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Anxiety/Depression Experiences Among U.S. Adults 50+ Differ by Gender
Examines communication with healthcare professionals regarding mental and emotional health and incidence of anxiety disorder and/or depression.
A Look at U.S. Black Men's Health
Most Black men in the U.S. age 50+ feel good about their health, but more preventive care and better lifestyle choices could mean even better health.
American's Satisfaction with U.S. Health Care Varies
The survey assessed the level of interest in learning from other countries about best practices and solutions to achieving healthy aging.
National Poll on Healthy Aging Reports
Sponsored by AARP and the University of Michigan, the National Poll on Healthy Aging (NPHA) is a recurring, nationally representative household survey.
Vaccine Hesitancy Among Midlife and Older Adults
Disease concern and health care provider recommendation are not enough to persuade some older adults to receive a vaccine.
COVID-19 Today: Older Adults Still Taking Precautions
Midlife and older adults remain mindful of COVID-19, and they continue to take precautions, but they are less concerned about getting infected.
Older Adults Could Do More to Prevent Hearing Loss
Most people over age 50 recognize the importance of hearing to overall health, but some don’t do all they can to protect themselves from hearing loss.
2022 Hunger Trends Among Adults 50-Plus
To deal with rising food prices, older adults are spending more money and buying cheaper brands.
Can I Pay My Health Care Costs?
Health care affordability, rising health insurance costs, and unexpected medical bills are a significant concern for older adults.