BY STEVE PERSALL | Times Movie Critic
According to a study published more than 10 years ago, many women over 70 who are treated for early-stage breast cancer receive no additional benefit from radiation treatments, but a new study finds that nearly two-thirds of them continue to receive radiation treatment.
Are you the 50- or 60-something parent of a high school or college kid who zones out with video games or TV instead of tackling his schoolwork or pursuing a career?
Bored with your workouts? What better time than now, the beginning of a new year, to rev up your fitness routine. Research tells us interval training not only improves fitness, but helps burn fat faster than steady-state aerobic exercise. While the steady-state routine, where you work pretty much at the same intensity …
Ecumen CEO Kathryn Roberts has a peculiar habit when she calls a staff meeting. She sets a jar in the middle of the table, and anyone who says the "f-word" has to pony up a quarter.
The Florida State Fair will run Feb. 5-16, but people who are 55 and older will want to pay particular attention to these dates: Feb. 9-12.
WASHINGTON — Adjusting medications before someone gets sick enough to visit the doctor. Updating outside specialists so one doctor's prescription doesn't interfere with another's.
John Collins must have a big battery pack hidden somewhere on his person. How else to explain his energy?
For Roland Dion, 81, who lives on the eastern edge of San Diego, being isolated in a place where the car rules is all too real a possibility.
A hundred years ago this month, World War I was five months along. When the fighting first started in late July 1914, many thought the conflict would be over by Christmas. Instead, the war would stretch for nearly four more years, until the November 1918 armistice.