The latest news on aging
Retirement at ages 62 and 65 is declining, while signing up at age 66 is increasingly common.
Rich Kern focuses on helping his wife, not railing against the unfairness of her devastating illness.
It’s important to avoid conflicts when lending support to your parents.
Trends in shrinking family sizes and increasing longevity will create caregiver shortages, AARP says.
A network of family and friends can make the aging process easier to cope with.
The architect is designing new health care buildings and product lines with consumer needs in mind.
Researchers reversed memory loss in mice by manipulating a gene that becomes less active with age.
Strategies for aspiring centenarians on how to stretch retirement savings over extra decades.
Research finds seniors are experiencing serious illnesses only near their time of death.
We hear a lot about the problems of old age, but there are some benefits to growing older.