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.
This podcast discusses the Go4Life initiative and gives helpful suggestions
A podcast episode with an American Council on Exercise director on getting active
A new book explains why so many grieving people also experience anxiety
Age-friendly services, neighborhoods and city rankings are just a few elements
Do it the right way, and reap the benefits of getting stronger
The contagious bacterial infection can be more serious for older adults
Everyone could learn a thing or two from these much-adored online icons
A writer shares her take on tech innovations designed to improve daily life
Experts say it could be due to patient expectations and tech advancements
The Elder Orphan Facebook group finds that many without families lack support
New innovations offer choices beyond canes and seeing-eye dogs
They were just featured at the millennial-heavy Finovate conference
Five actions you can take to help determine what’s next
These home and personal items seem to stand the test of time
An Influencer in Aging on better housing for older Americans
Blunt advice from the author of 'Over the Hill But Not the Cliff'
The difference between where Americans would prefer to die and where they do
Hosts refusing to use its Instant Book feature are seeing earnings dwindle
What a panel of experts recently said about the issue
This special report will include storytelling, news and information about how to plan for the end of your life in a way that meets your own goals and preferences.