When choosing a type of hospice for a loved one, it is important to consider all of the factors that will go into his care.
A new study says that the standard flu vaccine may not be as effective for the elderly.
Hospice provides significant benefits to an ailing loved one, but there are many programs in place to help the surviving family as well.
The holiday season is often one of joy and family togetherness, but for family members who have a loved one living with dementia, this time of year can be challenging.
A new study from the University of Helsinki in Finland has found evidence indicating that older seniors may have a better chance of recovering from traumatic brain injury than initially thought.
Researchers have found that a new blood test can better screen patients for rheumatoid arthritis, years before it even begins to affect them.
When it comes to senior care, a team of health providers may play an important role in reducing hospital readmissions after a fall.
A study from the University of Toronto has found that there is a link between stereotypes surrounding senior citizens and the cognitive and hearing performance of older adults.
When approaching the idea of hospice, there are a few things to keep in mind to help you to better understand and make a more informed decision.
There are ways that family members can celebrate the season with the seniors in their lives who are in hospice.
A new study has found that there are especially strong health risks for elderly women with diabetes who are exposed to air pollution.