As population ages, technology offers medical security

08/20/2007 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Technology is proving useful for the elderly and chronically ill, providing videoconferencing, medication and health monitoring, bathroom sensors, and fall detectors. The popularity of these services indicates a preference among the elderly to age at home instead of in assisted living facilities. Some, however, feel the monitoring devices violate their privacy.

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