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Disparities in State-Specific Adult Fruit and Vegetable Consumption — United States, 2015

November 20, 2017

Also included: Learn About 2018 Exhibit and Sponsor Opportunities, Scammers Are Stealing People’s Money Through a Scheme That Has Nothing to Do With Your Password, Study Claims U.S. Healthcare Not Prepared to Advance Emerging Alzheimer’s Therapies, New Brain Training Computer Game ‘Reduces the Risk of Dementia by a Third’, Getting Chores Done May Add Years to Your Life

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Older Americans Are Sicker, More Cash-Strapped for Health Than Seniors in Other Countries Despite Medicare

November 17, 2017

Also included: More Inclusive Membership Levels Announced for 2018, Managing the Biggest Community Expenses: Labor, Food & Energy , Cataract Surgery Tied to Lower Risk of Early Death for Older Women, Inside the Solitary Life of a Person With Alzheimer’s, The First Study to Find Brain Games Prevent Dementia Shows Why Statistics Don’t Tell the Whole Story, Foreclosures on…

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Older Americans Want to Work — So Why Aren’t They?

November 16, 2017

Also included: Heart Attack Survivors at Risk of Later Dementia, For the First Time Ever, Scientists Boosted Human Memory With a Brain Implant, Seniors Cost-Conscious About Internet and Groceries, but Not Medicare Coverage

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Study Finds Lack of Preparation for Coping With Alzheimer’s

November 15, 2017

Also included: Read About the 2017 Largest Providers in Senior Living, Four States Awarded First-Ever Pacesetter Prize for Improvements in Long-Term Services and Supports, Michigan Governor Signs Bill Making Home for the Aged (HFA) Revisions, The Secret to Long Life May Lurk in the DNA of the Oldest Among Us, Cognitive Training Enhanced Innovative Thinking and Brain Networks in…

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President Announces Health and Human Services Secretary Nominee

November 14, 2017

Also included: More Inclusive Membership Levels Announced for 2018, UTA’s Emotional Robotics Living Lab to Focus on Robots as Companions/Caregivers, Under New Guidelines, Millions More Americans Will Need to Lower Blood Pressure, Threefold Increased Stroke Risk Tied to Certain Antipsychotics, HIV Treatment May Prevent Cognitive Decline

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Bill Gates Commits $100 Million for Fund, Startups, to Fight Alzheimer’s

November 13, 2017

Also included: Hospital Penalty for Readmissions Leads to Fewer Return Visits but Higher Rates of Death, Study Finds, New Shingles Vaccine Shows Promising Results for Older Adults, Smog May Harm Bones in Older Adults, Study Suggests, U.S. Could Learn From Developing Countries About Helping Older Adults, The U.S. Postal Service Is Taking on Alzheimer’s With a New Stamp

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Study Finds Older Adults Can Benefit From Digital Therapy

November 10, 2017

Also included: HELP Program for Older Adults May Reduce Rehospitalization Rates, Overweight Older Adults Who Survive Cardiac Surgery May Have Higher Risk for Poor Functioning, Talk to Seniors About Elevated Amyloid PET Results, Why Mushrooms May Be the Best Food to Help Fight Aging, Repeal of Individual Mandate Would Increase Uninsured, Premiums: CBO

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Legislation Would Help With Locating Missing People With Alzheimer’s

November 9, 2017

Also included: What Is ‘Carried Interest’ and Why It Matters in the New GOP Tax Bill, Senate Confirms Trump Nominee for NLRB General Counsel, Efforts Are Needed to Study Senior Abuse Among Veterans, Study Reveals Poor Heart Health Directly Affects the Brain’s Memory Center, For Active Seniors, Cohousing Offers a Cozier Alternative to Downsizing

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Repeal of Medical Deduction Prompts Tax Bill Pushback

November 8, 2017

Also included: ‘Financial Caregiving’ Is Widespread and Expensive, Predicted Retirement Wave of Baby Boomer Nurses Has Hit, Fortune Magazine to Publish ‘Best Workplaces in Aging Services’ List, Adding Other Therapy to Exercise May Be Best for Fall Prevention for Older Adults, Are Women More Vulnerable to Alzheimer’s Disease Than Men?

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Argentum Co-Signs Letter Urging House to Protect the Medical Expense Deduction for Seniors

November 7, 2017

Also included: Bipartisan Bill Pushes for the ‘Next Step’ in Solving Alzheimer’s, To Fight Opioid Crisis, Florida’s Largest Insurer Stops Covering OxyContin, How Employers Can Better Support the Caregivers in Their Workforces, Higher Brain Glucose Levels May Mean More Severe Alzheimer’s, Majority of Americans Have Astounding Knowledge Gap About Alzheimer’s and Caregiving

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Getting Rid of the Negative Stereotypes — and Biases — About Aging

November 6, 2017

Also included: Healthy Brain Structures May Prevent Development of Alzheimer’s Disease, Infusions of Young Blood Tested in People With Dementia, Nutrient Drink Fails to Aid Cognition in Early Alzheimer’s, Scientists Discover Where Alzheimer’s Begins in the Brain, Prompting Hope of Earlier Diagnosis and Treatment, GOP Tax Bill Threatens Plans for People With Alzheimer’s

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Should People With Dementia Be Able to Decline Spoon-Feeding?

November 3, 2017

Also included: Calling Speakers, Volunteers & Thought Leaders: Engage with Argentum and Elevate the Senior Living Industry, Attention to Other Points of View ‘Declines With Age’, Brain Training Games May Help Older Adults With Hearing Loss, SoCal Tablet Startup Partners With Lyft to Help Seniors Hail Rides, Can Inflammation Really Lead to Dementia? Doctor Says Don’t Panic, GOP Tax Bill Would…

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