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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
A growing number of healthcare providers are questioning the need for extensive cancer screening for seniors when the tests won’t significantly improve their quality of life.
Caring can come at a cost for residents and aides, but the hurt is worth it, says SNF resident blogger Kathy Mears.
An analysis of Nusing Home Compare shows cuts to Medicaid could harm the poorest residents and lowest-rated facilities that will have to do more with less. That could cost the government even more.
The LGBT Network plans to build a housing complex where seniors can be free to be themselves.
A new interdisciplinary minor will focus on healthcare at the intersection of medicine and healing.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears knows it’s important for nails to be trimmed, which is why she’s sought assistance from caregivers since Medicaid coverage isn’t often enough to her liking.
New research shows how lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors are stronger but also more vulnerable to health risks as they age, highlighting the importance of community and understanding.
A majority of people with diabetes don’t receive annual eye exams despite the fact that they are at an increased risk of developing serious eye conditions, according to new research.
A retirement community owner will serve two days in jail and five years of probation for sexually abusing 12 current and former employees and residents.
New research suggests poverty and perceived hardship could lead to premature aging.
A new study found that improving self-perceptions related to efficacy and aging in older adults can reduce signs of depression in older adults.