Some older adults are living in neighborhoods that may be making them sick.
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Survey revealed a generational "digital divide" in attitudes toward managing health.
Britain leads US at addressing protracted loneliness.
Foraed looking calculation of potential move-in was wrong.
Speak to your smart home -- Alarm.com tests Alexa skills.
Digital health is not reaching most seniors.
Detecting changes in condition in real-time among private duty home care recipients.
A study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.
UMaine faculty shared aging-related research projects with students and colleagues.
Service example: Icontrol Networks Inc., which helps set up smart homes for clients.
For profit companies can now offer PACE services, reimbursed by Medicare and Medicaid.
Only 16 percent of seniors looked for health information online, among other findings.
Some of the restrictions are having a harsh impact on local granny pod businesses.
Finding clever, low-cost and low-tech solutions.
SSA announced it is rolling back the policy that would have limited access for some users.
Discovers IP devices on the network for remote troubleshooting and support.
Even Amazon, with a mainstream product like the Echo, may appeal to the over-50 demographic.
System predicts where movements are going instead of responding to a set of points.
Honor has raised in total $62 million.
As Americans grow older, size and productivity of workforce suffer.
New entrants emerging to reach the boomer audience -- example? Electric bike.
A motivator for using tech to help with care post discharge?
Little use of 'Dr. Google.'
Close to a third of the 65-69 now work and a fifth of the 70-74.
A misleading title -- should be seniors who are healthy might be likeliest to live alone?
UCSD students create tech designs by spending time with senior living residents.