“Social media platforms are sucking a generation into a misinformation rabbit hole.”
A Wealth of Perspective for a Free Ride, Now and Again
“Over the months, spending time with these more seasoned humans offers a perspective that is grounding, calming.”
Why Murder-Suicide is on the Rise Among the Elderly
“He thought he could live with the punishment of grief—he had done what his wife had asked—but the punishment of the law would be another matter.” Ann Neumann investigates why mercy killings and murder-suicides are on the rise.
How Japan Deals with the Remains of Your Days
In Japan, business is booming for those who clean out apartments after people die.
City on a Hill
A dementia patient’s daughter begins to question her own grasp on reality.
Old In Art School
At 64, Nell Painter left a secure teaching position and went back to school to study art.
Desperately Seeking Company: Male, Age 85, Up for Adoption
One elderly man’s attempt to combat crushing loneliness.
Elderly Japanese Women Are Turning to Crime to Find Companionship in Prison
For some elderly women in Japan, prison offers companionship and a life free from worry.
Living That Early Bird Life, But Differently
Why is the iconic early bird special disappearing in Florida’s retirement communties?