The Caregivers of the Opioid Epidemic Are Going It Alone
Across the country, people are becoming unexpected caregivers of children whose parents have become addicted to opioids. In most states, they're doing it with little to no help at all.
How Artificial Intelligence Could Benefit Those in Empathy-Centric Professions
If care jobs become the last human jobs, could that encourage employers and policymakers to recognize and value them as the economically critical work that they are?
Compared to Men, Women Bear Six Times More of the Cost of Alzheimer’s Disease
We’ve been slow to mobilize against the growing Alzheimer’s epidemic. Perhaps that’s because women are shouldering most of the burden.