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Pressure to look young and beautiful is real for American women, but a new AARP survey shows that some are pushing back on those expectations as they age.
Three-quarters (76%) of older adults want Congress to expand paid leave for workers, including coverage for care of minor children and adults or friends.
Houston voters 50+ want 2023 mayoral candidates who will address crime and safety, economic challenges such as jobs and inflation, and rising utility costs.
AARP Vital Voices Research explores the needs and interests of the 45+ population across the states.
Women's views on their financial standing, security, and the future of American women 45-plus, as part of AARP Research's larger Vital Voices research.
Most older adults (59%) feel prepared for a natural disaster, but few use technology to help them prepare for and stay informed during an emergency.
Caregiving strains mental health, especially for women and young adults, but provides a sense of purpose. Coping involves self-care and formal support.
This study of U.S. adults ages 18-plus found that about one-fifth are familiar with clinical trials and about six in 10 say they would participate in one.
This study explored older adults' attitudes about hearing health and hearing loss and it's connection to brain health, dementia, and depression.
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