3D printing of body parts is coming fast — but regulations are not ready
A quickly emerging set of technologies known as bioprinting is poised to push the boundaries further.
Why keeping your bedroom door closed could save your life
Costco’s heart-shaped ravioli is back just in time for Valentine’s Day
A delicious, love-filled meal for less than $10.
The Longevity Explorers: How older adults are finally influencing the products designed for them
The Longevity Explorers meet regularly to discuss what they find challenging or fulfilling about products ranging from canes to hearing aids to the Amazon Echo.
People are commissioning paintings of their pets in historical outfits
A fitting tribute.
Mom just died. What do we do with her Facebook account?
Memorializing, securing and closing social media accounts are part of today’s end-of-life responsibilities.
This toilet paper trick will refresh your whole bathroom
It can make a huge difference.
8 little-known uses for baking soda outside the kitchen
Baking soda isn't your average pantry staple.
People keep finding their deceased loved ones on Google Maps
A heartwarming way to feel connected to loved ones who've passed away.
When Costco asks to check your receipt, it’s not because they think you’re stealing
There's more going on here than theft prevention.
10 ways tech is making aging easier (or at least trying to)
A spate of new tech startups are focused on improving our quality of life as we age.
How Crisco toppled lard — and made Americans believers in industrial food
For decades, Crisco had only one ingredient. But most consumers never knew that, and that ignorance was no accident.
Are your parents winter-proofed? Check these 9 tips
Prioritize safety as well as warmth when it comes to winter prep