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An authority on Medicare and Prescription Part B, she is the writer of Ask Ms. Medicare and author of 'Medicare for Dummies'.
Top 10 Medicare Mistakes
What Will You Pay for Medicare in 2017?
Making the Leap From Obamacare to Medicare
'Medicare for Dummies' conveys the basics and where to find assistance to help you get the most out of Medicare
Elizabeth writes about keeping mind and body strong and sharp
Sex Helps Boost Brainpower
Slow Walking a Sign of Early Alzheimer’s
Soaring Prices Put Drugs out of Reach
Exercises Could Preserve Brain Health
Brain Health: What Helps, What Hurts
Top Doctors: How to Fix Health Care
How Exercise Affects the Brain and Improves Memory
Katherine writes about hearing loss for AARP
Tips for Learning Sign Language
Venus, Mars and Hearing Loss
New Study Reveals Reduction in Hearing Loss
Top Hearing Devices Rated
Too Old for a Cochlear Implant?
Are OTC Hearing Devices Better?
How's Your Hearing?
Use our health tools to check symptoms, control weight and identify pills
How healthy is your weight? Find out now by calculating your body mass index
Check out these creative approaches to preparing great food
Measure was enacted after a fierce battle
The Inflation Reduction Act and Your Health
Answers to common questions about the new law
How Medicare Rx Price Negotiations Will Work
When you could start to see savings
Big Changes Coming to Part D Plans
Law limits out-of-pocket drug costs
Drugmakers Face Penalties for Price Hikes
Law requires companies to provide rebates
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These everyday products have surged in price
Get your finances back on track with a free action plan
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How they offset Social Security gains
What to expect from omicron vaccines
Encryption gives you new options
How to find courts, lessons and more
What you need to know now
Smart, Keaton shine on red carpet
Our New Ad Campaign Shows What Lower Drug Prices Mean for Real People
AARP Opens our 52nd Fitness Park, in Washington, D.C.
California Governor Expands AARP-Backed Retirement Savings Program
Better Data, Transparency Would Improve Medicare Advantage
Returning to Work Is a Challenge for Caregivers
More Ways We Are Your Fierce Defender
See them before they arrive in the mail
The actress turns 62
A writer learns to trim these tiny trees
Actress won two Academy Awards
Denise Austin leads the session
Grownups made a fine showing
These shows, films prove her genius
Jamie Farr, Mike Farrell spill the secrets
What to know when the show returns
Find out what's really true
Make plans for care of your furry friend
Look for options at Create the Good
Visit the Virtual Community Center
Try our Medicare Resource Center
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