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40% of U.S. Employees Plan to Delay Retirement

Forty percent of U.S. workers are planning to delay their retirement, according to a survey of nearly 9,100 employees. read more
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Senior Playgrounds Sprouting Up Worldwide

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Portuguese City Offers Summer Recreation for Seniors

This initiative assists 800 elderly subjects that attend 21 nonprofit senior institutions from the city of Matosinhos read more
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Do You Believe in Older Adults? (excerpt)

As professionals in the active aging field, our work revolves around the health and well-being of seniors, but are we collectively doing and believing enough? read more
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Ys Help Cancer Patients Find Strength Through Exercise

The Y started actively working with cancer survivors in organized programs more than three years ago. The not-for-profit has been helping cancer survivors understand the role of physical activity in their life. read more
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Asia Facing Osteoporosis Problem

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Designing Homes with Senior Residents in Mind

With surging numbers of older adults, developers are revolutionizing home designs so seniors can live more independently. read more
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Collaboration Shares Alzheimer's Research

The joint research study represents a new way of conducting research in which all of the data are publicly shared. A number of governmental, business, and nonprofits provided funding and partnered in the initiative. read more
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Risk of Dementia High for Stressed Midlifers

The risk of dementia was about 65% greater for women who reported stress in midlife as compared to those who did not, a study shows. read more
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Muscles Can Be Rebuilt Through Diet and Exercise

The BBC program Frontiers discusses surprising results from a large-scale study that shows elderly peoples’ muscles completely rebuilt through diet and exercise. read more
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