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Low sexual satisfaction in middle age may predict future cognitive decline, according to a study by Penn State researchers. The study, which examined 818 men over a 12-year period, found that declines in sexual satisfaction and erectile function were correlated with future memory loss. While the study cannot establish causality, its findings suggest that improving sexual satisfaction could lead to better memory function. The study also found that lower life satisfaction is linked to an increased risk of  Alzheimers’s disease, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and other health problems. The older population in the US is predicted to double in the next 30 years, leading to twice the number of people experiencing these declines.

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After the story of her association with the Iraqi journalist Nizar Al-Faris caused an uproar during the past days, the artist Houria Farghali returned to the forefront of the scene, this time accusing her manager of stealing her accounts on social networking sites.

Farghali accused her recent business manager of taking over her accounts on social media, according to Egyptian media.

And the artist said in televised statements, yesterday evening, Tuesday, that her business manager is bargaining with her in order to restore her accounts on the communication sites in exchange for obtaining half a million Egyptian pounds.

She also indicated that she is not responsible for the materials that are currently being published on these accounts, and continued, saying that all her accounts were stolen by a well-known company, and added, “I don’t know why she doesn’t want to break the contract between me and her?”

Farghali explained that her contract with her business manager provides for the payment of half a million pounds if she wants to terminate the contract with her, noting that she refuses to return her accounts on social media, as she links them to paying the value of the termination of the contract.

It is noteworthy that the social media and the artistic community have been buzzing over the past few days with the news of the Iraqi journalist, Nizar Al-Fares, announcing his association with the Egyptian artist Houria Farghali, which was denied by the latter.

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