The Long Island dachshund, claiming the title as the World's Oldest Dog, died in her Port Jefferson Station home over the weekend.
Six million older people will get smaller Social Security checks in January.
The phone scammers call senior citizens, and the caller acts like a grandson who has just gotten into a car accident in Canada.
Up to 60,000 people have canceled their memberships in AARP because of the group's position on health care reform.
It looks like Americans under age 50 are the biggest supporters of President Obama's proposals on how to reform the nation's health care system.
President Obama took his plan for reforming the nation's healthcare industry to one of the nation's most prominent lobbyist groups.
Researchers have found both divorce and widowhood can have a long negative impact on health, even after a person remarries.
It's a key step for a proposed housing project for low-income senior citizens in Gates.
The U.S. Census Bureau says the number of people in the world aged 65 or over hit 506 million in the middle of last year.
Researchers say memory declines get jump started in people with the so-called "Alzheimer's gene" before they reach 60 years of age.
The number of retirees who say they are worried about financial security has more than doubled in the past year, and many are tightening budgets or seeking professional financial advice.
Older veterans who have had post-traumatic stress disorder have nearly double the risk of dementia than other veterans.
A Boston University study has revealed the number of knee replacement cases is predicted to rise to three-point-five million over the next 20 years.
Tomoji Tanabe has died at his home in southern Japan at the age of 113.
Being married to the same person for nearly seven decades is impressive, but what happened to a Florida couple when one of their wedding bands disappeared may be just as remarkable.
"The New York Times" says researchers haven't been able to duplicate a 2003 finding that one's risk of depression has a genetic origin.
Arthritis sufferers may find some relief from their joint pain and disability by practicing the ancient Chinese exercise of Tai Chi.
A key to heart health might be a little furrier than you think.
Most Americans are aware of their personal debts, mortgages, car payments, credit cards. But we all owe a lot more than that. A lot more.