In the city of the future, the ability to get people from point A to point B will be as much about the vehicle as it will be about the curb. Most experts estimate that an average of 30% of the traffic
Even if you have enough money for retirement, who will help you manage your finances when you can’t? Who can you count on to be a caregiver? Don’t have an answer to those questions? You are not alone intended).
For years, Marcy Sherman-Lewis went to a beauty salon in St. Joseph, Mo., every few weeks for a haircut and highlights. It had become something of an ordeal to prepare her husband, Gene Lewis, for this
Dementia is more likely to be missed in men because they are less likely to lose their memory, a major study has found. Research on 1,600 patients found that male dementia sufferers were more likely to
Transit agencies, take note: For the growing number of Americans over 65, mobility can’t wait. Protected streets, denser neighborhoods, and accessible medical care make urban life safer and healthier everyone—especially
Dense, well-educated, immigrant-friendly cities boost longevity—especially for the low-income. Some of the most provocative social science research in the past decade has come from the Equality of Opportunity
Most of us would like to lead long and healthy lives, but what, if anything, can we do to make it possible? Longer life is the one thing you can't buy making it something of a preoccupation for the Davos
Diagnosed at 58, Mitchell was determined not to be beaten: ‘Why feel ashamed of having a complex brain disease?’ The word can seem like a sentence, and the sentence can bring a sense of helplessness, despair.
You may not need another reason to retire early, but I’ll give you one anyway: It could lengthen your life. That’s the thrust from various research in recent years, and also from a 2017 study in the journal
Conventional wisdom says apps aren’t for old people. But that may change as tech startups take on a sizable need: caring for elderly relatives When Alan’s wife, Toby, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s four
Any plan to make cities better start with the single step we all take when we leave home. What’s the single most important factor in a livable city? Pedestrians. After all, even if we commute to work a
You probably don’t want to die. Most people don’t. But death takes us all no matter our preference. As children we are taught that one day we’ll have to leave Neverland, grow old, and pass on, but still,