The latest news on senior citizens
Artists, RV owners and immigrants find like-minded people to grow old with.
For seniors deficient in vitamins B and D, calcium, and iron, supplements can help with nutritional balance.
Older brains, like older bodies, can continue building new mental connections.
Political leaders of both parties must confront the problem of poverty, which cries out for bipartisan solutions.
If an extended nursing-home stay seems likely for you or a loved one, start planning now.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says seniors are confused by use of more than 50 specialist designations.
Voluntary programs aren’t working and we can’t afford bigger budget deficits.
It can be a challenge, but it’s wise to discuss with your parents their susceptibility to crime and ID theft.
For Americans 75 and older, housing wealth represents more than half of net worth.
Affordability gap for senior care is growing, and there is little discussion about how to close it.