Smoothie add-ins: 10 supplements that can boost health benefits
Turn your smoothie into a nutritional powerhouse.
Dementia simulators: How virtual reality helps caregivers understand challenges
Simulation technology is driving new levels of empathy for the struggles of people with dementia
3 problems that are spiking health care costs — and how to fix them
Phil Moeller talks to Dr. Marty Makary about his new book.
‘Golden blood’: a type so rare only a few people carry it
It has fewer than 50 known carriers worldwide.
How a toilet seat could help prevent hospital readmissions
Smart toilet seats will help older adults monitor their health systematically.
A pacemaker for the brain? Researchers look at possibilities for Alzheimer’s
Doctors aim to slow neurodegeneration through deep brain stimulation
Two new vision tests may help doctors see Alzheimer’s coming
Study focuses on patient's ability to ignore distractions
Humans have a lot more than five senses — here are 18
Go beyond touch, taste, smell, sound, and sight.
Hospitals need to better accommodate older patients — here are 5 areas to improve
Hospitals were not designed for older adults.
Very few people have a Medicare medical savings account — but it might be just what you need
Only 0.01% of the 61 million people enrolled in Medicare have an MSA. Here's why that's about to change.
New research on alcohol consumption goes against stereotypes
Alcohol use is on the rise, with women — specifically older women — drinking more.
What intense nightmares can reveal about your health
Nightmares are often the result of normal things like garden-variety stress — but they could be a signal of a physical health issue.
Can people with low incomes qualify for a Medicare subsidy?
In this week’s column, Phil Moeller answers a question about Medicare subsidies.
How to prepare for Medicare’s Fall Annual Election Period
If you're already on Medicare, it’s the one time of the year you can enroll in or change your Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans.