A discussion about health planning and what the best U.S. health insurance would look like.
Ingram asked her if she’d like to learn how to dance. Hazel’s response was, “How can I dance when I can’t even walk?” Ingram just told her to stop by the studio and see.
Organized, routine exercise is important for a healthy senior. Here is how to find the right person to get you there.
The shift in the relationship that occurs when a parent becomes disabled is an uneasy one for parent and child alike. The crucial issue is often one of control.
Chronic illness can affect people from childhood onward but individuals tend to begin to have problems in middle age. What can people do to avoid it?
Having a devoted family caregiver can be invaluable for the person who needs help. But for the caregivers themselves there are benefits—and burdens.
Filmmaker Cathy Zheutlin discusses her travels around the world, and her experiences documenting how other cultures view and honor death.
Problems with swallowing? Pureed food can still taste good and look appetizing.
Research suggests that having sleep problems may be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease risk.
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