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AARP Bulletin


Inside the Minds of Super Agers

Some people in their 80s and 90s show shockingly little decline in their brainpower


Editors' Picks

Will Medicare Survive the Medicare Advantage Boom?

Enrollees opt for the private insurance alternative

Are You Addicted to Junk Food?

Here’s how it's affecting your brain and body

Behind the Effort to Fix America's Caregiving System

Support is needed for family caregivers

Your Money

How to Beat Fast Changing Prices

Companies can raise prices quickly

New Programs Help You Work Off Property Tax Liens

Work for property tax relief programs gain popularity

What To Do when Cash Isn't Accepted

Why some businesses no longer accept cash


Hot Topics

How Older Adults Are Changing America

Why it's happening and what it means for the future



Can Vaccinations Save Your Brain?

There’s growing evidence that getting your shots can lower dementia risk


America's War on Heart Disease

75 years after it started, we’re losing the battle against our number 1 killer. Here’s why and what will help


Is ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ a Better Way to Shop?

A variation on layaway offers convenience with a catch


4 Steps to Change Your Email Address

Plan so you don’t lose your contacts — and a good chunk of your history






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