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Grandparents represent a strong economic and demographic base with great spending power, but the fundamentals of grandparenting remain the same.
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A new study on adult friendships finds that having friends of a different generation brings unique benefits.
Most small employers believe that supporting family caregiving is the right thing to do, but few offer paid leave.
AARP survey of adults age 18 and older about their thoughts and opinions on end of life issues.
New poll finds many adults make annual savings goals but few feel prepared for shouldering retirement costs.
This AARP poll on traveling with confidence shows older travelers may be unaware of potential pitfalls in planning and booking travel.
Grandparents represent a strong economic base with great spending power, but the fundamentals of grandparenting remain the same.
AARP asked voters ages 50+ about their experience with prescription drugs and their opinions on proposals for reducing drug costs.
Survey of U.S. adults ages 45 and older focused on attitudes and behaviors related to hearing and hearing health.
AARP conducts these state-based surveys of caregivers to gain understanding of caregiving responsibilities, experiences, and stressors.
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