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Love is wonderful, but there may be a few practical questions to consider
The Stanford Center on Longevity and Society of Actuaries ran the numbers
A new report describes innovative programs other states could replicate
Tax reform will lead to 'entitlement reform,' this expert says
Affordable housing and health care must be planned for now
750,000 people paid a late enrollment penalty in 2014
Long-term care costs the federal programs do and don't pay for
The SCAN Foundation highlights efforts to boost care and support caregivers
During Medicare Open Enrollment, crooks take advantage of older adults
A new survey paints a bleak picture for infirm Americans who are 65+
As the retirement age increases, our health isn’t rising to the challenge
A financial adviser's open letter to Congress
A new investigation paints a harrowing picture of hospice patients left for dead
It's Open Enrollment time, so here's how to navigate the Medicare maze
Four states have set examples for others, a new AARP report says
The SCAN Foundation's person-centered proposals for 'dual eligibles'
Submit your questions about Medicare, Medicaid and long-term care
The rise of high-deductible health plans has changed this expert's view
Representative Payees keep tabs on Social Security retirement benefits
Health & Well-Being
POCD is a relatively unknown but common condition, especially among older adults
This special report includes storytelling, news and information about health care for older adults in rural areas
Our special series, Vitality Arts, shows the powerful effect that participating in the arts can have on our minds, bodies and souls. Look to this page for information, resources and inspiration that will help you age better through the arts and show that creativity has no age limit.