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A majority of workers in their 40s believe age discrimination is common, yet few are aware that they are federally protected.
Large majorities consider vision and ocular health important for themselves, their friends and family, and older adults.
Delirium is a complication from a hospitalization or surgical procedures, but adults age 50-plus are largely unfamiliar with it.
AARP commissioned a national survey of adults ages 18 and older to better understand Americans’ experiences with impostor scams.
Most Texas small business owners think more should be done to encourage Texas residents to save for retirement.
A survey among midlife Americans to gauge the extent to which they provide financial support to older parents and adult children.
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