Based on a new understanding of Alzheimer’s, this experimental treatment plan is simple to follow and medication-free.
Author: Kathleen Doheny
We asked experts and people who’ve turned “should” into “did” for their best tips on how to get motivated for exercise.
Are your meds unpronounceable? Here’s the inside dope on why – straight from the drug-naming gurus.
Whether you have chronic pain, a heart issue, bionic joints or excess pounds, experts say you can find a workout that works for your body.
Dr. Engleman has no plans to retire – or to stop playing violin, writing music, driving his red Cadillac…. What keeps him going? It’s not exercise.
Whether you’re enrolling for the first time or want to save money by taking advantage of open enrollment, there are tools online that can help.
We spoke with Dr. Sandeep Jauhar about his new book and how we, as older patients, can get the best care possible.
Internet use can help us improve memory and guard against dementia, a new study says.
A new site crowdsources diagnostic wisdom from hundreds of medical pros to solve stubborn cases – and retired docs are at its core.
After several attempts to retire, this 90-year-old has become a star at design firm IDEO.
Should apps that help you track exercise, heart rate, sleep etc. be better designed for seniors – or wouldn’t you use one anyway?
This month Harriette Line Thompson set a record in the Suja Rock N’ Roll San Diego Marathon. She is 91 and has raised tens of thousands for charity.
Business cards can get crowded when your career is many decades long. Joe Vento’s is so crowded, it has two sides. In his 90s now, he’s keeping crowds happy in Vegas.
You can take your own blood pressure on your smartphone. Soon body imaging and blood tests will be possible. Health tech will put us in charge – and could save our lives.
Roger Landry’s new book challenges us to become more colorful, connected and curious as we grow older – and challenges America to create policies to change the way we age.