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Vaccine Acceptance: Older Adults Need Accurate Information

Older adults considering vaccinations need factual information from someone they trust.

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Fraud's New Currency: Gift Cards as Payment

Results from an AARP survey of U.S. adults to gauge the incidence of gift card payment scams, which have cost U.S. consumers $245 million since 2018.

Assessing the Needs of Small Business Owners

​Provides in-depth interviews with older small business owners to supplement business owner survey data collected by the New York Federal Reserve.

Views on Vaccines: Gender Makes a Difference

While most older adults say vaccines are safe, men and women have differing attitudes and actions related to vaccines.

Vaccine Acceptance: Older Adults Need Accurate Information

Older adults considering vaccinations need factual information from someone they trust.

Healthier Habits Alleviate Pandemic Stress

Balancing healthy and unhealthy habits can help alleviate pandemic-related stress.

Despite COVID-19 Concerns, Many Boomers Plan to Travel in 2021

Boomers who plan to travel in 2021 are most concerned about health and travel restrictions.

Encourage Retirement Savings, Say Texas Business Owners

Most Texas small business owners support steps to help residents to save for retirement, though the pandemic has affected their opinions.

Long-Term Care In Nursing Homes: AARP Survey of Florida Registered Voters 50+

Support for holding nursing homes accountable, funding adequate staffing, and ensuring quality care.

Pandemic’s Economic Pressures Pushing Generations Under One Roof

​AARP shares insights on why some people choose a multigenerational living arrangement.

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