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The Cost of Caregiving

Category: April 10, 2018

While being a caregiver to an aging adult can be a rewarding and loving act, it often means putting your loved one first — physically, financially and emotionally. It can ... Read more

Are You on the Path to a Long and Healthy Life?

Category: April 06, 2018

A recent analysis by Dr. Jan Vijg and his team at Albert Einstein College suggests that the upper limit of the human lifespan tops out at around 115 years old. ... Read more

Are You Ready for Dr. Robot?

Category: April 04, 2018

Would you prefer a doctor fresh out of medical school or a doctor with 15 years of experience? Given the choice, most patients would choose the doctor who has logged ... Read more

Negotiating Sibling Caregiving Relationships: Who Should Care For Mom?

Category: March 29, 2018

A parent in need can bring a whole family together. But unfortunately, many families end up feeling divided by disagreements about how to care for an aging parent. Read more

How Virtual Assistants and Voice Technology Are Revolutionizing Aging

Category: March 23, 2018

With recent advancements in speech recognition and big-data storage, the world is moving beyond smartphones. Virtual assistants are animating homes and cars, the workplace and even senior living. Read more

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What Doctor Diagnoses Dementia?

Juliet Holt Klinger April 02, 2018

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