“Our hypothesis is that maintenance of physical activity—specifically swimming—preserves higher brain activity,” he says.
One of his favorite hacks is to put on the fluorescent vest of a maintenance worker.
Gunn had worked more than 20 years for the University of Chicago, most recently as a dispatcher at the maintenance department.
mid-14c., "bearing, deportment," from Old French maintenance "upkeep; shelter, protection,: from maintenir (see maintain). Meaning "action of upholding or keeping in being" is from early 15c. "Action of providing a person with the necessities of life" is from late 14c.
maintenance main·te·nance (mān'tə-nəns)
The extent to which a patient continues good health practices without professional supervision, as distinguished from adherence or compliance.
The modification of a software product, after delivery, to correct faults, to improve performance or other attributes, or to adapt the product to a changed environment.
Maintenance is an important part of the software life-cycle. It is expensive in manpower and resources, and one of the aims of software engineering is to reduce its cost.