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People who are different from you really do know cool stuff

Just lately I seem to have been spending more time than usual with younger and older people. Younger and older, that is, than the middle aged people who make up most of my peers…in and out of work. 611 more words


Talking about urinary incontinence

This week is World Continence Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of continence. The theme this year, Incontinence – no laughing matter, tackles a common response by people to laugh off incontinence. 359 more words

Older People

Old Age


Introducing a various range of ideas around old age has a significant issue with diseases, giving an impartial reasoning and understanding about the different trends within society and how they can change a person’s attitude about their moral self. 444 more words


Ella Baker's Last Years

After many years of traveling around, Ella retreated to New York City in 1967, but her activism didn’t take a break. She joined with Arthur Kinoy to start the Mass Party Organizing Committee, which was a socialist organization. 119 more words

Ella Baker

Do we need role models?

By Caitlin Kelly

A favorite TV series, about an older Swedish detective

Once you become an adult, certainly if you’re female and choose an unconventional life — maybe not marrying or not having children or working in a creative field — you might crave a role model. 758 more words



Moore (2015), defined menopause as the age-dependent permanent cessation of menstruation and ovulation due to ovarian failure. The stage of life where symptoms may occur during the years around the last menstrual period is more accurate called perimenopause. 446 more words


Research Blog 4.

Effects of Mobile Phone Use on the Brain

This article is focused on the negative effects that mobile phone use can have on the brain. In the introductory paragraph, the author, highlights that concerns continue to be raised about potential adverse health impacts associated with their use. 322 more words