After initial reports said young people were not as vulnerable to the coronavirus, officials are changing their messaging — but some spring breakers may not be listening.
Older adults are not immune to the problems of abuse and addiction, and signs point to a growing problem.
Quit squirming and listen up: Older people are doing it every day. Now, deal.
If you don't work in the industry, you might not "get" why someone would spend cash on learning about older people. But if you're in the private sector, I recommend that you have a change of heart. I know that growing older is not an attractive phase in our culture, and the general public would rather ignore it altogether.
The American public's cynicism about Washington can diminish when bipartisanship prevails and bills become law. The most recent example of this was the signing into law of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act by President Obama yesterday, July 22.
In southern California, there is a town full some of the healthiest people in the world. Loma Linda, California, whose good
Have you ever wondered what you'll look like in 10, 15, or 20 years? Or have you ever been stunned to see photos of your
Whether or not we're well-equipped or prepared, the reality remains that many of us will be tasked with making impactful decisions associated with caring for an elderly loved one.
4. Your parents are no longer the only "adult" role models you have. By Amy Shearn 3. You've had multiple opportunities to
In a flu season that is expected to be the worst in a decade, the 39.6 million Americans aged 65 years or older are among