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Travers M. Psychological Research Says Wealth Is Created By Chasing Positive Emotions, Not Money Alone.
Chan N. Probing the Link Between Chronic Pain and Cognitive Impairment.
Hudomiet P. Prevalence of Dementia Is Declining Among Older Americans; Inequalities Reduced but Still Persist.
Kennedy S. Predictive Models Flag Need for Nursing Home Care in Dementia Patients.
Nye J. Prediction Model for Mortality May Inform Dementia Treatment in Older Adults.
Stulick A. Predicting Nursing Home Care for Dementia Patients Is Possible With Models .
Rouse L. The Power Of Optimism In Older Age.
Cohen MA, Tavares J. Poorer and minority older adults are suspicious of the US health care system – a new study shows why.
Boggs W. Physical inactivity linked to loss of independence. Reuters Health.
Bradford H. Phased retirement programs still rare, GAO finds. Online.
Ventiera S. Pet Ownership May Delay Cognitive Decline in Older Adults.
Berger S. Persistent Low Wages Linked to Faster Memory Decline in Later Life.
Nye J. Perceived Control During the COVID-19 Pandemic Depends on Personality Traits.
Williams B. People with Weak Muscles Are More Likely to Die Early, Says Study.
Dee JE. People who think positively about aging are more likely to recover memory.
Citroner G. People Who Survive Cancer May Be Less Likely to Develop Alzheimer’s. Healthline.
McCarthy M. Penn study: Black older Americans age faster than white counterparts, related to structural inequalities.
Cunningham S. Patterns of depressive symptoms over 16 years with incident dementia.
Eastabrook D. Patients with dementia receive less home health, hospice at end of life.
Thomas T. Past obesity can have lasting effects on mental health, study finds.
Dewan P. Partners May Live Longer When They Drink Together.
Mseka A. Panel examines COVID-19 impact on retirement expectations.