One of the dozens of bills signed by Governor Jerry Brown helps protect the assets of the elderly by closing an important loop hole.
Some of us fight this event in our lives, while others just let it happen. In this Good Question: What makes our hair turn gray as we age?
Families in Sonoma and Mendocino counties have an option when it comes to caring for elderly or disabled relatives.
Aging baby boomers are more likely to need counseling and other mental health services as the population turns gray simply because of their longevity, according to the Obama administration’s point person on disability and aging.
Among Americans 55 years and older, cases of sexually transmitted disease are on the rise. In fact, Medicare may soon add STD screenings as a covered benefit.
Women and men of a certain age have asked themselves: What would I look like with gray hair? The decision to go gray is often an emotional one.
Researchers at Stanford say having a clear visual image of how we might look like at retirement age could help us face reality and better plan for it.
People who contracted HIV when the epidemic began almost 30 years ago never imagined using the words “AIDS” and “old age” in the same sentence.