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Senior GPS

Providing care for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's disease or dementia can be hard as those afflicted with the cognitive disorders tend to forget to take their medicine, stay on top o...

October 19, 2011

Alan Wu

Man runs marathon at age 100

Staying healthy and exercising daily has long been key to aging gracefully. However, for one man this notion has been taken to a whole new level....

October 17, 2011

Alan Wu

Keep knees and hips intact while aging

Warding off hip or knee replacements can help a senior be able to age in place for longer. Although nearly 400,000 people have such procedures done annually, there are ways to stall or preve...

October 14, 2011

Alan Wu

Psoriasis suffers may also be prone to specific form of arthritis

According to a new study, one in four of the 7.5 million people in the U.S. that suffer from the skin condition psoriasis, may also be suffering from psoriatic arthritis - many of whom batt...

October 13, 2011

Alan Wu

Many retirees aren’t ready for the costs

According to a new MetLife study, many baby boomers don't comprehend what it takes to retire successfully in this day and age....

October 12, 2011

Alan Wu

Boomers ill prepared for the future

Most boomers are trying hard to achieve a retirement that includes activities other than staying at their homes. ...

October 10, 2011

Alan Wu

Hawaii takes senior falls seriously

State officials in Hawaii are coming together to educate the residents on the severity of senior falls, as an average of 82 seniors living on the islands die each year from fall related inju...

October 3, 2011


Iowa hopes to prevent senior falls

For many elders, falling can mean a loss of independence, serious injury or even death. To prevent such outcomes, Iowa Methodist Medical Center is offering free balance screenings to seniors...

September 21, 2011


New technology may help those with sleep apnea

Engineers from the University of Utah are using wireless technology to try and measure the breathing of post-surgery patients, elders and babies at risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS...

September 20, 2011

Alan Wu

Slight memory loss could lead to dementia

Having more accurate measures to determine when an elder loved one may need more assistance is key to letting them age in place, while still ensuring their safety....

September 15, 2011

Jasmine Phu

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