If You're Diagnosed With Dementia, Should You Lose Your Second Amendment Rights?
When a family member gets diagnosed with dementia, gun-rights advocates have a difficult choice ahead of them.
Senior Citizens Are Most Likely to Share Fake News on Facebook
New research finds the 65-and-over demographic was most inclined to share fabricated news reports during the 2016 presidential campaign.
As Americans Age, Their Support for Environmentalism Declines
It's not easy staying green.
The Prevailing Stereotypes of Old Age in Pop Music
The barrage of tuneful negativity may have health consequences for elderly listeners.
A Lifetime of Intellectual Stimulation Staves Off Dementia
Turning to brainy pursuits in later years also helps delay the onset of the dreaded condition, according to a new study.
No Need to Speak Slowly: I Took Music Lessons as a Kid
New research suggests music training as a youngster can lead to faster processing of sounds in senior citizens.