MONTHLY BAROMETER - WELLNESS EDITION "Brexeternity"-At the eleventh hour, all options are back on the table, from May's deal to a no-deal, from a softer Brexit to a second referendum. But irrespective of the actual outcome, Brexit won't be over any time soon.
A non-profit senior housing provider in the Pacific Northwest is investing in independent living "pocket neighborhoods" that prioritize socialization and community among residents, including a new design that meets its own energy needs. Rose Villa, a "type B" life plan community with more than 200 residents in Portland, Oregon, recently unveiled a new 12-cottage, energy-efficient neighborhoo
With unemployment rates dipping below 3% in states across the country, senior living workforce challenges are only becoming more acute. And like other industries, senior living providers see labor as an issue requiring dedicated C-suite leaders and are appointing chief people officers. Recently appointed chief people officers, such as Misti Powell at Civitas Senior Living ...
For most metrics measuring human progress (ranging from GDP-per-capita to life expectancy), we've never had a better life; yet a surprising number of individuals in high-income countries (most notably in the Anglo-Saxon world) feel miserable at work (where we spend a third of our adult life).
A large, new study found that people who spend their day sitting may have to move less than was originally thought to eliminate serious health risks. Earlier studies suggested that one hour a day of physical activity was needed, but this new study found that even 20-40 minutes erased most of the risks of a sedentary life.