Monthly Archives: January 2018

Stanford Longevity Design Challenge 17/18 – The Finalists.

“Promoting Lifelong Healthy Habits Through Design” How do you know you are getting enough vitamins to prove your healthy eating habits are working? What amount of physical activity are you getting in your day? How would you like to change your sense of social isolation while bridging connectivity across generations? These are some of the

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Caregiving as a Core Community Investment

In his 2001 book, Longevity Revolution, among the numerous futuristic insights Theodore Roszak shared was in regards to the subject of caregiving. As he framed it under the healthcare spectrum, he talked about economists, believing that by the mid-21st century the USA could be spending 30 percent of GDP on health care and then, to

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Financial Planning Season. Tripping Over the Awkward R Word

For how many years now, have we heard ourselves say that the pre-Christmas selling season starts far too early? By the time we get over the final echo of the last holiday ad jingle that seems to leave a ringing in our ears well in to January, that other selling season begins – financial planning

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Aging & Longevity, Conference Round Up 2018.

For the 5th year now, it has become an annual January tradition to lead off with a short list of selected major conferences or symposiums around the world, under the macro theme of Aging and Longevity. As usual, I try to avoid featuring events that are overtly commercial in nature. I look for ones that

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