Do Robots Have a Place in Elder Care?
Companies are experimenting with robots that can be programmed to complete a number of household and caregiving tasks.
Cataracts: Getting the Big Picture (and a Clearer One, Too)
More than 20 million Americans over age 40 are affected by cataracts, a condition that can be treated with a simple surgery.
Removing a Trustee: Trust Law in Sterling Case
Donald Sterling's legal battle really began when he and his wife, Shelly became co-trustees of the family trust.
Alzheimer’s Presents Unique Challenges for Home Care
Caregivers need to stay engaged with their care recipient, in order to handle difficult behaviors.
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Apologizing After Caregiver Stress Causes a Blowup
You've just unleashed a month's worth of pent up anger and stress on a close friend who's offered you some well-meaning advice. Now what?
Married Couples Should Update Their Will to Avoid Medicaid Misery
Many married couples have no will, and they don't necessarily need one, unless either plans on trying to qualify for Medicaid in the future.
Thoughts Caregivers are Reluctant to Admit, Even to Themselves
The longer you spend as a caregiver, the more likely you are to experience emotions and thoughts that you’re reluctant to admit, even to yourself.
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