Doctors who care for older patients see little use for popular nutritional drinks marketed to seniors.
A survey of young doctors finds that they overwhelmingly would not choose heroic resuscitation measures if they had a terminal illness.
A new study links shingles to a higher risk of stroke.
A new documentary describes a program in Toronto that links teenage tutors to seniors who need computer lessons.
The New Yorker cartoonist has written a sort of graphic memoir about caring for her ailing parents.
Medicare now pays for cardiac rehabilitation for heart failure patients. But will they use it?
The American Bar Association has developed a smartphone app intended to make health care directives quickly and easily accessible.
While American patients are urged to “battle” at the end of life, a new analysis showed doctors in Britain telling patients about the “journey.”
A broadcaster turns the camera on his parents.
A study finds that older people on hypertensives have a higher risk of serious falls, and that patients are divided on whether their priority is reducing cardiovascular risk or fewer tumbles.
Rattling sabers and manning the battle stations at the end of life. Why do we say that?
Tyrannosaurus parents once ruled the household, and still want to.
Medicare officials release data on doctor payments, and an analysis by The Times uncovers a number of surprises.
A new online tool from the National Institute of Nursing Research explains end-of-life care.
Suddenly strangers seem to think I'm frail.