Long-term feelings of loneliness may worsen memory function and speed up cognitive decline, particularly among women and older adults, according to a new study published in Alzheimer's & Dementia. See the association between loneliness and cognitive decline on our interactive chart.
Despite efforts to curtail high expenses, rising inflation and declining federal aid have led many hospitals to begin laying off workers and cutting certain services, Katheryn Houghton writes for Kaiser Health News.
Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Sarah Hostetter and Vidal Seegobin to discuss the good and bad elements of private equity and what leaders can do to make it a valuable partner to their practices.
After a 70-year-old woman started experiencing "pain and instability when she stood up," along with a "constant need to walk, once upright," she went to several doctors who couldn't determine the cause of her symptoms. But then, a doctor who had recently completed his training diagnosed her with a rare movement disorder, Lisa Sanders writes for the New York Times Magazine.
Research has shown that nine out of 10 people would accept lower compensation for more meaningful work. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, John Coleman, author of the HBR Guide to Crafting Your Purpose, explains how employers can reconceive "work as service" to help employees find meaning in their jobs.