The bill would for the first time limit drug copays for people with Medicare's "Part D" prescription plan, by capping patients' out-of-pocket costs at $3,100 a year starting in 2022.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Sixty-three percent of people over the age of 65 are likely to need some type of home care, but most Americans are not prepared to pay for it.
By Zoe Rohrich
The PBS NewsHour Weekend reporting team is gathering personal stories from people who are retired or nearing retirement and are repaying student loans.
By Megan Thompson
Advocates for older adults say telephone check-in programs can help seniors remain independent in their homes and give them — and their family members — peace of mind.
By Jenni Bergal, Stateline
By Jane Gottlieb, Kaiser Health News
Home care workers in at least five states are set to receive hourly increases, but critics say bigger paychecks will not impact senior citizens.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
If you got in a fender bender, you probably wouldn't expect the first responder to be an unarmed octogenarian -- but that scenario is entirely possible in San Diego.
By Carey Reed
A nursing home in the Netherlands allows university students to live rent-free alongside the elderly residents, as part of a project aimed at warding off the negative effects of aging.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Eighty nine year-old retired educator Kevin Bunnell writes a poem in honor of the 16-year-old Mikinly Sullivan, who once a week comes to the Frasier Meadows retirement community in Boulder, Colorado as part of a Cyber Seniors program. The program…
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