Issues in Aging
- Grandpa Gets Around…Using Uber by Mary Jacobs - When Kerri Couillard founded Babierge, she expected the business would mostly attract young families who were traveling. The Albuquerque-based fledgling company connects people who need baby gear for a few days with those who have equipment to rent. Couillard was…
Blog of the Week
- A Homemade Superstition by Flora Davis - I recently turned 84, and I’m not happy about it. It’s not that I mind being old. My problem is that my dad died when he was 84, and it’s in the back of my mind that I might too.…
Politico Pro Q&A: Geriatrician and Author Louise Aronson
The renowned doctor talks about the challenges of providing quality medical care in today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world.
Kaiser Health News
Doctor Alexa Will See You Now: Is Amazon Primed to Come to Your Rescue?
In the not-to-distant future, the device may be able to help diagnose medical issues and possibly even save your life.
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Aid in Dying Soon Will be Available to More Americans. Few Will Choose It.
By October, nine states will allow doctors to help terminally ill patients end their lives. The option may not be quickly embraced by many, however.