United Sates is obsessed with youth. I think the reason for this obsession is the fear about getting older. Young women have no one to look up to as role models of an aging women who is still considered relevant and truly "alive" Hollywood retires them, magazines ignore them, and there is nothing to celebrate them. Why are we so short-sighted that we don't see that we as humans are extremely fortunate to get older? If you are lucky, you WILL get older. The answer is not to run away from it, but to embrace it. To embrace every day that you have the privilege of being alive.

Where are the heroines? Who can we look up to as a role model for embracing their age and their contribution to their own world and ours? You can look to the pages of my website to find these women. To find the women who younger women will look up to so that aging will not be something to be afraid of.

Hocking was born in Sydney, where she went to art school. In 1952 she borrowed the fare from her brother and sailed to the United Kingdom to pursue a career as a fashion model.[1] Whilst there, she married a male model and actor called Nigel Howland. The marriage eventually ended in divorce.[1]

Hocking began her career as a model by doing fashion shows, but eventually became a leading photographic model, basing her style on that of a leading American model, Anne St. Marie.[2] In 1956 Hocking was named London Model of the Year by The Daily Express.[3] Although she could present as aloof and sophisticated, she also had an approachable quality,[2] which enabled her modelling career to be most successful during the transitional period between the 1950s and the mid-1960s, as she resembled a young career woman rather than one of the haughty ladies favoured for 1950s fashion photography.[1]

Along with Paulene Stone, she became a favoured model of Terence Donovan and David Montgomery.[1] Brian Duffy photographed her with the author Frank Norman.[1] However, Hocking became aware that her maturity was working against her, as teenage models began to be more popular, and she ceased modelling.[1]

Hocking's first job after quitting modelling was as a stylist for Fashion, before being transferred to Harper's Bazaar and succeeding Molly Parkin as fashion editor.[1] She stayed on in 1970 when Harper's Bazaar merged with Queen to become Harper's & Queen.[1]

In the 1990s, Hocking resumed modelling as a professional mature model, and came to the attention of Mario Testino, who had been seeking out other models that had retired in the mid-1960s in order to develop the narrative of his photographs for Burberry.[1] Along with Tania Mallet, Hocking became one of Testino's favourite models as a representation of the "early-60s Englishness" that enhanced the Burberry brand.[1] In 2002, The New York Times described Hocking and Mallet as "grande dames" who looked as good in Burberry fashion as their co-star, the young and glamorous Elizabeth Jagger.[1][5]

Man Ray was not alone in finding Ady an alluring model. She is an animating presence in a number of photographs by Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, both members of the elite avant-garde circle to which she was introduced by Man Ray. Beyond this circle, she was also a model for the German artist Wols (Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schultze), who was making a name for himself as a photographer in Paris in the interwar period. Evidence has surfaced that she had a fledgling film career as well.

The rise in the use of mature and senior models in advertising has been exponential over the past decade. As people are enjoying more active lifestyles later in life, the desire for advertisers to target aging consumers has grown. Commercial print and television commercials worldwide are now showing the full range in ages and ethnicities that make up our society.

Brands are especially interested in appealing to consumers by using Gen X models and Baby Boomer models. These two generations extend from the 1940s-1980s, overlapping in the early sixties. Boomers are typicically considered to be those born between 1946-1964 and Gen Xers between 1961-1979.

Advertising agencies and marketing professionals are already paying attention to Generation Y / Millenials, and as this genaration ages they too will fall into the mature model category. Unlike most Los Angeles modeling agencies, we have a talent roster covering all ages, so our mature modeling agency can help you throughout the years.

Boomers also fall into the senior model category and those just a bit older may be considered by some to be elderly models. Our Los Angeles senior and mature adult models are a treasured part of our agency, and it is wonderful that companies (especially pharmaceutical companies and financial institution) have begun to value these wonderful people from a commercial perspective. There are countless opportunities in Los Angeles and other cities for actors, real people, and models to appear in commercials, advertisements, and even television shows and movies. Whether you are or are looking for a boomer or a silver fox, we've got them.

Wendy is also a role model for young adults who may be experiencing early signs of mood instability. When it comes to mental health issues, people are so much better off seeking help sooner than later, before things worsen and become difficult to manage. 041b061a72


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