The number of infants born in the US jumped significantly after World War II and continued to increase through the mid-1960s. Social scientists believe it was the result of the thousands of WWII veterans returning home to a booming economy and GI Bill benefits that provided access to home ownership, encouraging them to marry and start families. These infants born between 1946 and 1964 are known as baby boomers.
In the current issue
- Grief & Bereavement — Part VIII
- Estate Planning 101
- Tips for Entering Retirement Solo
- Now That I Am Ready to Retire…
- Deciding Your Level of Care & Intentions
- Medically Tailored Meals for Kūpuna
- Medicare Season Attracts Millions
- Ho’opono Offers Clear Vision, Bright Future
- Mediation Helps Families With Care Choices
- Aloha Pen Pal
- Time to Take Advantage: Switch or Renew
- Revolutionizing Patient Access to Care
- Can a Smile Show Signs of Osteoporosis?
- Move to Reduce Falls, Improve Mood
- It’s For And About People Who Care
- Adult Day Care Offers a Social Oasis
- Cooking Can Benefit Dementia Patients
- Great Choices for Every Senior Traveler
- Preplanning is a Real Gift of Love
- The Password Game
- Channeling Your Inner Ringo!
- Opening a Window of Opportunity
- A Time to Honor And to Inspire
- Good Job, Buddy, You’ve Done Well
- Beta Beta Gamma: 75 years of connections and community service
Week of Mar 19th
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