“Lost on the Frontline” is an ongoing project by Kaiser Health News and The Guardian that aims to document the lives of health care workers in the U.S. who died from COVID 19, and to investigate why so many are victims of the disease.
Seeking comfort in the COVID outbreak is a major disruption for everyone that sometimes proves “lovely.”
The suicide rate for children ages 10 to 14 almost tripled in a decade and is still rising. As parents grapple with loss, some turn to activism.
As homelessness among older adults increases, a movement is afoot to use a powerful 3D printer to construct affordable and durable housing.
New thinking about aging spins on how to stay free of chronic illnesses and cognitive decline later in life.
More baby boomers look forward to aging in place — in their homes, rather than in a care facility. But the costs of retrofitting a house is likely prohibitive for many Americans.
As dockless electric scooters run roughshod through cities nationwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issues its first assessment on injuries and safety. It studied the injuries linked to riding e-scooters in Austin, Texas, from September through November. More than 200 people were hurt in scooter crashes and mishaps — with nearly half suffering head injuries.
El estudio de los CDC mostró un mayor número de hombres lesionados, pocos accidentes por choques con autos, y casi cero uso del casco de seguridad. Ya se registran muertes.
La soledad, que se considera epidémica entre los adultos mayores, está alcanzando a las generaciones jóvenes, siempre conectadas en las redes sociales.
Millennials and Gen Zers say they often feel isolated even when surrounded by friends — both real and virtual.