Health & Well Being is a space where you will learn about ways to live your healthiest and happiest life. In this section, we cover ways to help prevent heart disease and heart break. The articles in this section teach you how to live not just longer — but better.
Understanding Alzheimer’s disease and the aging mind is also a major concern for older adults. You may be worried about inheriting Alzheimer’s or want to learn what you can do to prevent or delay its symptoms. We tell stories of people helping loved ones with the dementia caused by Alzheimer’s, its symptoms and how doctors test for the disease.
The reasons why older people are especially vulnerable
Is your city or town doing things right?
What members of this blue-ribbon panel think and the challenges ahead
Wendy Longacre Brown helps clients find meaning and families find peace
Film graduate Lumiere Rostick captures their time together in a PBS special
Taking a close look at two studies released at the Alzheimer's Association conference
Fascinating findings from studies by the author of 'Downsizing'
More cooking, more uncertainty, less exercise and less sleep have taken their toll
The link between isolation and resilience to infections such as COVID-19
What experts expect the future holds for telehealth and geriatrics
Who's a candidate, what's involved and the possible side effects
Contracting the coronavirus is not the only major health risk to consider
An A & Q with the author of a new book on the popular 'Jeopardy!' host
Candid reflections on cancer, family, his role on 'Jeopardy!' and finding peace
The pandemic's effect on the solvency of Social Security — and Medicare
Highlights from the Longevity Project's recent Zoomcast on ageism in America
COVID-19 highlights a growing need for home care as some head back to work
What it means when a state institutes Crisis Standards of Care, as Arizona has
Spouses and families are left to grieve without sympathy or support
The right preparation can reduce stress for caregivers and patients
Work & Purpose
Tips from 'Your Second Act' author and 'Carol's Second Act' star Patricia Heaton