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Millions Who Bought Insurance to Cover Retirement Health Costs Face an Awful Choice

January 18, 2018

Also included: Mick Mulvaney Puts all CFPB Operations Under Review, Labor Board Shakeup Could Centralize Control Over Cases, Home Care Agencies Often Wrongly Deny Medicare Help to the Chronically Ill, Alzheimer’s Association Launches Comprehensive Dementia Care Practice Recommendations, CMS Won’t Process Therapy Claims Without Medicare Extenders

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Can Training Improve Memory, Thinking Abilities in Older Adults With Cognitive Impairment?

January 17, 2018

Also included: Tech Trends Aim to Address Aging’s Grand Challenges, Self-Awareness Can Help Leaders More Than an MBA Can, Functionality, Usability Cited as Barriers to Adoption of Caregiver Digital Health Tools in AARP Report, Old Age Alone Not to Blame for Surgical Complications, $1 Million Prize for Alzheimer’s Disease Germ Announced by Dr. Leslie Norins on ALZgerm.org, House GOP…

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Trump Names Lawyer to Round Out Labor Board

January 16, 2018

Also included:  Maryland Will Require Businesses to Provide Paid Sick Leave, NIH’s All of Us Research Program Seeks Input on Research Priorities, Paul Ryan Says He Doesn’t Think the House Will Pass Social Security, Medicare Reform This Year, Employers Want Workers to Help Colleagues in Crisis, Getting to the Doctor Without a Car in Rural America

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Is Anxiety an Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease?

January 12, 2018

Also included: Should Job Descriptions Include Pay Data?, How to Have a Good Debate in a Meeting, Metabolic Syndrome Could Make It Harder for Older Adults to Respond to Antidepressant Therapy, Support Alzheimer’s Research with Purchase of Semipostal Stamp, One of the Most Promising Drugs for Alzheimer’s Disease Fails in Clinical Trials, Administration Officials, After Rejecting ACA Medicare Model, Adopt…

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For Senior Health, Trips to the ER Are Often a Tipping Point

January 11, 2018

Also included: 4 Ways to Help Employees Find Meaning at Work, Court Puts Pressure on EEOC to Revise Wellness Program Rules, Rep. Foxx Recognizes Value in Business, Education at Catawba Valley Community College, Light Activity Measured With Fitness Tracker Linked to Lower Mortality in Older Women, Severe Flu Season Tightens Its Grip on U.S.

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Senator Collins’ Bill to Support Family Caregivers Heads to President’s Desk to Be Signed into Law

January 10, 2018

Also included: Stand Out Above the Crowd with Industry Recognition, An Executive Director’s Keys to Navigating a Successful Community Renovation, HHS Nominee Azar Signals New Line of Attack on Drug Prices, Are Couples Who Choose to ‘Live Apart’ Tested When Partners Require Caregiving?, Study Highlights Importance of Detecting Childhood Abuse in Older Adults with Depression, Diabetes Linked to Cognitive Impairment,…

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Cross-Sector Collaborations Improve Care for Older Adults, Study Finds

January 9, 2018

Also included: Registration Now Open for the 2018 Public Policy Institute & Fly-In, Bill Would Clear Way for More Annuities in Retirement Plans, Exercise May Reduce Disability Even in Frail Seniors, Mediterranean Diet May Protect Older Adults from Becoming Frail, Alzheimer’s Brain Imaging Advances Show How Disease Spreads, Drug Industry Isn’t Giving Up on Alzheimer’s

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Millennials Flock to Nursing, Staving Off Shortage

January 8, 2018

Also included: Registration Now Open for the 2018 Public Policy Institute & Fly-In, Survey Examines Burnout of Nurses Caring for Actively Dying Care Recipients, Repeated Influenza Vaccination Helps Prevent Severe Flu in Older Adults, Pfizer Halts Development of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Drugs, Research Uses Music to Reach People With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Stopping Senior Fraud in Maryland

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KFF Briefing on ‘Serious Illness in Late Life’ Report

January 5, 2018

Also included: Stand Out Above the Crowd with Industry Recognition, Analyzing Labor Trends in a Dynamic Economy, How to Establish a Culture of Employee Engagement, Poor Dental Health Increases Risks of Frailty in Older Men, People With Dementia Often Need Hospitals, Which Are Often Ill-Prepared, AARP and NASAA Introduce New Online Tool for Interviewing Advisers, FINRA Releases FAQ on Senior Exploitation…

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Seniors Say Flu Shot a Must for Healthcare Staff

January 4, 2018

Also included: Confirmation Hearing for Trump’s Health Secretary Pick Scheduled for Next Week, How You Promote People Can Make or Break Company Culture, Male Nurses Explain Why Nursing Is a Job of the Future for Men, A Pioneering Doctor Tries to Give Older Adults Their Independence Back, Reverberations From War Complicate Vietnam Veterans’ End-Of-Life Care

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Gene Wilder’s Widow on What It’s Like to Care for Someone With Alzheimer’s

January 3, 2018

Also included: Contemporary Designs Take Senior Living to the Next Level, More Inclusive Membership Levels Available in 2018, Wellness Apps Becoming More Interconnected, Church Spurs Parishioners to Plan for Illness and Death, Dutch Develop Falling Courses for Older Adults, Diabetes Drug Holds Promise for Fighting Alzheimer’s, Combating Rising Drug Prices for Seniors

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Informal Caregiving Linked to Sleep Problems

January 2, 2018

Also included: Submit Your Nominations for the 2018 Argentum Awards Program, How to Prepare Your Workforce for Flu Season, Minimum Wage Hikes in 18 States Set for New Year, The New Reality of Employee Loyalty, To Help Others, One Couple Talks About Life With Early-Onset Alzheimer’s, HNW Caregivers Becoming Financial Coordinators

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