With Japanese media reporting that more than half of the country’s recent tsunami and earthquake victims were over 65 years of age, the road to mental and physical recovery for many of Japan’s elderly survivors has been especially tough.
Thanks to Japanese company Daiwa House, elderly survivors at the Suisyoen retirement facility are finding comfort in the companionship of two affectionate, robot seals nicknamed Peace and Love. And they might just be the cutest therapists ever.
A small sinkhole opened up overnight in the bedroom of a home in Guatemala City. Measuring 32 inches wide and 40 feet deep, neighbors heard a sound reminiscent of a gas explosion or a car crash when the hole opened up under 65 year-old Inocenta Hernandez’ bed. Fortunately no one was injured.
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