If you have school-aged grandkids, you’re probably hearing about all the shots they need before returning to class. It’s also a good time to check your own immunization record. Our immune systems weaken as we age, putting older adults at higher risk for catching preventable diseases—even the ones we think are just for kids.
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
Chronic conditions can be difficult to manage at the best of times, but for many LGBT older adults, unique challenges threaten the healthy aging of a generation.Read
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are often spoken about interchangeably, but they are not the same condition. Understand the differences.Read
May is Older Americans Month and to celebrate, we sat down with NCOA’s CEO Jim Firman to ask about his personal experience of aging.Read
Where you choose to live can impact your health, economic security, and independence as you age. See the top 5 largest and smallest metro areas for successful aging.Read