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Singapore is on the brink of a ‘demographic time bomb’

Singapore's low fertility rate and aging population have put the country on a dangerous path, a new report claims.

Japan has become a ‘demographic time bomb’ — here’s the truth about what that means

Japan is dealing with what economists call a "demographic time bomb." The country has coped with this in creative and sometimes extreme ways.
By 2050, there will be twice as many Americans over 65 than under 5.

America’s next retirement crisis could be that baby boomers are living too long

Baby boomers are worried about outliving their savings in retirement.

The age when people feel the most — and least — happy with life, in one chart

Happiness changes over the course of your life in somewhat surprising ways.

Millennials are breaking the one big salary taboo — here are 5 reasons why

Discussing how much you make is becoming less of a taboo topic as millennials largely prefer transparency and promoting equality at work.

The Texas church shooter was 26 — and it shows a disturbing trend about millennial men and mass murder

Since 2007, the majority of US terrorist attacks and mass shootings have come to be committed by men in the mid- to late-20s and early 30s.

Japan has a record 68,000 people over 100 years old — and the economy can’t keep up

New data shows that Japan has broken its previous record for the number of people living past their 100th birthday.

Intel made modest progress in its diversity but says it’s on track to meet its goals

The company says it wants to meet its diversity hiring goals two years ahead of schedule.

I spent 12 hours at a hospital in the heart of Brooklyn — and saw what the future of medicine could look like

I went to Maimonides and learned how ethnic and religious diversity affects healthcare and what doctors need to consider as the populations they serve change.