The older people are, the fewer memories they share, research finds. And when they do share, they do it in less detail than younger people do, too.
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"...this discovery could be of immense consequence for treating a myriad of brain conditions..."
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An eye scanner can detect biological aging, rather than your chronological age. It decodes the "record of how a person is aging at the molecular level."
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More collaboration with home health care providers could help family caregivers feel less overburdened, ease stress, and improve their quality of life.
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"Picky eating is common during childhood and parents often hear that their children will eventually 'grow out of it.' But that's not always the case..."
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Even before COVID-19, one in seven adults between the ages of 50 and 80 faced food insecurity because of cost or other issues, a poll shows.
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"...people at mid-life reported a lot more stressors, about 19% more stress in 2010 than in 1990. And that translates to 64 more days of stress a year."
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Most cars today come with technology to make driving easier and safer. But older drivers don't often use them. Interactive video tutorials may change that.
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The COVID-19 pandemic could be a perfect storm for amping up stereotypes about older people, but there are ways you can do better.
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