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Arends B. When will we care as much about Alzheimer’s as we did about COVID-19?.
Aubrey A. Want To Keep Your Brain Sharp? Take Care Of Your Eyes And Ears. Shots: Health News from NPR.
Anderson B. This Expense is 5x More Likely to Drive Spending Volatility in Retirement than Health Care.
Anderson P. Stroke, High BP Don't Mediate Pollution's Link to Dementia.
Andrews M. Social Security giveth, medical costs taketh away. Chicago Tribune.
Asymkos S. Retirees who pay the most in taxes make only $36,000 a year on average, study finds. Yahoo! Finance.
Arends B. Opinion: Retirees with annuities have more fun. Retirement Weekly.
Abramowitz J. Older ‘sandwich generation’ Californians spent more time with parents and less with grandkids after paid family leave law took effect.
Anderson P. Hybrid MIND diet may preserve cognition, cut dementia risk. Medscape.
Anderer J. Hobbies Are The Secret To Happiness? Pleasurable Activities Help Older Adults Avoid Depression.
Alzheimer's Association. Healthy eating habits may preserve cognitive function and reduce the risk of dementia. AAIC 2017.
Adams NE. Has COVID Created a Retirement Confidence Conundrum?.
Anderson T. Frugal retirees ditch 4 percent rule, hoard savings instead. Your Money, Your Future.
Abelson R, Rau J. Facing Financial Ruin as Costs Soar for Elder Care. Dying Broke.
Ashley R. Exercising your brain could stave off dementia. Ask the Doctors.
Aging NCouncil on. Cost of Chronic Disease in Retirement Is Highest for Women and People of Color.
Association AHeart. Coronary heart disease before age 45 may increase risk of dementia later in life.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Consequences of Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 62.
McEvoy CT, ed. Can the Mediterranean Diet delay or prevent dementia?. Next Avenue.
Adams NE. Are We Worrying About the ‘Right’ Retirement Risks?.
Alzheimer's Society. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC 2017). Latest news.
Alzheimer's Association - NYC Chapter. African-Americans in New York City are two times more likely than white Americans to have Alzheimer's disease.
Aging NCouncil on. Addressing the Nation's Retirement Crisis: The 80%.