With more than 100 million Americans now over the age of 50, technology companies are eager to find new ways to cater to Baby Boomer consumers. From a mobile app that offers medical tips to wearable devices, special correspondent Megan…
By Colleen Shalby
Are you a home care worker? Tell us about your experience.
By Bonnie Lawrence, Family Caregiver Alliance
Long-term care in the U.S. is confusing, there is no doubt about it, and trying to sort through the elements and options can be stressful. But there are some resources to help. Here’s a selection of frequently asked questions that…
By Justin Scuiletti
The secret to giving humanity a longer life and protection from age-related illnesses could be hidden within the genome of the longest living mammal.
By PBS NewsHour
After being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, 29-year-old Brittany Maynard moved her family from California to Oregon to die on her own terms. Oregon law allows Maynard to take lethal prescription medication to end her life. Jeffrey Brown gets debate…
By Vivek Wadhwa
Older companies stuck in their ways may be a drag on the economy, but older people are an asset to innovation, says entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa.
By Colleen Shalby
The next time some twenty-something complains that they feel old, you can reassure them that their feelings are, in fact, not ridiculous. Researchers found that the brain’s response time begins to decline at age 24. The descent is a slow,…
By Sarah Corapi
Finding the fountain of youth might never happen. But new research shows that slowing down the aging process could be an imminent reality -- and one that should be taken seriously.
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