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Sherbourne M. 1 in 5 older Americans experience food insufficiency, according to U-M study.
Scommegna P, Mather M. Among Older Americans, Black and Hispanic People Are Much More Likely to Need Help at Home—and Go Without It.
Salamon M. Can self-employment promote better cardiovascular health for women?.
Society ACancer. Cancer Survivors Reporting Loneliness Experience Higher Mortality Risk, New Study Shows.
Sleek S. Childhood Residue in the Aging Body. Observer.
Sherbourne M. Childhood trauma tied to tooth loss later in life. Michigan News.
Samuels R. Customized Benefits, Financial Literacy Are Key to Closing the Racial Retirement Savings Gap.
Staff S. Dementia rates are declining, and education could have a lot to do with it. Stateside.
Stavrova O. Does Having a Happy Spouse Lead to a Longer Life?.
Socha V. Financial Hardship and Risk of Incident Diabetic Kidney Disease.
Stenger M. Financial Impact on Caregivers of Spouses With Cancer.
Specktor B. Here’s Why Your Brain Needs You to Read Every Single Day. Reader's Digest.
Stong C. Hypertension Concordance in Heterosexual Couples Consistent in Different Countries.
Solan M. Improving vision may help prevent dementia.
Span P. In Older Americans, Rising Debt May Adversely Affect Health.
Span P. The Income Gap Jeopardizing Retirement for Millions.
Staff P. Long-Term Pet Ownership Can Slow Cognitive Decline in Older Adults, New Study Finds.
Sherburne M. Losing a Parent Early Affects Immune Systems Later On.
Stoffel B. The Most Amazing Retirement Chart You'll Ever See. The Motley Fool.
Shine KNorth. Multiple periods of loneliness may add up to higher mortality risk.
Staff NAPANet. Older Workers’ Retirement Expectations Remain Intact Despite COVID.