Seniors are not a lost generation

I attended the Aging in America conference in Washington DC last week, as part of my fellowship with the Center for Health, Media and Policy. This was my first time attending this particular conference, and I was so pleased to see that the senior population still represents an important constituency to so many. Hundreds of […]

Celebrate Women’s Health

It will give you (and them) a heads up to be aware of possible serious conditions that may be hereditary, such as heart disease, diabetes, or sickle cell disease. … Many hazards in the home are overlooked, but easy to fix, such as picking up scatter rugs, installing grips in the shower or tub, picking up clutter, such as books or magazines, off of the floor and stairs.

An End to Hunger? Let’s hope.

Senior hunger is a bigger problem than most people realize