Geriatric care Stories
The Average American Lives Surprisngly Close To His Mom
New research reveals that the average American lives 18 miles from his or her mom.
For Dementia Patients, Singing Is Good For The Mind, Body, And Soul
A new Finnish study provides further evidence showing the benefits music has on dementia patients.
The World's First Anti-Aging Drug May Be Closer Than You Think
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a 2016 start for clinical trials on a drug that may be able to extend human lifespans.
Try To Keep A Dry Eye Watching This 92-Year-Old Man Serenade His Dying Wife
A heart-warming video of a 92-year-old man singing to his dying wife is quickly going viral.
Fast Food Worker's Act Of Kindness Goes Viral [VIDEO]
A simple act of kindness goes a long way, and it inspires others to do the same.
The One Feeling That Gets Better With Old Age
A recent study suggests that as we age we become more trusting, a personality shift which can lead to overall better well-being.
Sexually Active Seniors Ace Cognitive Function Tests: Study
Senior men and women who believe sex is equally important and pleasant in old age boost fluid intelligence and memory recall.
US Seniors More Comfortable Talking About Death Than Ever Before
A record number of elderly Americans are completing living wills and appointing health care surrogates for end-of-life decisions, a new study finds.
Does Selfless Caregiving Make You Happier?
A new study shows that older women who care for sick spouses actually find their daily household tasks less frustrating than people who aren’t caregivers.
Loss Of A Loved One May Literally Break Your Heart
Older people are twice as likely to suffer heart attacks and stroke during the month immediately following the loss of a loved one.