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In 2020, the pandemic significantly limited social interaction, and technology became more important than ever for adults age 50-plus.
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Black people 50+ in South Carolina face significant disparities in the leading causes of morbidity and mortality, and in the social determinants of health.
Prescription drugs prices worry older American, and they want lawmakers to take action to make them more affordable.
COVID-19 has had a negative impact on older adults’ emotional well-being, but few seek help with mental health issues.
AARP study among family caregivers to quantify their out-of-pocket expenses and risks to financial security for caregiving.
Both health care professionals and patients harbor misperceptions about dementia, according to a recent AARP survey.
Video chat helped grandparents overcome social isolation during the pandemic and maintain a connection with their grandchildren.
LGBTQ organizations need to be more representative and inclusive of the Black LGBTQ community and to work towards their concerns.
Cutting Social Security and Medicare benefits to fix federal deficits is strongly opposed by 85% of older Americans.
Women need more information about perimenopause to feel empowered to advocate for themselves.
Black LGBTQ Community Study 2020/2021
Perimenopause Is More Than Hot Flashes: What Women Need to Know
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