Homecare Becomes No. 1 Target for Labor Lawsuits
The home health industry has been hammered with new requirements over the last few years, particularly when it comes to labor laws. (Amy Baxter/Home Health Care News)

Young Adults Can Face Challenges to Health Enrollment
Clunky computer systems and uninformative coverage notices may make it easier to drop coverage at age 19 than continue it. (Michelle Andrews/Kaiser Health News)

Few Young Doctors are Training to Care for U.S. Elderly
The United States has 130 geriatric fellowship programs, with 383 positions. In 2016, only 192 of them were filled. (Kara Lofton/NPR Shots)

Nursing Homes Phasing Out Alarms to Reduce Falls
Without alarms, nurses have to better learn residents' routines and accommodate their needs before they try to stand up and do it themselves. (AP/New Yorks Times)

Researchers Develop Genetic Test to Predict Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
New research into the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer’s disease offers fresh evidence that the devastating brain disorder may gain a foothold years before dementia sets in, and takes a key step toward earlier detection of the disease. (Melissa Healy/Los Angeles Times)