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Famakinwa J. Caregiver Support Can Lower the Risk of a Prolonged Nursing Home Stay. Personal Home Care.
Hunter E. Certain Kidney Function Measures May Determine Long-Term Physical Function Decline.
Bonvissuto K. Certain types of air pollution raise risk of dementia: study.
Manganaro J. CFP Board Picks 7 Best Retirement Research Papers of 2023.
Williams S. Chances Are Your Financial Future Will Be Determined by This Social Security Table.
Kara-Yakoubian M. Changes in personality traits linked to significant life outcomes.
Nova A. Channel anxiety to avoid bad investment decisions. CNBC.
Sleek S. Childhood Residue in the Aging Body. Observer.
Sherbourne M. Childhood trauma tied to tooth loss later in life. Michigan News.
Owens S. Chronic pain may accelerate memory decline. Neurology Now.
Fickman L. City or Country Living? Research Reveals Psychological Differences.
Mertens M. Close friends can help you live longer but they can spread some bad habits too.
Marabito M. Cognitive impairment, headaches, CVD more common in former college football players.
Gupta S. Cognitive scientists may have just discovered the most cuddly way to protect your aging brain.
Miller M. Column: For U.S. retirees, rising interest rates a double-edged sword. Reuters.
Heatlh O. A Connection Between Diabetes, Oral Health and Dementia Highlights the Importance of Dental Care.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Consequences of Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 62.
Association AHeart. Coronary heart disease before age 45 may increase risk of dementia later in life.
Kashdan T. Correcting Misconceptions About Loneliness.
Aging NCouncil on. Cost of Chronic Disease in Retirement Is Highest for Women and People of Color. PR Newswire.
Crouch M. Could Correcting Your Vision Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk?.
Min P. Couples Often Share High Blood Pressure, Says Study.
Meerdink J. Couples with similar drinking habits may live longer.
McCarthy E. COVID-19 Didn’t Change Older Americans’ Retirement Expectations: Study.
Miller J. COVID-19 pandemic shortens aggregate US life expectancy by more than 9 million years. Infectious Diseases.