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Livni E. A sense of purpose could prolong your life. Quartz.
Carroll L. Seniors who feel their life has purpose may live longer. Reuters.
Miller M. Rosy assumptions on retirement timing invite rude financial surprise. Reuters.
Davis MA, Langa KM. Rich American seniors are getting healthier, leaving the poor behind. The Conversation US.
Pesce NLyn. Retiring early could kill you. Moneyish.
Biggs AG. Retirees say, "We're doing okay." Experts refuse to listen. Forbes.
Vernon S. Retirees can be too frugal with their spending. CBS Moneywatch.
Vernon S. Rethinking a common assumption about retirement spending. Moneywatch.
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Researchers say reading may increase lifespan.
Boggs W. Physical inactivity linked to loss of independence. Reuters Health.
Bradford H. Phased retirement programs still rare, GAO finds. Online.
Williams B. People with Weak Muscles Are More Likely to Die Early, Says Study.
Citroner G. People Who Survive Cancer May Be Less Likely to Develop Alzheimer’s. Healthline.
Rounds H. Older Americans Are Getting Crushed by Debt, New MagnifyMoney Analysis Shows. MagnifyMoney.
MarksJarvis G. The myth of outliving your retirement savings. Reuters.
Stoffel B. The Most Amazing Retirement Chart You'll Ever See. The Motley Fool.
Jacobs T. More evidence that health insurance really does save lives. PS Mag.
Frostenson S. More Americans say they're in pain. It’s a fascinating and disturbing medical mystery.
Miller K. The Mediterranean Diet Might Be the Secret to Living Longer — and Better. Yahoo Health.
Dixon E. Married people walk faster and have stronger grip, new study says. CNN.
Pascual O. Marijuana may help older adults with health and productivity, Johns Hopkins study finds. San Francisco Chronicle.
Cookson C. Loss of life savings is a killer, say researchers: Health Study [Europe Region].
Crist C. Losing a spouse late in life linked to cognitive decline. Reuters.
Hurd MD, Rohwedder S. Living longer, working longer. Commentary (The RAND Blog).