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Retirees Are Less Confident About Having Enough to Live On

April 24, 2018

Also included: See What’s New at the Senior Living Expo, Colorado Board of Health Approves Revised ALR Licensure Rules, Caregivers Can Help Assess Whether Older Adults Are Dealing With Delirium, Upswings in Older-Age Cognitive Ability May Not Be Universal, CMMI Issues Call for Ideas on Direct Provider Contracting, Studies Focus on the Unique Challenges Facing…

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Opioid Use Linked to Increased Risk of Falls, Death in Older Adults

April 23, 2018

Also included: HHS Secretary Alex Azar Names Former MDWise CEO James Parker to Health Reform Post, Tech That Enables a More Diverse Talent Pool, Study Explores Crash Risk Among Older Drivers, CBS Follows a Couple from Diagnosis to the Final Stages of Alzheimer’s, Trump Plan Would Cut Back Healthcare Protections for Transgender People

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’60 Minutes’ to Air Unprecedented Video Study on the Progression of Alzheimer’s

April 20, 2018

Also included; Find & Post Jobs in Argentum’s Senior Living Career Center, How Can Medical Marijuana Benefit Older Adults?, Dementia Diagnosis Linked to Unnecessary Medication Use, Mounting Toll of Alzheimer’s in Lives, Dollars in San Diego Spelled Out in Reports, Democrats Move to Allow More People to Buy Medicare

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Vast Majority of Senior Financial Abuse by Guardians Can Be Prevented, Experts Tell Senate

April 19, 2018

Also included: Deadline Extended: Register for the Spring Testing Window of the CDAL Exam Through May 17, An Advanced and Comprehensive Curriculum for CDAL Candidates, Can Training Eliminate Biases? Starbucks Will Test the Thesis, New Evidence That Low Employee Turnover Correlates With High Profits, Why Asking About Current Pay Is the New Taboo for Prospective Employers, OAM18 Social Media Graphics, New…

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Older Adults May Not Need Vitamin D to Prevent Falls and Fractures

April 18, 2018

Earn CEUs at the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference in May, OPM Needs Contingency Plan for Long-Term Care Insurance, Slower Healthcare Employment Growth Is Necessary to Curb Costs, Researchers Say, Lingering Feelings Over Daily Stresses May Impact Long-Term Health, ‘Still Dreaming’ Shines a Spotlight on Creative Aging, Silverado Respite Care Guest Hosts Book Signing

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Barbara Bush’s End-of-Life Decision Stirs Debate Over ‘Comfort Care’

April 17, 2018

Also included: TODAY Marks Deadline to Register for the Spring Testing Window of the CDAL Exam, Facing Historic Labor Shortages, Companies Snap Up Teenagers, Baltimore City Officials Announce Citywide Falls Prevention Strategy for Older Adults, Volunteering Two Hours Per Week Reduces Loneliness in Widowed Older Adults, In New Anthology, Experts Look to Future for Managing…

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Cliches About Only Being as Old as You Feel Are Starting to Have Scientific Backing

April 16, 2018

Also included: Tomorrow Marks Deadline to Register for the Spring Testing Window of the CDAL Exam, Employees Jump at Genetic Testing. Is That a Good Thing?, In Daytime Discos, South Korea’s Seniors Find Escape From Anxiety, Education Can Hold Off Dementia, New USC-Led Study Finds, Baby Boomers Unprepared and ‘Unretiring’, Former TSP Chairman Nominated to Lead Social Security

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Could Smell Be the Key to Unlocking Memories for People With Dementia?

April 13, 2018

Also included: Guidance Offered for Improving Mental Health in Workplace, Emergency Physician Honored for Research to Combat Abuse of Older Adults, Sitting Too Much Affects Brain Thickness, Study Finds, Report Identifies Seven Ways to Prevent Dementia, Tough Times Can Leave Their Mark on the Older Brain

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Food Delivery Programs May Reduce Senior Healthcare Costs

April 12, 2018

Also included: 3 Reasons to Nurture Employee Strengths, Senate Confirms Ring to NLRB, Brain Combats Dementia by Shifting Resources, Living With Early-Onset Alzheimer’s, New Alzheimer’s Definition and the Clinician, What We Know and Don’t Know About Memory Loss After Surgery

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Is There Such a Thing as Normal Aging?

April 11, 2018

Also included: Alzheimer’s Experts Join Exciting Argentum Mainstage Speaker Lineup, Congress Prepares for Week of Opioid Hearings, HDHPs, Wellness Programs Losing Luster as Employee Health Care Remedies, Impact of Medicare Annual Wellness Visit on Detection of Cognitive Impairment Is Minimal, Researchers Fix Alzheimer’s Gene, Traumatic Brain Injuries Are Tied to Dementia, Medicare Spending to Climb 7 Percent Each Year After 2018 —…

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Can You Hear Me Now? Senate Bill on Hearing Aids May Make the Answer ‘Yes’

April 10, 2018

Also included: One Week Remains to Register for the Spring Testing Window of the CDAL Exam, More Migrant Workers Needed to Offset Aging Population, Says IMF, Caregiving Costs for Heart Disease and Stroke Survivors Projected to Soar to $128 Billion by 2035, Designing for Older Adults, Students Use ‘Human-Centered’ Approach, Taking Trips That Mean Something, New Way of Defining Alzheimer’s…

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Why Americans’ Life Expectancy Is Getting Longer

April 9, 2018

Also included: Airbnb, Coca-Cola Marketing Exec to Address Power of Purpose at Argentum Conference, 4 Reasons Fewer Employees Are Engaged in Sustainability, and What to Do About It, Exercise Cuts Heart Risks, Regardless of Your Genes, Anti-Epileptic Drugs Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Medicare Doesn’t Equal Dental Care. That Can Be a Big Problem., The Disappearing Doctor: How Mega-Mergers Are…

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