Do Family Caregivers Experience Greater Health Risks?

An aging America means more demand for caregivers who help care for the elderly, but a looming shortage of caregivers could endanger many of the most vulnerable.

A new study from the Johns Hopkins University Center on Aging and Health indicates that adults who provided care for a chronically ill or disabled family member had a lower death rate than a similar group of non-caregivers. These finding are surprising.

Google Search Recommends