Homelessness among senior citizens will more than double by 2050 from 2010 numbers, surging from 44,000 to roughly 93,000 housing insecure older adults. Now more than ever before, a growing number of senior citizens face an increased risk of homelessness, while at the same time housing costs are on the rise.
The exact positioning of the projector and screen are critical to making the ghost projection appear real and lifelike. Like any good recipe, the devil is in the details. Each time we set this up, we tried different layouts and different devices until we achieved the right effect.
Wedding anniversaries are important dates to celebrate. Here are some ideas to help you think outside the box when you’re making plans to celebrate your special day.
Drug addiction looks different for everyone. Everyone’s story is unique, including yours. The substance used is different, as is the time spent struggling with the addiction. Regardless of how long you’ve been a victim of drug abuse, it’s never too late to take that first step towards recovery.
Depending on the patient and his or her healthcare needs, either traditional or alternative medicine may be the best treatment options. Sometimes, a combination approach offers the most notable results.
Have you ever used cryptocurrency before for transactions? While most of us are at least familiar with ones like Bitcoin, did you ever think whether this particular way of exchanging payments is Eco-friendly?
• The typical person in my class was a recent university graduate; I’d been in the workforce for four years.
• They picked up on things and learned fast; I had nothing but questions.
• They seem brilliant; I felt stupid.
But, I had something they didn’t have…
Period poverty is when a young woman or girl cannot afford to buy products such as tampons or pads, and it’s a global issue. A growing number of organizations and individuals are banding together to address a lack of access to sanitary products that significantly affect the quality of life of women.
My addiction to opiates began as a teenager after a significant sports injury. I was going through surgery and dealt with excruciating pain. I was prescribed a powerful painkiller. The doctor told me it was Oxycontin. I did not question it nor did my family. Next thing I know, I’m an opiate addict without even realizing it.
I am now nearly 5 years sober and while clear headed for the most part still have my bouts of depression. I had a realization a couple of months ago that when I feel bad, instead of drugs, I turn to a gigantic unhealthy meal to make me happy. It hit me real hard.