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Tech to manage chronic conditions, keep track of our vitals, make smarter health decisions, and care for loved ones, including our pets.
Making a hub for all the digital health data you can squeeze out of compatible health monitors.
The move from nursing-home to in-home care is part of a massive shift across the nation.
The baby boomer population is the first generation of ‘humanizing’ pet owners.
Silicon Valley executives from the "sandwich generation” have left jobs to launch mobile and digital health startups.
As of 2015, there will be more people alive over 65 than under 15 for the first time. And it’s going to remain that way.
Now it is releasing its newest feature on the app: a tracker that monitors activity levels and gives caregivers reports.
People older than 85 accounted for more than 25 percent of all disabilities among seniors.
Will boomers (providers and consumers) buy into this buzzword-laden future?
Walt Mossberg, gone from the WSJ, but still an Apple enthusiast. How about a $650 or $750 iPhone?
GreatCall partnered with an artificial intelligence company to send automated reports to concerned children and grandchildren.
Tablet-based access to portal for senior housing communities.
More than 54,000 brokers in hot spots the Journal identified have generated 8,981 complaints.
People also harbor widespread distrust toward technology companies -- and worry most about misuse of their Social Security number.
Young designers are ignoring older adults with chronic disease.
Criteria: An elderly family member requiring assistance; owning a home that is worth at least $400,000; no debt.
A new report from Google suggests that the perpetrators of manual account hijacking often approach this type of digital invasion as a job.
Afterwards, a sudden loss of independence and a new level of fear for those who fall, and their contemporaries.
New York Times investigative research about the growing issue of older adults and falls.
Most of 4000 baby boomers surveyed don’t plan to move, and if they do, they don’t necessarily plan to downsize.
Terminology is just one problem.
Fast Company: Wearable tech for older adults.
At 65, on average -- men: 18 more years; Women: 21 more years.