Articles by Ashly Luckose
it is incontestable, and particularly apparent every February, that society is in complete denial about the actual shape of the human heart.
Loved ones with Alzheimer’s need family and friends more than ever for guiding and grounding their memory.
If you get the chance to speak to a quarterback while he is being smushed into the grass upside down in a pose more appropriate for a game of twister, ask him about the importance of the blindside and blind spots. But it is not just a quarterback issue. And unless you are an owl […]
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic and panic, a different sort of infestation thrives. And it is not the kind that lives off your blood or glucose — this kind of pest is attracted to goodwill and trust and wants your social security number along with your mother’s maiden name, ideally. We are talking scammers, the COVID-19 […]
I’d argue the least helpful sort of sight is hindsight. In support of this argument, I call my first witness, William Mulock, who once said the following: “I am not in the habit of looking back – I leave that till I get old.” On its own, this quote is fine. But like most things, […]
It catches you by surprise. Your dad just grabbed your arm and yelled in your face. This isn’t him – he is kind, soft-spoken, and gentle – but it has been happening more and more ever since he was diagnosed with dementia. This change in behavior may be due to something known as Sundowning, which […]
Queen sang about it. Your favorite windbreaker is named after it. It’s what every athlete and competitor strives to be — champion. But what is a champion? The way it’s used today, it typically means being the best in a sport or competition. And when we think of the word, we usually think of names […]
“Do not hang up, this is an urgent call.” How many times have you have heard some version of this phone greeting in the last year alone? More importantly, how many of those came in a pre-recorded, robocall? In recent years, robocalls –those pre-recorded messages delivered by a computerized auto-dialer – have been front and […]
Things go missing. It’s just what things do, especially your things. In fact, as you are reading this, you’re realizing you’ve definitely left something somewhere – you’re just not sure what thing or where just yet. Outside of breathing, eating, and sleeping, hunting for missing items is probably the most common pastime in the history […]
Beware of free vacations, unless you’re prepared for the possibility of an extended stay in a Peruvian prison for unintentionally smuggling 14.5 pounds of cocaine hidden in children’s Bibles. Though it sounds like something out of a film (like Clint Eastwood’s The Mule), it actually happened to two elderly British men last August. It’s one […]
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