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Kurtz A. Your Genes May Predict How Wealthy You Are. Forbes.
Kissell C. Is This the Best Way for Retirees to Avoid Loneliness?.
Kissell C. This Is the Most Unpredictable Cost You Will Face in Retirement.
Khaja H. These Are the Risk Factors Tied to Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults.
Kegel M. Study reveals factors that increase people’s fear of developing Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer's News Today.
Kissell C. Retiree Households Lose $111,000 to This Social Security Misstep.
Bloom DE, Kotschy R. Reckoning with the growing demand for long-term care.
Kotschy R, Bloom DE. Reckoning with the growing demand for long-term care.
Kennedy S. Predictive Models Flag Need for Nursing Home Care in Dementia Patients.
Koff R. Older workers fair better in countries that invest more in healthcare resources.
Kresge N. Obesity Leaves Psychological Scars After the Weight Is Gone.
Kaplan J. Meet the 'forgotten middle' of Americans over 75 facing a rocky retirement.
Kaplan J. Meet the 'forgotten middle' of Americans over 75 facing a rocky retirement.
Kirkendoll SM. Loneliness Linked to Insomnia Symptoms in Middle-Aged and Older Adults.
Kissell C. Living Near This Type of Restaurant May Boost Stroke Risk.
Kirk-Sanchez N. Let's commit infrastructure funding to help older Americans lead healthier lives. Opinion.
Klopack ET. How stress may accelerate aging of the immune system.
Kissell C. How Staying Active Could Make You Richer.
Khaja H. Food Insecurity Tied to Dementia Risk, Memory Decline in Older Adults.
Kirkendoll-Duke S. Feeling lonely can lead to sleepless nights for middle-aged and older adults.
Kopf D. Economists have put a price on pain, and it’s $56-$145 a day. Quartz.
Kashdan T. Correcting Misconceptions About Loneliness.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Consequences of Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 62.
Kara-Yakoubian M. Changes in personality traits linked to significant life outcomes.
Kara-Yakoubian M. Boys and men experience more social isolation than girls and women, study finds.