$1,000,000 Reward for Anyone Who Finds the ‘Germ’ that Causes Alzheimer’s

Currently, more than 44 million people around the world are suffering from Alzheimer’s. Each day, 303 people die of the disease and each year, we lose 110,000 people to the progressive, neurological disease. Yet the cause is … [Read more...]

Why Guardianship Should Be a Last Resort

Terri Black had always planned to care for her widowed father in her home if he ever became too frail to care for himself. When her father’s dementia and other health issues became too much to handle, her father’s girlfriend, … [Read more...]

Top 18 Articles of 2018

From consequences related to the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to changes in Veterans’ Pension Laws, we covered a lot of ground in 2018. It was a year that marked the passage of the CHRONIC Care Act, the ACA being struck … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Why Seniors Should Consider Making New Year’s Resolutions

Dear Ernie and Jannette, Happy New Year! I typically don’t make New Year’s resolutions, because I know I won’t keep them. But, this year, I want things to be different. I read somewhere that setting resolutions has practical … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor

Dear Angel, Every year when I go for my annual checkup or a sick visit, I leave feeling uninformed. Maybe I don't ask the right questions. What are some things that you recommend that seniors ask their … [Read more...]