Poll shows most people over 50 feel their health is the same or better than before 2020, but also reveals subgroups that may need more support to achieve healthy aging
Poll finds less than 1 in 3 people over 50 currently use them for any purpose, and only 28% of people with diabetes use them to track blood sugar levels.
Access to safe indoor isolation rooms, and outdoor activity spaces, vary by race/ethnicity and income.
A new position statement issued by a global expert panel, and supported by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, highlights the importance of resistance training for older adults to empower healthy aging.
A poll of older adults finds physical and mental health issues, including hearing problems, as well as poor diet, exercise and sleep habits, are tied to loneliness.
Millions more seniors now self-identify as healthy, federal data show. But the gains occurred only among those with higher levels of education and income.