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Making the Leap From Obamacare to Medicare
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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
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Are OTC Hearing Devices Better?
How's Your Hearing?
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