We Should Learn From the Blue Zones

 In November of 2005, National Geographic magazine issued its third-largest selling issue in the magazine’s history. On its cover? “The Secrets of Living Longer.” There was so much interest, the magazine encouraged writer Dan Buettner to pen a book on the subject called The Blue Zones. The book visits extraordinarily long-lived communities around the globe, [...]

Unlicensed Homes Under Increased Scrutiny

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported last week that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is cracking down on unlicensed personal care homes that are mistreating elderly and disabled clients. The words from the head of Georgia’s Bureau of Investigation were simple. “We’re going after them,” said GBI Director Vernon Keenan. According to the article, the [...]