Innovation is at the forefront of the aging sphere. This section is a source of information on the new technology allowing us to age better and in place through products, apps and services in the areas of health care, fitness, finance and more.
You can read about the rise of artificial intelligence and virtual reality in our homes and daily lives, plus how to navigate the ways technology, social media and the internet affect our relationships. These stories help us imagine how the lives of older people might look in the near and distant future with all of these big changes in mind.
Some doctors are rethinking the treatment of chronic conditions
The children's performer is now motivating adults (and Beluga Grads) to make change
Your budget, space and fitness goals are just a few things to consider
Depending on your medical history, you might need one or both
Specialized housing communities meet the needs of grandparents and grandchildren
Here's why it's beneficial and some sample workouts to get started
Writer Elaine Soloway believes it's never too late to be confident and fearless
A Next Avenue essay about Yoshi has strengthened their relationship
'Dreyer's English' is a bestseller, thanks in part to Twitter
A technique shown to work in mice uses CRISPR genome-editing technology
Discover a health boost by going beyond just counting steps and calories burned
Americans 65 and older share more fake news than other age groups. Why?
By prioritizing all forms of communication, special relationships can still thrive
A paradox of choice is combined with potential for more effective health care
Dry eye symptoms can point to several different problems
Happiness, friendship and gratitude are ‘Lessons from Lucy’
Curious about online dating, common interest groups or social connections?
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Follow our in-depth examination of current health care offerings through an age-friendly lens. What does age-friendly health care look like, and how do you locate and access it? We cover how to prioritize your unique needs when selecting providers and treatments for yourself or a loved one.