I can remember the first time I read about the “American Blue Zone,” Loma Linda, California. The town has a huge Seventh Day Adventist population.
In her article “10 ways Gen Zs spend money differently than their Gen X parents,” Swain-Wilson (2018) compares/contrasts the spending habits of Gen Xers to
In 2014, Brown University reported some significant–yet widely unheralded–research concerning the way older brains accept and process new information: Brain scientists have long believed that
I am proud to announce that I am chairing my college’s new Committee on Multi-Generational Teaching & Learning. From what I can tell, the committee
There are several articles on the internet with lists of things that younger people shouldn’t say to older people and vice versa. I’d like to
On March 1, 2018, Michael Dimock, President of Pew Research Center, reported that, in terms of Pew’s research endeavors, “Anyone born between 1981 and 1996