The Age of Anti-Aging: Media Hype and the Myth of Ageless Baby Boomers
 

The Age of Anti-Aging: Media Hype and the Myth of Ageless Baby Boomers

Generations, Commentary, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Aug 20, 2017

Boomers became “forever young” in the Summer of Love, say media myths, but their stand against racism and sexism is adding ageism as boomer activists grow older.

 

Super-Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Made Possible by Brain Scans

 

US News & World Report/New America Media , News Report, Lisa Esposito, Posted: Aug 17, 2017

New Alzheimer's research and an early-detection "Tool Kit" aim to expose secrets of dementia and the disease's impact on more diverse population groups.

 

Sleep: Nature’s Elixir for Sustaining Good Health

 

Washington Informer/New America Media , News Report, D. Kevin McNeir , Posted: Aug 15, 2017

Experts at the 21st World Congress on aging shared research and tips on optimizing sleep to minimize health problems as we grow older.

 

California Kids Still Face Risks to Health Care

 

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Aug 14, 2017

With Republicans still bent on doing President Trump's bidding and overhauling the U.S. health care system, Californians should do everything to fight back, health care advocates say.

 

Trump’s Immigration Plan Would Have Kept Out My Father

 

New America Media, Commentary, William Gee Wong, Posted: Aug 14, 2017

When my father came to America from China in 1912, he was not well educated. He was not well off. He did not speak English.

 

Advocates See 'Disturbing' Rise in Hate Crimes Targeting Asian Americans

 

International Examiner, News Report, Chetanya Robinson, Posted: Aug 14, 2017

Incidents of anti-Asian hate reported from around the country range from very serious crimes (including murder), to bullying, verbal assaults and hate speech.

 

A New Age of Aging: How Tech Can Ease the Trials of Getting Old

 

California Magazine/New America Media , Commentary, Frank Browning, Posted: Aug 14, 2017

Will Big Brother Tech stop Gramps from falling or spy on him, too? Frank Browning casts his sharp eye on the pros and cons of gizmos for our aging world.

 

Seniors Dance for Health, Life—and to Beat the Blues

 

La Opinión /New America Media , News Report, Jacqueline Garcia, Posted: Aug 12, 2017

How about a Cuban danzón or a Mexican sandunga waltz? One prescription for older California Latinas to beat isolation and depression is dance.

 

'I Can't Vote, But My Daughter Can'

 

Reporte Hispano, News Report, Kleibeel Marcano, Posted: Aug 11, 2017

Rossana knows that she cannot vote. Yet, she also understands that she can influence her relatives, friends and other immigrants to participate in the elections.

 

Warriors Planned Move to San Francisco Highlights City’s Racist Past

 

New America Media, Commentary, Allen Jones, Posted: Aug 11, 2017

The move from Oakland to San Francisco will bring the Warriors back to a city that four decades earlier rejected them.

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