The French have a long history of protesting pension reforms.
Not that you’ll ever need it, at this rate.
We asked Jacobin contributor Suzanne Gordon to recommend some titles she worked on about the crisis of aging in America.
Each year, more people travel abroad for critical medical treatment as well as aesthetic plastic surgery procedures. South Asia and South America remain major destinations.
After decades of rapid growth, the population of China is on the decline.
The drama at the heart of the strangest season of Real Housewives was … elder fraud?
When and where organized labor’s been on the move.
Some of the biggest heists we could find on Wikipedia were committed by the elderly.
Around the world, politicians of all persuasions have one thing in common: their cringeworthy attempts to appeal to the youths.
Elites have long tried to dodge death. Nothing has worked so far, and plenty have died trying.
Crunching the numbers on the class war.
There is money to be made in end-of-life amusements for wealthy retirees.
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The rich have it so good that one lifetime is not enough: some of them are turning to cryonics in the hopes of someday coming back for more.
In unionized nursing homes, both patients and staff have better outcomes.