I assumed that the presence of the Kardashians would destroy any authenticity. It did not.
“A walk in the park may soothe the mind and, in the process, change the workings of our brains in ways that improve our mental health, according to an interesting new study of the physical effects on the brain of visiting nature.” From the New York Times: How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain
“Sex is good for more than your relationship. In fact, according to science, getting busy on the regular can benefit your overall health—and your guy’s, too—in some pretty major ways.” From stylecaster.com: 16 Reasons You Should Be Having More Sex, According to Science
“Women who develop slight memory deficits and mental decline slide faster toward dementia than men, according to a new study presented Tuesday at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Washington.” From TIME.com: Study Finds That Women Slip Into Dementia Faster Than Men
The scourge of midlife/menopausal women: sleepless nights. “There are many theories about the disconnect between subjective and objective sleep. Some studies suggest that worry is linked to a misperception of sleep.” From the Wall Street Journal: You May Be Getting More Sleep Than You Think
“With the number of Americans age 85 and older growing faster than any other age group, so is the demand for elder care specialists.” Some of these specialists can help families decide upon the most appropriate living arrangements for that particular time. From the New York Times: Making Decisions on Elder Housing May Take…
“Over the last couple months, more than 1,300 Baby Boomers have taken our Retirement Priorities Quiz and the results show a startling discrepancy between the groups level of financial and personal preparedness for retirement.” From Forbes.com: New Survey Reveals Baby Boomers Taking a Lopsided Approach to Retirement
The Emmy Award nominations were announced this week and in addition to including a fair share of women 45 and up, they also gave shout outs to people of colormore than ever before. From The Atlantic: Diversity Comes to the Emmys, Slowly