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The possibility of living a longer, healthier life is more attractive than ever, and for guidance, we can look to the daily practices of people who live the longest. There are five areas in the world where people's life expectancies exceed the average expectation. These places, commonly known as the Blue Zones, are:Okinawa, JapanIkaria, GreeceNicoya, Costa RicaLoma Linda, Calif., U.S.Sardinia, ItalyDan Buettner is a longevity expert who visited these areas and classified them as Blue Zones. Buettner recently appeared on an episode of "Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris," and discussed the similarities that people in these parts of the world share. "I call them the Power Nine."
Persons: Italy Dan Buettner, Dan Harris, Buettner Organizations: Costa Rica Loma Locations: Okinawa, Japan Ikaria, Greece, Costa Rica, Calif, U.S, Sardinia, Italy
Editor’s Note: Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. CNN —In travel news this week, new hiking programs in Italy, America’s best restaurants and chefs and how to bear-proof your picnic. Hiking in ItalyThe Proclaimers were willing to walk 500 miles for their dream, but the under-35s only have to embark on a 500-kilometer (311-mile) walking route to qualify for three nights’ free accommodation in Sardinia, Italy. The accommodation vouchers are valid from September 15 to the end of the year, so start planning now. CNN Travel celebrates the best barbecue from around the world.
Persons: James Beard, CNN It’s, Yogi Bear, they’re, It’s Organizations: CNN, Palma de Mallorca Airport, Austrian Airlines, Palma de Mallorca, Oakland Zoo, China Eastern Airlines, CNN Travel Locations: Italy, Sardinia, Cammino, Santa Barbara, Chicago, Denmark, French Polynesia, India, Nepal, Greece, China, Spain, Austrian, Palma, Vienna, Austria, California, Florida
CNN —Sardinia, Italy (CNN) – Uruguay at the 1950 World Cup. Cameroon at the 1990 World Cup. Lewandowski celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group C match against Saudi Arabia at the Education City Stadium in Al-Rayyan, west of Doha on November 26, 2022. “I think we are playing good football [and] we know that we are not the favourites in the group stage. “They were fighting [a] similar situation before the World Cup and they were so close and now they did it,” he said.
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After 20 years of interviewing centenarians and visiting "Blue Zones," the areas in the world where people tend to live the longest, Dan Buettner learned something that he didn't expect. "When you take worldwide data on happiness, and you control for everything else, you find that people who live next to water are...happier than people who [don't]," Buettner says. In fact, all five Blue Zones — Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Loma Linda, Calif., U.S.; Ikaria, Greece; Nicoya, Costa Rica — are on the water. "It may be the tranquilizing effect of water or it may be that the climate is moderated because of the water," Buettner says. A 2017 systematic review published in BMJ Open found that spending time near coasts, lakes or rivers can "promote health and well-being and prevent disease."
Persons: centenarians, Dan Buettner, Buettner, Loma Locations: Okinawa, Japan, Sardinia, Italy, Calif, Ikaria, Greece, Costa Rica
CNN —French soccer superstar Kylian Mbappé said that there were “things and people that made me unhappy” during his final season at Paris Saint-Germain, in his first comments since his blockbuster move to Real Madrid. Mbappé was speaking at a media conference on Tuesday ahead of France’s friendly against Luxembourg and stressed that his long-expected move to Madrid was a “relief,” while also adding that his final season in Paris was filled with mixed emotions. While saying in general that he was happy in his final season, he went to detail one aspect that did make him unhappy. But his final season in Paris was overshadowed by speculation around his future. “I wish him all the best,” told CNN Sport’s Amanda Davies at the Globe Soccer Awards Forum in Sardinia, Italy.
Persons: Kylian Mbappé, , Germain, Mbappé, , ” Mbappé, Alex Caparros, Luis Enrique, Luís Campos, Bertrand Guay, Mbappé’s, Nasser Al, Khelaifi, Amanda Davies, ” Al, Les Bleus Organizations: CNN, Paris Saint, Real, Luxembourg, PSG, Real Sociedad, Champions League, Ligue, AC Milan, Getty, French, Globe Soccer, , Austria Locations: French, Real Madrid, Madrid, Paris, AFP, Sardinia, Italy, France, Germany
Xabi Alonso and Bayer Leverkusen are a living, breathing testament to that. “During the first weeks of the competition, I had a good feeling that we could make a good season. “For sure, I was not that optimistic that we could fight until the last week, but that we could have a good season? Could Leverkusen become just the second German team in history to complete a treble after Bayern Munich? “For the whole of Europe or even the whole world to see how good the teams are, how good the players are … it’s really, really important.
Persons: it’s, Xabi Alonso, they’ve, , , ” Alonso, Amanda Davies, Alonso, , , Francis Gonzalez, Granit, Victor Boniface, Florian Wirtz, Jeremie Frimpong, Ina Fassbender, “ We’re, Alonso applauds, Alex Grimm, It’s, Atalanta, That’s, Premier League …, Hesham, Jeremie, Frimpong, ” It’s, Vincent Kompany, Arne, he’d Organizations: Italy CNN, Bayer Leverkusen, CNN, Globe Soccer, , Real Madrid’s, Real, Sociedad, Real Sociedad, Real Sociedad B, Bundesliga, Champions, Champions League, Bayern Munich, , Leverkusen, Real Madrid, League, Getty, Augsburg, Invincibles, Benfica, Atalanta, Europa League, Kaiserslautern, Leverkusen's Europa League, Borussia Dortmund, ‘ Farmers League, Liga, Premier League, – Bayern Munich, Liverpool Locations: Sardinia, Italy, AFP, Germany, Europe, Dortmund, San Francisco, Delhi, Liverpool, Merseyside
Last season, the Gunners were edged out in the Premier League title race by five points. “I think we should be very proud of what we’ve done throughout this season, both in European competition and the Premier League. Champions League football has returned to the Emirates and so, too, has silverware. Catherine Ivill/ReutersYet it is the holy grail of the Premier League that he, the players, and the fans still so greatly crave. The former hinted after his latest league accomplishment that his stay in the Premier League is more likely than not to be drawing to a close.
Persons: Mikel Arteta, Pep, “ I’m, ” Arteta, Amanda Davies, , Arteta, Catherine Ivill, , Guardiola, Jason Cairnduff, he’d, that’s, We’ve, Glyn Kirk, Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, I’m Organizations: Italy CNN, Arsenal, Manchester City, Gunners, Premier League, CNN, Globe Soccer, Arteta, North London, Champions League, Emirates, City, Sky Blues, Barcelona’s, Guardiola, Getty Images, West Ham United, Chelsea, Ajax, it’s Locations: Sardinia, Italy, North, Catalunya, North London, Manchester, AFP, London
Tourists line a street in Venice, Italy, on Saturday, March 16, 2024. Italy is caught in an envious trap: it can't live without tourists, but it's having trouble handling the influx, particularly after Covid. He considers himself fortunate he's a boat driver: he pities the poor tourists who rent cars or try to find an elusive taxi. A general picture shows the main facade of the Pantheon in Piazza della Rotonda on March 30, 2024 in Rome, Italy. The famous Villa La Cassinella on the lake can be yours, for 100,000 euros a week.
Persons: Covid, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, there's, Croissants, it's, George Clooney's, Villa D'Este, Clooney, Villa, Uber, Rick Steves, Uber Van, Steves Organizations: Villa, Italian Association of Employment, Milanese, risotto Milanese, La Scala, Villa Oleandra Locations: Venice, Italy, Bellagio, Lake Como, Tremezzo, Paris, Piazza della, Rome, Milan, Marche, Sardinia, New York, Camparino, Villa, North America
Now, Kylian Mbappé, who is widely expected to imminently join Real Madrid, says he’s looking forward to the challenge of playing in a new country. Spada/LaPresse/ShutterstockThe first time Real came calling for Mbappé was when the forward was just 13 years old. In his comic book, “Je m’appelle Kylian (I’m called Kylian),” Mbappé describes his dreams of one day playing in the famed white shirt of Los Blancos. We won the league and went to the semifinal of the Champions [League], but I did nothing important in the world of football. I’m French, I’m from Paris, so it was something special.
Persons: Italy CNN —, Germain, Kylian Mbappé, imminently, ” Mbappé, Amanda Davies, , , “ It’s, it’s, Mbappé, Real, , Frenchman, Matthias Hangst, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo Nazário, Luís Figo, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaká –, Karim Benzema, Vinícius Jr, Jude Bellingham, Will Mbappé, Alain Jocard, I’m, “ I’ve, that’s Organizations: Italy CNN, Paris Saint, Real Madrid, CNN, Globe Soccer, PSG …, French, PSG, Global, France, Real, Borussia Dortmund, Champions League, London’s Wembley, League, Bayern Munich, RC Lens, Getty, Paris, AS Monaco, Ligue, Champions, Locations: Sardinia, Italy, Spada, Paris, Qatar, Real Madrid, Lyon, London’s, France, England, Spain, Germany, Lisbon, AFP, Monaco
They initially mulled over relocating to four potential destinations – Ghana, Sweden, Mexico, and of course, Costa Rica. There’s something energetic about being in Costa Rica.”‘Serendipitous’ move"There’s something energetic about being in Costa Rica," says Ward-Hopper. The community really looked out for each other.”New additionTheir son Nicolai was born in Costa Rica in 2020. “So for us it is more affordable, it’s getting more expensive as more people move to Costa Rica. “I guess we’re more nomadic than stationary, but Costa Rica feels like home.”
Persons: Kema, Hopper, Nicholas Hopper, Aaralyn, , , I’d, Hurricane Harvey, Houston, Ward, they’d, we’ve, Nicolai, ” “, it’s, she’s, “ I’m, Costa, Costa Rica Organizations: CNN, Central American, CNN Travel, Loma Locations: Costa Rica, Houston , Texas, Houston, Ghana, Sweden, Mexico, “ Costa Rica, – Costa Rica, , Pueblo Nuevo, California, Sardinia, Okinawa, Nicoya, Costa Rican, Latin America, Colombia, Brazil, Costa
Spotify has launched AI Playlist, a new feature that makes playlists with a text or emoji prompt. It then gives you three options: "Playlist" to build your own, "Blend" to make a shared playlist with friends, and "AI Playlist" to "turn your ideas into playlists using AI." Jyoti MannOnce you tap "AI Playlist," a text box appears where you can enter a prompt — even by entering just an emoji. Within five seconds it can put together a playlist made up of 30 songs based on what it thinks you'll like. I then asked for a playlist based on the vibes of Joseph Cooper, the main character in the movie "Interstellar."
Persons: , I've, Jyoti Mann, swiping, Adele, Hozier, Amy Winehouse, Joseph Cooper, Gaga's, Ryan Lewis's Organizations: Spotify, Service Locations: Australia, Sardinia, Italy
As a child, I traveled around Italy on family vacations and now live in the northern Veneto region. Over the years, I've made a conscious effort to explore the less-crowded areas of the country. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . I've been traveling the country since childhood, initially with my parents on family vacations, and then as a resident of the northern Veneto region as a journalist. Over the past few years, I've made a conscious effort to go where the crowds don't.
Persons: I've, , there's Organizations: Service Locations: Italy, Veneto, Iseo, Urbino, Alba, Venice, Sardinia
Valter Longo has been studying longevity in Italy for nearly 20 years, but having grown up in regions like Molochio, Calabria, he would say he's been interested in how to live longer basically all of his life. In 1989, Longo officially started researching what it takes to make it to age 100 and beyond. Now, he's the director of the Longevity and Cancer Laboratory at the IFOM Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan, Italy. Longo is also the director of the Longevity Institute of the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology at the University of Southern California-Los Angeles. Here's what Longo says is the best way to eat for longevity.
Persons: Valter Longo, he's, Longo, Dan Buettner Organizations: Cancer Laboratory, IFOM, Molecular Oncology, Longevity, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern, University of Southern California -, Longo's Locations: Italy, Molochio, Calabria, Milan, University of Southern California, University of Southern California - Los Angeles, Sardinia
Mary Grace Tassone, Sylvia Crane, and Joan Harris went to high school together in the 1950s. AdvertisementResearch suggests that strong relationships are a secret weapon for longevity — which might explain why three women in their 80s who have stayed friends since childhood are so happy and healthy in their eighth decade of life. AdvertisementAccording to gerontologist professor Rose Anne Kenny, maintaining an active social life may be as important as a healthy diet and exercise for longevity. Atria Grass ValleyGo to happy hourTassone, Harris, and Crane all drink alcohol most days. "We have wine with our dinner every single day, and then we have happy hour before dinner sometimes.
Persons: Mary Grace Tassone, Sylvia Crane, Joan Harris, , Elsie Webb, Tassone, Crane, Harris, — Harris, Tasson, it's, It's, Rose Anne Kenny, Joseph Maroon, centenarians, Agnes Fenton Organizations: Service, Research, Business, Tassone, Mayo Clinic, Loma, BI, World Health Organization Locations: Grass Valley, Northern California, California, America, Sardinia, Italy, Ikaria, Greece
Blue zones are places that have 10 times more centenarians compared to the U.S. on a per capita basis. While the original blue zones came about by natural circumstances, blue zones 2.0 are man-made. "The old blue zones are disappearing because they're becoming Americanized," Buettner said. Keep loved ones closeResearch shows that people in blue zones tend to prioritize their loved ones and keep them nearby. Accessible health careSingaporeans enjoy universal health care which means residents have access to quality medical care, including health services such as prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and palliative care.
Persons: Koh Sze Kiat, Dan Buettner, Loma, Buettner, That's, Grant, Lee Kuan Yew Organizations: Getty Images Singapore, CNBC, Loma Linda, National Geographic, National Institute of Aging, Toyota Camry, Research, Pew Research Center, Pew, Health Locations: Singapore, Greece, Okinawa, Japan, Costa Rica, Sardinia, Italy, United States, walkability, U.S, America
Storing Renewable Energy, One Balloon at a Time
  + stars: | 2024-03-18 | by ( Amos Zeeberg | )   time to read: +2 min
The key component of this technology is as unlikely as the remote location: carbon dioxide, the chief cause of global warming. Energy Dome, a start-up based in Milan, runs an energy-storage demonstration plant that helps to address a mismatch in the local electricity market. “In Sardinia during the day, everyone goes to the sea,” Claudio Spadacini, chief executive of Energy Dome, said. Energy Dome uses carbon dioxide held in a huge balloon, the “dome” in the company’s name, as a kind of battery. Companies are developing and marketing varied and creative ways to store renewable energy: liquefying carbon dioxide, de-rusting iron, heating towers filled with sand to temperatures almost hot enough to melt aluminum.
Persons: Clint Eastwood, Claudio Spadacini, , Jennifer M, Granholm, we’ve, , Elaine Hart Organizations: Energy Locations: Sardinia, Ottana, Milan, , U.S
AdvertisementVitamin DGreger takes a vitamin D supplement every day. Most people get enough vitamin D from sunlight, but those living in colder climates are unlikely to get enough during winter and fall. "People eating a plant-based diet must ensure a regular, reliable source of vitamin B12 throughout their lifespan," Greger said. Vitamin B12 is generally considered safe, even at high doses, and has no established maximum dose, according to Healthline. AdvertisementAlgae-based DHAGreger takes an algae-based DHA supplement daily for brain health and cognitive function, he said.
Persons: , Michael Greger, Greger, Loma, They're, there's, Ginger Organizations: Service, Business, USP, American Cancer Society, National Institutes of Health, Cleveland Clinic, B12, Harvard Medical School, Greger Locations: Sardinia, Italy, Loma Linda, California
Italy's Amalfi Coast will get a new airport
  + stars: | 2024-02-09 | by ( Julia Buckley | )   time to read: +4 min
That rule is about to get a little less hard and fast as the Amalfi Coast gets its “own” airport. Technically it’s a reopening rather than a new airport built from scratch. ‘An important moment for the region’The Amalfi Coast is stunningly beautiful -- and it is one of the most overtouristed parts of Italy. GI_ELLE/iStock Editorial/Getty ImagesAnd while the Amalfi Coast has struggled with overtourism with authorities introducing major restrictions on cars to ease congestion, locals seem pleased. Fausto Salsano, owner of Vietri Centro B&B in Vietri sul Mare, the first village on the famous coastline, told CNN: “I’m thrilled that we will have an Amalfi Coast airport.
Persons: CNN —, Volotea, , ” GESAC, Frank Bienewald, Carlos Muñoz, GESAC’s Roberto Barbieri, Fausto Salsano, “ I’m, it’ll, Organizations: CNN, Amalfi Coast, Volotea, Aircraft, Nantes, Cagliari, Catania, GESAC, Vietri Centro Locations: Italy, Amalfi, Salerno Costa, Salerno, Airlines, Spanish, France, Sardinia, Verona, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam Schiphol, Kuwait City, Naples, Vietri sul Mare, Amalfi Coast
Sardinia, Italy is one of the world's five "Blue Zones" — or places around the world where an unusually large number of people live to 100 or longer. For these vibrant Sardinian senior citizens, what they eat plays an important role in longevity. But you don't need to live in Italy to get these culinary health benefits. Here's how to eat like a Sardinian for a longer life:1. Grow some of your own foodSardinians like to forage for wild asparagus, wild greens, berries and mushrooms.
Locations: Sardinia, Italy, Sardinian
I've spent the last 20 years studying the five Blue Zones: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; Ikaria, Greece; and Loma Linda, California. These areas are home to the world's longest-living people. Witters told me that authentic happiness emerges from a cluster of interconnected factors that almost always appear in a pack. He identified 15 of what he calls "cowbell" metrics that signal true happiness. How many of these ring true for you?
Persons: I've, Loma, Dan Witters, Witters Organizations: Gallup National Health Locations: Okinawa, Japan, Sardinia, Italy, Costa Rica, Ikaria, Greece, Loma Linda , California
CNN —Italian soccer great Luigi ‘Gigi’ Riva died on Monday at the age of 79, according to the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). Nicknamed ‘Rombo di Tuono’ (‘Roar of Thunder’) – a nod to his shooting and physical strength – Riva is Italy’s leading all-time national team goalscorer, a title he has held since 1973 after passing Giuseppe Meazza. Have a good trip, beloved Gigi.”Riva made his international debut aged 20 and was part of the side that won Italy’s first ever European Championship. He more than played his part, opening the scoring in the final against Yugoslavia, which Italy won 2-0. He joined the club at the age of 19 after making his professional debut for Serie C team Legnano-Ivrea.
Persons: Luigi ‘ Gigi ’ Riva, Riva, , Tuono, , – Riva, Giuseppe Meazza, Gianni Infantino, Gigi, ” Riva, Italy’s, , Arrigo Sacchi, Legnano, Gigi Riva, Alessandro Sabattini, Marcello Lippi’s Organizations: CNN, Italian Football Federation, , FIFA, Yugoslavia, Italy, West Germany, Cagliari, Serie C, Sardinian, Serie A, France Locations: Italy, Mexico, Italy's, Brazil, Sardinia, Ivrea, Cagliari
CNN —Climate change might be keeping some people awake at night — it turns out it’s the same for mountain goats. Scientists in Italy have found rising temperatures are forcing mountain goats to live a more nocturnal lifestyle, making them more vulnerable to predators. While goats are typically diurnal, warmer temperatures during the day mean they have to expend more energy foraging for food. “With increasing global warming, these shifts from diurnal to nocturnal activity will be increased,” she said. She says it might also be valuable to prevent tourists from visiting areas that the ibex critically need for foraging.
Persons: , ” Francesca Brivio, , ” Brivio, Sergio Pitamitz, Brivio Organizations: CNN, University of Sassari, University of Ferrara Locations: Italy, Sardinia, Gran
The phenomenon, known as a starling murmuration in English or “black sun” in Danish, lasts just minutes, or even seconds. But it left a lasting impression on Danish photographer Søren Solkær, who first witnessed the spectacle when he was 10 years old. “The first thing that came to mind was starling murmurations … this big piece of calligraphy in the sky,” he told CNN. Solkær’s latest photobook, “Starling,” published last month, charts this migration journey, and with it, he hopes to inspire a closer relationship with nature. In Rome, Solkær included architecture in his compositions.
Persons: CNN —, Søren Solkær, ” Solkær, Solkær, Amy Winehouse, Metallica, Paul McCartney, starling, “ Starling, , , Søren Solkær “, falconer, Diviners, that’s, “ I’ve, Organizations: CNN, , starlings, University of Copenhagen, Museum Locations: Denmark, Europe, Ireland, Italy, Wadden, North Africa, Rome, Danish, Søren Solkær “ Rome, North America, , Socotra, Bhutan, South Asia, Australia, Sardinia
REUTERS/Russell Cheyne/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSummaryCompanies Saudi Arabia's PIF buys into Rocco Forte hotel groupPlans to help expand luxury hotel groupItalian investor CDPE checks out of chainDec 4 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's PIF sovereign wealth fund will buy a 49% stake in luxury hotel group Rocco Forte Hotels and help to support its expansion, the owner of Britain's Balmoral hotel said on Monday. A spokesperson for Rocco Forte Hotels declined to confirm the size of PIF's stake. Rocco Forte Hotels, founded in 1996, operates across Italy, Britain, Germany, Belgium and Russia and has 20 private villas in addition to its hotels. CDPE, which owned a 23% stake in Rocco Forte Hotels, is owned by Italy's state-backed fund CDP. Rocco Forte, which was advised by Rothschild, reported revenues of around 300 million pounds last fiscal year, with a core profit of around 60 million pounds, according to a source.
Persons: Russell Cheyne, Companies Saudi Arabia's PIF, Rocco Forte, CDPE, Olga Polizzi, Forte, Rocco Forte Hotels, Al Nowaiser, PIF, Rothschild, Yadarisa, Elisa Anzolin, Keith Weir, Dhanya Ann Thoppil, Nivedita Bhattacharjee, Alex Richardson Organizations: REUTERS, Companies Saudi Arabia's, Saudi Arabia's, Rocco Forte Hotels, Financial Times, Granada, Thomson Locations: Balmoral, Scotland, Edinburgh, Britain, Saudi, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Milan, Sardinia, Italy's, SAUDI ARABIA, Saudi Arabia, Bengaluru, London
Up until the development of the DII, "there was really no way to quantify the effect of diet on inflammation," Hébert said. But chronic inflammation — inflammation that persists for months or even years— can damage healthy cells. "If I didn't eat a lot of fish, I'd probably consider taking fish oil," Hébert said. Leafy, green vegetablesElena Veselova/ShutterstockVegetables are excellent anti-inflammatory foods, Hébert said. Don't stress about cutting out foods — think about what to add inDon't worry too much about skipping inflammatory foods, Hébert said.
Persons: , James Hébert, Hébert, I'd, Elena Veselova, Getty Organizations: Service, University of South, Cancer Prevention, Control, Business, Harvard Health Locations: Sardinia, Italy, Olive
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