Buildings kill millions of birds. Here's how to reduce the toll

Norman Day, Swinburne University of Technology As high-rise cities grow upwards and outwards, increasing numbers of birds die by crashing into glass buildings each year. And of course many others break beaks, wings and legs or suffer other physical harm. But we can help eradicate the danger by good design. Most research into building-related bird…

Taking care of dogs with dementia: Kerry and Kenzo’s story

Kerry Mcmyler lives in Lancashire in the UK.  She’s had her dog Kenzo, a Labrador Collie cross for 15 years–ever since he was a puppy. She says he chose her from a litter of nine, barging past all of them to go to her. When she moved away some six years ago, her parents took…