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Kirk-Sanchez N. Let's commit infrastructure funding to help older Americans lead healthier lives. Opinion.
Dillon J. Life After 50: If You Have Questions, These Researchers Have Answers.
Leigh S. Life Expectancy Tool May Improve Quality of Life for Patients With Dementia. News.
Weston L. The life-changing magic of working a bit longer. NerdWallet.
Vitelli R. Lifelong Enrichment: A Key to Preserving Cognitive Health.
News DW. The Link Between Loneliness and Vision Impairment on Dementia.
Hurd MD, Rohwedder S. Living longer, working longer. Commentary (The RAND Blog).
Udasin S. Living near a ‘food swamp’ could raise stroke risk in adults 50 and older: research.
Kissell C. Living Near This Type of Restaurant May Boost Stroke Risk.
Mann D. Loneliness Can Cut Survival After a Cancer Diagnosis: Study.
Bauer E. The ‘Loneliness Epidemic’ Among The Elderly May Not Be What It Seems. Retirement.
Wadley J. Loneliness in later life lessens when older adults spend many hours volunteering.
Dolan EW. Loneliness leads to changes in personality over time.
Kirkendoll SM. Loneliness Linked to Insomnia Symptoms in Middle-Aged and Older Adults.
Bonner L. Loneliness should be considered a health risk factor for older adults.
Fischer K. Loneliness tied to higher death rates in cancer survivors.
Hedrih V. Lonely individuals tend to develop sleep problems, study finds.
News HD. Long-Term Loneliness Tied to Risk for Memory Decline.
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.
Crist C. Losing a spouse late in life linked to cognitive decline. Reuters.
Cookson C. Loss of life savings is a killer, say researchers: Health Study [Europe Region].
McPhillips D, Wallace A. Low wages linked with elevated mortality risk for middle-age workers in the US, study finds.
Center USCSchaeffer. Lower-Middle Class Americans Near Retirement are Worse Off Than 20 Years Ago, New USC and Columbia Study Shows .
Barnes A. Low-wage workers may experience faster decline in memory.