Fighting AIDS All Over the World
At age 70+, AIDS and HIV activist Marion Bunch takes on the disease that took her son’s life in Africa and beyond.
Vacationing with Elderly Parents: Dos and Don’ts
Should your bring your wheelchair-bound parents along on your next vacation? Caregiving expert Patricia Smith weighs in.
10 Surprising Facts About Parkinson’s
How much do you really know about Parkinson’s? Here, we present 10 surprising facts about the insidious neurodegenerative disease.
Can Testosterone Cure Alzheimer’s?
Emerging evidence has implicated testosterone as a cure for Alzheimer’s. But how promising is it really?
What is BPH?
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, strikes most men over 60. Is it a cause for concern, and what can be done about it?
Four Reasons Not to Underestimate an Elderly Athlete
This month, 10,000 athletes ages 50+ gather in Cleveland for the National Senior Games. We talk to four inspiring athletes who prove that you’re never too old to follow your dreams.
Virginia Madsen Talks Sex and Hot Flashes
The Oscar-nominated actress and star of the new movie, The Hot Flashes, about aging, sex and playing basketball at 51.
The Arthritis Myths That Drive Doctors Crazy
Don’t let these misconceptions keep you from protecting your joints.
How Saving Your Teeth Could Save Your Life
Your teeth aren’t just for smiling and chewing—they could be the key to a longer life.
5 Blood Tests You’re Probably Not Getting—but Should Be
Ask your doctor about these tests at your next appointment.