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Health Disparities Among Older Adults in the District of Columbia
The AARP District of Columbia Health Disparities Survey found that older DC residents east and west of the Anacostia River face stark health disparities.
Meditation is a Well-Known Practice, but Few Regularly Engage
A recent AARP survey revealed that while most (63%) adults 50-plus are familiar with the practice of meditation, less than half (44%) ever meditate.
Big Concern Over Prescription Drug Prices, Less Awareness of New Law
Older adults are concerned about high prescription drug prices, but few know about the new law enacted in 2022 to bring down drug prices for consumers.
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.
Risks and Concerns Regarding Traumatic Brain Injury
A new AARP Research survey among adults 18-plus explores their familiarity and experiences with traumatic brain injury. Adults 65-plus are at greatest risk.
Vision Changes as We Age, and Most Adults 50+ Adapt
Older adults are exercising caution when driving at night, according to an AARP survey, and they are adapting as their vision changes with age.
Adults 50+ Rate Their Primary Health Care Providers Highly
Most adults 50-plus are satisfied with their primary health care provider, according to a new AARP survey. Satisfaction is even higher among people 65-plus.
Doctors, Specialists, and Medical Facilities Are Overpaid, Say Many Older Adults
Many U.S. adults age 50+ think doctors and medical facilities are overpaid and first responders and nurses are underpaid, found a recent AARP survey.
The Brain Health–Hearing Connection: Public Needs and Opportunities
This study explored older adults' attitudes about hearing health and hearing loss and it's connection to brain health, dementia, and depression.
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