"Unbefriended" elders are vulnerable to a host of health problems.
The airplane, phonograph, automobile and motion picture were just a few of the most notable inventions of years gone by. What would you list as the most-appreciated scientific invention of your generation?
Giving up the car keys is a big deal for many seniors! Learn about options ahead of time to smooth the transition.
More older Americans than ever are working past the traditional age of retirement. How are companies changing to meet their needs?
America's seniors are filling movie theaters in record numbers to watch Hollywood’s mature actors reinvent themselves on the big screen.
More Americans than ever are taking yoga classes. Is this a safe practice for people with painful joints?
Today's families keep in touch through social media. If older loved ones aren't on board, they can miss out.
Most of us know to take in more fluids during the warmer months. But does it matter what we drink? Nutritionists assure us that it does!
Modern life and growing older both put us at high risk of lower back pain.
Many older adults have been left out of the communications revolution, but new senior-friendly technologies promise to remedy that.
When families are unsure whether an elder is safe behind the wheel, these experts can step in, providing an extra measure of safety for senior drivers, and peace of mind for family.
Put a few items on your list of New Year's resolutions that will benefit you well beyond 2016.
Many activities of modern life can disrupt our natural sleep cycle.
A surprising number of baby boomers are moving. Will their new homes be suitable if their care needs change?
Grandparents and grandchildren influence each other's physical and emotional well-being in many powerful ways.
Did you know that the baby boom generation has been surpassed in numbers by young people born between 1980 and 2000?
Is retirement time also the time to downsize? A new survey reveals a surprising trend.
A new study finds that some seniors turn to alcohol after leaving the workplace.
It's a tough issue for older adults and the families who worry about them: Are Mom and Dad safe behind the wheel?
Golf, bridge and bingo not exactly on your retirement list? How about football, zoology and theater? A growing number of American seniors are opting out of traditional retirement communities, lush with golf courses and nearby shopping, for university-based retirement communities, or UBRCs.
Every family has a unique story. Discovering more about your ancestors from decades past can be an enjoyable and educational project. Tracing your lineage may even surprise you with insights into your own personality, likes, dislikes and customs.
acation season is here! Are you traveling by plane this summer? Here is some information to ensure that security screening goes smoothly for older adults with disabilities and medical conditions.