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Bell A. Whose Life Expectancy Views Drive Annuity Sales?.
Biggs AG. What Do Academic Studies Have to Say About Americans' Retirement Saving?. Forbes.
Bell A. U.S. Long-Term Care Insurance Users Average $1.4M in Household Wealth: Study.
Bonvissuto K. Tweaking Medicaid eligibility criteria would benefit vulnerable older adults ‘tremendously’.
Bradford B. Study Finds Mental Decline Is Causing Financial Trouble For Millions Of Seniors.
Bailey D. Study examines hesitancy around buying an annuity.
Fraade-Blanar LA, Best R, Iyengar V. Ridesharing can help older people be functionally independent in their homes, communities.
Biggs AG. Retirees say, "We're doing okay." Experts refuse to listen. Forbes.
Kotschy R, Bloom DE. Reckoning with the growing demand for long-term care.
Bloom DE, Kotschy R. Reckoning with the growing demand for long-term care.
Boggs W. Physical inactivity linked to loss of independence. Reuters Health.
Bradford H. Phased retirement programs still rare, GAO finds. Online.
Berger S. Persistent Low Wages Linked to Faster Memory Decline in Later Life.
Bonvissuto K. Older adults at risk for dementia see fast declines in household wealth before dementia onset.
Bailey L. More seniors may have undiagnosed dementia than previously thought.
Brooks M. More Evidence Insomnia Contributes to Cognitive Decline.
Bosworth T. Memory Decline After Coronary Revascularization: Procedure Type Does Not Change Risk. Clinical Essentials.
Bell A. Married Women Lost Most of Their Retirement Income Edge: Study.
Barnes A. Low-wage workers may experience faster decline in memory.
Bonner L. Loneliness should be considered a health risk factor for older adults.
Bauer E. The ‘Loneliness Epidemic’ Among The Elderly May Not Be What It Seems. Retirement.
Bowers LA. The importance of activities.
Biggs AG. How Much Do Retirees Really Depend on Social Security? Far Less Than You'd Think. #RetireWell.
Berman R. Having a sense of purpose may help you live longer, research shows.
Bauer E. Happy Retirees? Maybe Not: Why Life Satisfaction Isn’t Necessarily ‘U-Shaped’ After All.