By 2030, 74 million Baby Boomers in the U.S. will be 65 or older. As people age, this means bigger burdens on the healthcare system, senior housing and care. But, what if one day, we could slow down this process of biological aging? Two researchers from Northwestern University join us this week to share some of the latest innovations in the anti-aging field.
Ever find yourself staring at a recipe and feeling completely lost or overwhelmed? Us too. Cooking doesn’t have to be this big production, but can instead be a time to unwind, experiment and not always aim for perfection. Cookbook author Leanne Brown joins us this week to unpack how to become a calmer cook this year by planning ahead and setting new expectations.
The series, “Love Life” is a whimsical ride through the ups and downs of modern dating, relationships and finding love. Seasons 1 and 2 are now out on HBO Max.
If an unexpected $400 charge came up, it’s estimated that 40% of Americans would struggle to pay this amount, according to data published in 2019 by the Federal Reserve. Life happens. Circumstances change. And that’s why it so important to be financially secure with savings, an emergency fund, investments and more. We speak with financial expert, Emily Guy Birken this week about how to start budgeting and saving.
We speak with Tim O’Brien who has illustrated numerous magazine covers throughout the years. O’Brien discusses his career, the history of illustration and how the art form is used to convey a specific, singular moment or feeling that other mediums may not be able to capture.
We binge and review some of the new movies we’ve missed in recent months, including a critique of “The Novice” and “Mass”.
20 million people work within the food production industry in the U.S. The pandemic has altered this sector and resulted in many pressures placed on this population. This week – we highlight the people behind these various roles and the changing landscape of this 24/7 food supply chain.
More than 80% of the world’s population lives under light-polluted skies. Light pollution can impact sleep, health, and the environment. It also means the beautiful stars in our skies are clouded by the bright beams of lights all around us. We discuss the issue of light pollution and how stargazers can bring about change in their local communities.
In the U.S., there are roughly 19 million people with felony convictions. For this population, finding stable work can be a tumultuous and draining process. Without a job, it can be all too easy to slide back into a past life and end up behind bars once again.
The new film release, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is a massive blockbuster hit. We discuss what makes these crossover movies such a success and what’s coming up next in the Marvel universe.