Studies repeatedly have shown that health care in general and the high cost of drugs in particular are among the top concerns of US voters. But with coronavirus, the issue may fade from prominence.
Home health care is a much trickier question after COVID-19, and that becomes an issue for millions of older people who rely on home health care, as well as the workers who care for them.
What's in a word? Plenty, when it comes to the choices we use to describe people over 60. Stigma against older people that has been evident during the COVID-19 pandemic shows why it's time to change.
Nursing homes in the U.S. are not ready to care for coronavirus patients. Things need to change -- fast.
Look out for your elderly parents, family members, friends and neighbors. It could save their lives.
As the novel coronavirus spreads, an expert offers ways the elderly can stay safe while staying connected.
Blacks are at higher risk for many diseases. This is partly due to poverty, discrimination and lack of access to care. But there may be something different about the higher rates of Alzheimer's.