Bob, 92, lost his wife, Cath, to Alzheimer’s after nursing her through the disease. Last year, Sport Relief helped to set up Silver Line, a 24-hour helpline that ensures there’s always a friendly voice at hand for Bob, and thousands of others like him.
Rethink Homelessness asked homeless friends to write down a fact about themselves that other people wouldn’t know just by walking past them. Their answers may surprise you. This should happen everywhere… people need to see homeless people for what they are; people. Credits: whydontyoutrythis.com
Many consumers are unaware that over 70% of beef and chicken in the United States and Canada is treated with poisonous carbon monoxide gas and the FDA allows it, despite the known public health risks. A bill was introduced in Congress that would require the labeling of meat that has been treated with carbon monoxide […]
We all want to be remembered when we die which is exactly why this message message is so powerful. We recently posted an article Biodegradable Urns That Will Turn You Into A Tree After You Die . Trees are the lungs of our planet. The more trees we plant, the cleaner our air for generations to […]
I’m 27 years old now and it’s August 24th 2014. At this point I don’t plan on being dead for quite some time. I write this only to be prepared for the possibility and to make the information available so that it will not be forgotten upon my death. I’d like to live into my 80’s […]