“We’re just so desperate to keep people connected.”
The difficulties that elderly people face in prison are uniquely dangerous.
Celebrating Shabbat with a Baconator and Challah.
Stigmas surrounding professional elder care in China force senior citizens to live in dilapidated conditions.
It’s not easy to be a member of the sandwich generation, with two kids and an aging mother in decline.
“Do not be afraid o Israel, fear not, for are you not a lion’s cub.”
Because aging is what we get to do when we don’t die.
A 98-year-old woman has converted to Judaism — eighty years after her introduction to the religion.
“I just hope Trump can read,” Ida Shreiber, 91, said.
JERUSALEM — Israelis aged 80 and older will no longer have to wait in line in stores and for most services. The Knesset passed a bill on Tuesday night that will allow the elderly to receive public services without waiting in line at places such as the post office, bank, supermarket, movie theaters and…