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Himmelstein K. Academic Study Finds Reparations to Black Americans Would Narrow Racial Health Gap, Increase Life Expectancy.
Aging NCouncil on. Addressing the Nation's Retirement Crisis: The 80%.
Blaschke J. Adults entering older adulthood more likely to suffer multiple health ailments than prior generations.
Alzheimer's Association - NYC Chapter. African-Americans in New York City are two times more likely than white Americans to have Alzheimer's disease.
Munnell AH. After 50 Years of Progress, How Prepared Are Women for Retirement?.
Monaco K. Age at Diabetes Onset Matters for Death, Comorbidity Risks.
National Institute on Aging. Age estimated by changes to DNA can help predict health outcomes, mortality in older adults.
Osterland A. Aging baby boomers raise the risk of a long-term-care crisis in the U.S. Advisor Insight.
Platt T. Aging study in Kenya to help Sub-Saharan Africa navigate major shifts in its population.
Taeckens N. Air pollution exposure associated with dementia risk, UMich researchers find.
Health NInstitutes. Air pollution linked to dementia cases.
de Montreal U. Allostatic load is higher in women in long-term couples.
Alzheimer's Society. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC 2017). Latest news.
Americans not equal facing high-impact pain. Xinhuanet.
Manganaro J. Americans Underestimate Social Security Income by $1,900: 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.
Blanchett D. The annuity puzzle is especially puzzling for older retirees.
Bowers LA. Another reason to stamp out ageism.
Thornton N. Are pre-retirees in the gig economy prepared for retirement?. Benefits Pro.
Eisenberg R. Are retirees spending too little?. #RetireWell.
Markowitz A. Are the Last Boomers Ready for Retirement?.
Adams NE. Are We Worrying About the ‘Right’ Retirement Risks?.
Eisenberg R. Are you planning for retirement all wrong?.
Gavin K. As dementia’s toll on the U.S. rises, new study shows major gaps in who gets care that could help them remain at home. News Release.
Picchi A. Baby boomers are hitting "peak 65." Two-thirds don't have nearly enough saved for retirement.