A journal essay argues that Western societies could benefit from acknowledging social robots' relational value.
Social isolation is worsening and detrimental to health. A bioethicist sees an opportunity: robot companions for seniors.
The results of a Seattle study of how a retirement living facility averted a COVID-19 outbreak have implications for public health practice.
A poorer score on a cognitive test was associated with greater risk in a study population of 2,615 senior drivers.
Artificial-intelligence and robotics designers should solicit ideas from elderly people, says study's lead researcher
Among older women, at-home self-surveys can predict mortality, hip fractures and falls as well as a measurements taken during a clinic visit, according to researchers at the University of Washington and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center