Women’s History Month is a chance to remember major milestones that made aging well easier for women. Since the beginning of the 20th century, life expectancy has increased significantly due to improvements in public health, nutrition, and medical technology including improved treatments and better medications for heart disease, stroke, infectious diseases, and certain cancers, such as breast and colon cancers.
To honor and mark Veterans Day, NCOA Program Manager Randy Feliciano talked with NCOA National SCSEP Director Jim Seith about his Air Force service and how that training has impacted his outlook on aging.Read
Fall’s cooler temps means a respite from summer heat, but it also means a greater chance of getting sick. Learn what 4 vaccines you should talk to your doctor about today, and how Medicare will cover the costs.Read
Finances can be overwhelming for many people, and a variety of factors can increase financial challenges, especially for ethnic and minority seniors.Read
Whether you’re traveling thousands of miles a year, or taking the short occasional trip, there are risks you’ll want to avoid. Here are 6 tips to ensure your next trip is fun and safe.Read