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3 Amazing Centenarians Changing What Aging Means

By: eCaringCategory :Technology    November 18, 2013

Thanks to advancements in medicine, technology, and nutrition, Americans are living longer than ever before-– life spans have increased by 4.6 years since 1989 for men and 2.7 years for women. The U.S. Census projects the population of centenarians (those living +100 years) will exceed 1 million before 2050. As the population ages, the meaning […]

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3 Major Challenges Facing Home Care Today

By: eCaringCategory :Policy    November 13, 2013

Today in the United States, over 12 million individuals receive home care services, accounting for a startling $72.2 billion in health care expenditures. As the need for home health care grows alongside population aging, the need for a qualified workforce to serve older adults is increasing as well. Over one million home health aides serve […]

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eCaring is proud to showcase our real-time, web-base care management and monitoring technology among leading healthcare professionals at NYeC‘s Digital Health Conference, November 14-15 2013 in New York City. The Digital Health Conference brings together a diverse group of professionals for two days of lively intellectual exchange. Healthcare providers, IT innovators, health leadership, start-ups, hospital […]

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Aging in the Empire State: A Look at New York City’s Senior Population

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    November 6, 2013

New York may be the city that never sleeps and the nation’s economic business center, but it’s also home to a diverse and rapidly growing aging population. Despite the Big Apple’s fast paced lifestyle, Manhattan and the outer boroughs are experiencing a shift toward an older demographic. Today over 1 million older adults are living […]

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The Best iPad & iPhone Apps for Seniors

By: eCaringCategory :Technology    November 4, 2013

Gaming is good for your health new research says, and the benefits can be especially positive for older gamers. A surprising new study from the University of California San Francisco found that older adults ages 60-85 demonstrated improved brain function after playing a specially designed game, NeuroRacer. Seniors who participated in the study showed improvements […]

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