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In their book, Zoobiquity, Cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers discuss what animals can teach us about health and healing.

Author Louise Penny shares her journey with her husband’s dementia, as does novelist Jenny McPhee, in the story of her mother’s decline.  Also articles on getting help as a caregiver.

Authors Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D. share their 7 rules to stop aging and make our “third act” a time to live longer, stronger, healthier and sharper in AARP’s November, December magazine.

In this program you'll hear about Joy Ross, a woman who faces many challenges in her life due to the eye disease called Uveitis. You'll also hear about some everyday habits that you can adopt to help you see better for years to come.

Privacy advocate Deborah Peel urges consumers to learn how to protect their electronic medical information from the legal marketplace that buys and sells this private information. From the April 2016 More magazine.

The consequences of senior poverty are many, including poor health and decreased longevity.  Statistics are disturbing especially with respect to food insecurity and nutrition.

Doctors are rethinking treatment for patients with ductal carcinoma in situ - early breast cancer. They are wondering whether it is better to wait & watch, rather than treat this form of breast cancer.

Many senior sites offer a wide  range of suggestions for a happier and healthier 2016.

Public Broadcasting's next avenue has published a list of 50 Influencers in Aging.

The 2015 White House Conference on Aging focused on retirement security, long term services and support, elder justice and healthy aging.