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Harrison P. FTD Takes a Greater Financial Toll Than Alzheimer's. Medscape.
Anderson T. Frugal retirees ditch 4 percent rule, hoard savings instead. Your Money, Your Future.
Wood E. From Breadwinner to Retiree: How to Manage the Transition.
Latham-Mintus K, Deck MM, Nelson E. Formerly incarcerated women of color face worse health in later life. OUPBlog.
Bonvissuto K. ‘Forgotten middle’ near-retirees worse off than prior generations, will need stronger supports in aging, researchers say.
O'Brien E. Forget the Stock Market. This Is the Big Risk for Retirees.
Gotkine E. For Older Adults, Loneliness Ups Mortality After Nonelective Surgery.
California Uof Souther. For breakthroughs in slowing aging, scientists must look beyond biology. Research News.
Khaja H. Food Insecurity Tied to Dementia Risk, Memory Decline in Older Adults.
Brooks M. Food Insecurity a Dementia Risk Factor?.
California LAngeles Un. Fixed Vial Sizes For Alzheimer’s Drug Could Waste $605M In Medicare Spending Each Year.
Mitchell OS. A Financial Literacy Test That Works. Forbes.
Min P. Financial Instability Is Connected to Increased Mortality Rates.
Stenger M. Financial Impact on Caregivers of Spouses With Cancer.
Fischer K. Financial hardship drives unhappiness in people living with dementia, study finds.
Socha V. Financial Hardship and Risk of Incident Diabetic Kidney Disease.
Gibson L. Fewer Retirees Have Wills in Place, Putting Their Families at Risk of Losing Their Inheritance.
National Institute on Aging. Fetal exposure to Great Depression economic hardship linked to accelerated aging.
Kirkendoll-Duke S. Feeling lonely can lead to sleepless nights for middle-aged and older adults.
Holcombe M. Feeling a sense of purpose drops after dementia, new study shows.
National Institute on Aging. Family member availability predicts likelihood of unpaid care for people living with dementia. Featured Research.
Fischer K. Family caregiving doesn’t always mean poor mental health, study finds.
Bonvissuto K. Family caregivers provide 2 extra ‘shifts’ of care per week per resident in assisted living: study.
National Institute on Aging. Family Care Availability And Implications For Informal And Formal Care Used By Adults With Dementia In The US. News & Events.
Abelson R, Rau J. Facing Financial Ruin as Costs Soar for Elder Care. Dying Broke.