KPWHRI’s Dr. Dori Rosenberg shares 28 ways to be less sedentary.
A new study shows we know how to stop the leading cause of injury among older people, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson. All we have to do is use that knowledge.
If you or a loved one is experiencing cognitive impairment or even early signs of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, now is a good time to start talking with your health care providers and family members about advance care planning.
Dr. Eric B. Larson says that brain function doesn’t have to decline with age. There are steps you can take to maintain your thinking power.
What are a woman’s options for symptoms like hot flashes, mood changes, or sleep problems? Here’s the evidence about herbs, yoga and more.
Dr. Eric Larson unpacks the findings of several life satisfaction studies.
Read about it in Healthy Findings.
July 1, 2015—National Institute on Aging renews funding for long-running ‘living laboratory.’