It's likely most of us listen to the radio on our commute to work, with a mix of announcers blathering, the latest pop music, or public radio if we have the mental energy to focus on what smart people are saying.
Nursing home residents who have a sorbet appetizer tend to eat more at mealtime and maintain their weight, according to findings from a small study done by researchers at Gonzaga University and the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater.
Caring for their own family members creates unique burdens, benefits for geriatric healthcare professionals, study findsJanuary 16, 2014
Healthcare professionals who work with seniors experience complex and at times distressing effects when they also are caregivers for aging family members, according to a recently published study. The research was described as the first of its kind.
Engagement with therapy animals slows down the progression of dementia symptoms in nursing home residents, according to a recently published study.
The vocalizations of geriatric rats have provided speech language pathologists with new information on how seniors can strengthen their voices.
Far too few clinical trials are focused on seniors with diabetes, according to an analysis recently published in the journal Diabetologia.
Nursing home residents in chronic pain may benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), according to new guidelines on managing pain in older people.
Some of us could live to be 150.
If you're predicting a case of early-onset Olympic fatigue but still want to root for the good ol' USA, then cheer on the 25th Annual Geriatric Olympics.
Nearly all residents at a German geriatric rehabilitation hospital had insufficient levels of vitamin D, while more than two-thirds had severely deficient levels, a new study has found.
The Department of Health and Human Services is awarding $159.1 million to support healthcare workforce training.