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.
With all the concerns around the increased census issues, there are many opportunities to ensure that our older adult population is counted.Read
On Sept. 30, funding authority expires for an important program that connects low-income Medicare beneficiaries with benefits to help them afford their health care costs. Learn more.Read
All of us dream of growing old with health, security, and independence—without having to worry too much about the costs of everyday life. Unfortunately, that is not the reality for many of today’s older adults.Read