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Giving Back: Attitudes and Behaviors Across the Lifespan

​Americans are redefining volunteerism and what it means to give back as they seek to make a difference in their communities.

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Utah Voters’ Views on State Tax Reform Proposals

Utah voters were asked about state tax reform proposals, including eliminating the tax on Social Security benefits.

Caregivers Face Shopping Challenges

Family caregivers face special challenges when they shop for their loved one, especially in bricks-and-mortar stores.

Vaccination Adoption Varies for Older Adults

Vaccination adoption varies among older adults for flu, pneumonia, Tdap, and shingles.

Brain Health and Dietary Supplements: Where’s the Evidence?

Survey of adults age 18 and older on their knowledge and use of vitamins and dietary supplements.

Prescription Drug Prices Are Too High, Say Older Adults

Prescription drug prices are too high, according to older adults. They want legislators to address this issue.

Yes to Paid Leave But Not at the Expense of Social Security, Say Older Voters

Should a payroll tax increase be used to fund paid leave or strengthen Social Security? Voters 50+ weigh in.

Many Americans Still Vulnerable to Spoofing

AARP survey shows Americans are not only "annoyed" by robocalls but vulnerable to robocall scams.

Grandparents Embrace Changing Attitudes and Technology

Grandparents represent a strong economic base with great spending power, but the fundamentals of grandparenting remain the same.

Giving Back: Attitudes and Behaviors Across the Lifespan

​Americans are redefining volunteerism and what it means to give back as they seek to make a difference in their communities.

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