A number of tips are offered to hospitals, patients and families about how to avoid downward spiral after emergency room visit.
Gary Rotstein's What's New In Aging
Writer turning 60 has figured a few things out about the right way of thinking in later years.
Knowledge and experience with the things you enjoy can also be a pleasurable, rewarding means of income in later years.
WHERE TO START,WHERE TO GO
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Ward Garner, a senior vice president and certified financial planner, has been assisting clients for Bill Few Associates in Ross since 1995
University of Pittsburgh psychiatry professor Richard Schulz has been one of the nation’s foremost researchers on caregiving stress for
Geriatric psychiatrist Charles “Chip” Reynolds III has for decades been one of Pittsburgh’s and the nation’s leading scholars and
Rachael Wonderlin, 28, is a gerontologist and dementia care consultant who has been a staff member specializing in care of those with