Thursday, January 13, 2022

Roundup of Articles

I've been off the grid for a while, so I have a backlog of articles for the blog.  I think they are interesting, even though they may be dated by a couple of months. So I'm going to list some of them here and if the topic interests you, click on the link to read the article.  There are so many, I'm not going to summarize or discuss them.

Lowe’s sees sales growth by helping baby boomers stay in their homes.

Costs and considerations for home health care of aging loved ones in Florida. (48 minute podcast plus accompanying article)

End-of-life conversations may be helpful to patients and families

From my friend Professor Naomi Cahn: Contextualizing Menopause in the Law.

The data that shows Boomers are to blame for the labor shortage

‘Greatest Generation’ runs counter to its wholesome image in survey on race, sex and combat during World War II

Private Equity Is Gobbling Up Hospice Chains And Getting Involved In The Business Of Dying

Three key numbers that explain America's labor shortage (discussing early retirement).

I have more for tomorrow's post and then I'll be "caught up" with the news!

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