The Baba Yagas’ House, a feminist senior community, has opened in Paris after 15 years of work; devised and run by a community of dynamic women who want to keep their independence but live communally. “To live long is a good thing but to age well is better,” says 85-year-old Thérèse Clerc. “We want to change the way people see old age... learning to live differently.” 4 of 25 flats are reserved for young students. More like them at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/grow-up-age-croning/
Landmark Study Finds Dementia Risk Varies Significantly Among Racial And Ethnic Groups
In the largest and longest study thus far of ethnic disparities in dementia risk, researchers compared six ethnic and racial groups within the same geographic population and found significant variation in dementia incidence among them.
Guest Post: Life Is Messy | Ever Upward™...among other things, Elisha of Waiting for Baby Bird discusses why you shouldn't compare yourself to others and how you should remember that you can't always see people's suffering.