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New Coronavirus Hot Spots Could Be Bad News for Hispanics

Many states in the South and West with surges in COVID-19 cases are home to large minority populations


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Listen to a Replay of Our Q&A on Latino Health and Finances

90-minute call-in was in English and Spanish

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Need Help? Discover AARP Community Connections

Website links volunteers with those in need


As States Start to Reopen, At-Risk Adults Told to Stay Home

Reduced restrictions aren't meant for everybody because vaccines, treatment remain unavailable

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19 Jobs You Can Do Without Leaving the Safety of Home

You can earn a living with these positions while you shelter in place with your family

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10 Things to Know About Federal Small Business Aid

Paycheck Protection Program can help. Plus what to do if you haven't heard from your bank

Information on Your State

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Find Food Help, Health Info Where You Live

Also includes the U.S. Virgin Islands

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How to Apply for Jobless Benefits

Phone numbers, websites you need

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Severe Cases More Likely in Some States

Age of residents, health are big factors

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Find Your State's Care Facility Ombudsman

For nursing homes and assisted living


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2 Latina Veterans Reflect on the Lessons They've Learned

Inspiring stories of good and bad times, sacrifice and public service in the armed forces

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The Gomez Family Discuss Pride, Race in the Military

Military service runs deep and spans multiple generations for this family

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Military Members Lost Millions to Fraud, Identity Theft in 2019

Losses surpassed $338 million in five years according to data from the Federal Trade Commission

Health and Insurance

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CDC Recommends Wearing Cloth Face Masks in Public

Experts stress handwashing and physical distancing are still crucial to slowing spread of coronavirus

People suffering from food insecurities line up to receive food donations along Northern Boulevard in the Queens neighborhood of New York, NY, May 20, 2020. Organized by food manufacter Goya and Mecenas (Mexican Cultural Expressions National Society), app

Per Capita, More Hispanics Have Succumbed to COVID-19

Studies show the heavy toll of coronavirus and its complications on minority communities

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Health Insurance Options After You've Gotten Laid Off

The best choice for you depends on premiums, coverage and provider networks

Connect With Us

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Join us in a new conversation about how we want to live as we age


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Chill Out at Home With Top Spas' Summer Recipes

Pleasing plates make a perfect warm-weather meal or pick your favorite for an á la carte treat

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The Pandemic Has Turned Birding Into a Cool Hobby

Why this lofty and affordable pastime has suddenly started booming. And how and where to enjoy it

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A Cut Flower Garden Delivers Bouquets to Your Home

Easy-to-grow blooms can decorate any space, brighten up your friends' days

Video Spotlight

Work Out in 10 Minutes: Learn a Zumba-Inspired Routine

Our series with Lorraine Ladish will get you moving

Latino family caregivers discuss their challenges

'You Start Doing It Without Getting Any Training’

AARP film chronicles Latino family caregivers

Work Out in 10 Minutes: Time for Some Low-Impact Cardio

Our series with Jorge Cruise will get you moving

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