For older adults, there's been a shift in thinking. Doctors and nurses should focus on what matters to you, not what's the matter with you.
Don't sit back and let your doctors take the steering wheel. It's important to take an active role in your health care.
WebMD’s chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, offers his insight on the current state of medical care for America’s older adults and its future trends.
As more than 10,000 people turn 65 each day, it is critical that we shine a bright light on ageism in health care and find ways to combat it.
Your health care needs change after 70. Learn what to expect and how your doctor can help.