An apartment building in downtown Washington, D.C., is catering to a new kind of family unit that is becoming more common in the U.S. and Canada in part because of the devastating toll of the opioid crisis: families where the primary caregiver is a grandparent.
The opioid crisis is throwing many grandparents into the demanding role of caregiver at a time when they expected to enjoy more financial freedom and relaxation.
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REUTERS/Kate Munsch (Reuters) – A US judge on Thursday granted the state of Hawaii’s bid to exempt grandparents and other relatives from President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban on residents from six Muslim-majority countries and refugees. US District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu had been asked to narrowly interpret a US Supreme Court ruling that […]
Perhaps it was the influence of sultry silent film stars like Louise Brooks and Clara Bow, but those born in the 1930s had sex the most often. Millennials and iGen (those born in the 1990s) are having the least sex of all generations throughout history. The study, called “Declines in Sexual Frequency among American Adults, […]