The latest occupancy numbers for assisted living point to absorption issues. But they may reveal another issue as well.
"Ew," was the predictable reaction to a study published in the April issue of Applied and Environmental Microbiology that found that hot air hand dryers spread bathroom bacteria.
A new study on health across the states indirectly reveals something that might prove to be helpful to senior living operators.
The new Medicare cards represent a huge opportunity for those with larceny in their hearts.
What do a dog, false eyelashes and hot coffee have in common? The answer may or may not surprise you.
The new boss at Health and Human Services is on a mission.
Is an airline flight in your future as you plan to attend a conference or take a break from work far from home? If so, then you may be interested a study recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Nursing homes are the proverbial canary in the coal mine. They are chirping, but are you listening?
What's one way to retain employees? Make sure their supervisors are people for whom they want to work, suggests a recent national survey.
We should have made more progress on falls among the elderly by now, yet this problem not only persists, it may be getting worse.