There used to be many more children than elders; now, for the first time in history, the old outnumber the young.
How to unite the young and the old for the common good.
Children who see their grandparents at least once a week and describe these visits as “happy” are much less likely than their peers to buy into negative stereotypes about elders, a new study suggests.
The veteran crossing guard of Harlem.
For the most part, we spend time with people close to us in age. Here’s why we should branch out.
Let’s ditch the stereotypes and start embracing the truth instead.
Isn’t it time we discarded the myths and misconceptions about grandparents and started giving them their due?