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When should you get your annual flu shot? AARP has advice for you.

Is a Little Drinking Really so Bad? 

Getting to the bottom of how much you can safely knock back, according to lots of new studies 

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What's Raising Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease?

From better diet choices to addressing isolation, there are potential triggers you can take action on now

AARP Initiative Highlights Innovations in Aging Policy

Research details how 10 nations are preparing for a world that will include 1 billion people over age 65

What Should You Do When Good Discs Go Bad?

After a certain age, degenerating discs are a common problem — though a sometimes perplexing one

Device Shows Promise for Heart-Failure Patients

2 million Americans with cardiac problems involving leaky valves stand to benefit

Intervention Cuts Chances of Falling Among Older Adults

Education and guidance are key to preventing fall-related hospitalization for those at risk

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Regular Fasting May Lead to Longer Life

Study of mice shows promise for adjustments in human food-consumption patterns 

Sticking With One Doctor Can Improve Longevity

Continuity of care results in greater patient satisfaction and fewer emergency room visits

Tennis Ranks Highest Among Exercises for Living Longer

A study finds the best sports and workouts that can extend your life 


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