Fitness Diva Wendy Ida Helps You Take Back Your Fabulous
With 75,000 followers on social media, this fitness trainer proves it's never too late to get in shape and take back your life.
Wearable Sleep Technology Helps People Rest Better
Devices help identify and address sleep problems in hopes of getting people to fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply and wake up feeling refreshed.
How New Battery-Free, and Focus Hearing Aids Work
About 1 in 5 Americans live with hearing loss, and that's why aids like Widex's batteryless and Cochlear's sound blocker devices are welcome news.
Flu Season is Here: Protect Yourself From Harmful Germs
Simple steps can help you win the battle against germs this flu season. Here’s how to strengthen your defenses to avoid getting sick.
Home Life Hacks for Caregivers
Make your home safer and more comfortable without turning it into a hospital by implementing these small changes to your couches, chairs, lamps and stairs.
Kitchen Life Hacks for Caregivers
Brighten up your kitchen and make it more accommodating to use with these easy tips.
Bathroom Life Hacks for Caregivers
These simple modifications make your bathroom more accessible to anyone with mobility challenges.
Where Do You Live? — AARP
Do you live in a rural area? Do you often travel overseas? Do you have a second home where you spend part of the year? Your answers could help you decide what Medicare coverage fits your lifestyle the best.
Hilary Swank, Blythe Danner on Learning From Each Other
In “What They Had," the two play a mother and daughter dealing with challenges of Alzheimer’s. They tell what they’ve learned as they’ve gotten older.
You Did It! The Fit & Fun Challenge 2018 — AARP
Thank you all for entering the 2018 Fit & Fun Challenge! It was a riotous success with over 70,000 walkers and over 95,000 daily walks. You found inspiration from your mothers, daughters, spouses, grandkids and even a couple of cute pups.
Tell Congress to Stand Up to Big Drug Companies — AARP
Americans pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world, while big drug companies rake in billions every year. Enough is enough.
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