The latest news on aging
As Americans delay retirements, workplaces with older employees will become increasingly common.
These simple changes could make your house safer and help you stay in it longer.
Psychotherapist Margie Jenkins says settling financial and legal issues before death can be comforting.
New figures show that white birth rates are low, and North Dakota is a weird place.
Now that the economy has stabilized, it’s time to take a new look at your retirement prospects.
Agency is unprepared for a surge in payee representatives tied to a rise in vulnerable beneficiaries.
As Hollister Lindley loses physical freedoms, she finds new ways to adapt and live life on her terms.
Researchers race against time to develop treatments and accurate ways to diagnose ALS.
Facing a fatal illness, Hollister Lindley’s investment objectives moved from growth to income.