Blacks are at risk for many reasons, but the ugly history of clinical trials makes many reluctant to join studies.
Female mice whose diet was cut 30 percent appeared to benefit through protection against aging
New report on remarriage also finds gender, generational gaps on attitudes toward remarriage
The ads reflect the view of caring for aging relatives as an obligation that should be borne by the family.
Gene variants associated with so-called good cholesterol appear to contribute to long life expectancy
The focus on alternatives to institutional care comes amid rapid growth of the U.S. elderly population.
A neighbor and others help the D.C. resident return to his co-op after four years in a hospital and nursing home.
RAND study says informal elder care cost would be higher — $642 billion--if replaced by skilled nursing care
Flavanols, found in cocoa and tea, reverse cognitive decline in a key area of the brain, study shows.
Mice, fed the human equivalent of about an ounce of walnuts a day, performed better on memory tests.