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Only a fraction of older adults eligible for home-based primary care are being served
The stunningly low amount given to help older adults in need
Well Connected is a convivial and engaging phone program for older adults
Respecting cultural food preferences can impact health and socialization
Despite connectivity, language and other barriers continue to exist
Ideas worth replicating from 4 global [email protected] contest winners
Programs help older adults overcome cost and mobility challenges
Their plans on Social Security, health costs, caregiving and more
Experts assess it — plus, an update on new plans from Sen. Booker and Klobuchar
Half of Americans with HIV are 50+, but care and prevention skew younger
A tour of The Thrive Center reveals four innovative products
One family's struggles getting claims paid on their policies
Will dependence on artificial intelligence reduce problem-solving strategies?
The enclaves vary enormously. Here are questions to ask to pick one for you.
A new study says Skype and FaceTime provide more than just conversation
A cautionary alert about gadgets designed to keep older adults safe
For most of America's aging population, health care leaves much to be desired
Imagine galleries, walkability and salon-style discussions
Wintering in warmer climates is not the same as a vacation
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