Gary Rotstein's What's New In Aging
Research points to recommendation for high-intensity interval training.
Home assistance is in jeopardy from GOP health care legislation, because it’s not a government entitlement like nursing home care.
The Conversation Project has created a guide to help in choosing someone to make key medical decisions if you’re incapacitated.
Websites provide guides covering the big decisions seniors might face prior to end-of-life care.
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Gary Rotstein, who coordinates Aging Edge content, has served in various writing and editing positions for the Post-Gazette since 1990. Feedback on Aging Edge content is welcomed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 412-263-1255.
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