Join Lisa Raffo in her conversation with Marilyn Mann about international retirement living.
Our Op-Ed in the Boston Globe: When it comes to aging, working longer solves (almost) everything — for employers and all of their employees.
While older Americans often get knocked for their indifference to climate change, they often lead the most sustainable lifestyles. As the needs of older Americans increasingly coincide with those of the planet, cities have the chance to better meet them both.
As the pandemic continues to dominate our conversations about safety, we can’t afford to forget about the other, older risks that haven’t gone away.
If you had a magic wand and could make your city, town, or neighborhood desirable, productive, resilient, transcendent, what would it look like and how would it feel? What is a good place for children, for work, for shopping, for health, for fun, for aging?
You’re probably aware that high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can be dangerous, increasing your risk for heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye problems, and heart failure. But what exactly causes high blood pressure in older adults? And why does it increase with age?
WHO Director-General's opening and closing remarks on older persons and COVID-19.
As the dust settles in the wake of the 2020 elections, and we come to understand more about the country’s voting patterns, it has become clear that older voters were an important contingent.
Some older adults may be wondering: can they move to a long-term care facility in order to get quicker access to the vaccine? Especially for those who have been putting off making such a move anyway, now may suddenly sound like the perfect time.
Elder financial abuse is staggeringly prevalent. Benchmark Senior Living convened a panel that shared cautionary tales in addition to providing guidance to help you take steps to prevent it.