A new study finds that older Americans with risk factors for harming themselves or others don't seem to be any less likely to have access to firearms than anyone else their age.
At a comfort food place in Tokyo's Roppongi neighborhood, all the servers have dementia.
Over the past few decades, the Supreme Court and various businesses have begun rolling back the rights of older workers in the U.S.
A sagging economy, a complex job market, and a lack of social programs have led to an increase in the number of elderly people living—and dying—on the streets.
There’s a strong cultural distaste for thinking about the elderly engaged in sexual activity, but we must if we’re going to protect an aging population.
A Mayo Clinic study finds decades spent on creative work pay off.
Advocates argue that early release is the most compassionate and cost-effective solution.
Senior citizens' hesitance about using caretaking robots comes from a fear that their grandchildren will become emotionally dependent on the machines.
The Department of Justice has expanded eligibility for compassionate release. But whether that means more inmates are let out early depends on the “compassion” of prison officials.
An examination of the multibillion-dollar industry reveals a mishmash of minimal state regulation and no involvement by federal officials.
Researchers show why it's good that the elderly habitually stick to their favorite brands and how less ambitious shopping can make you a happier senior.