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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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American Family Physician
March 1, 2003
Memory Loss Why am I losing my memory?... Where Can I Get More Information?... Memory Problems that Are Not Part of Normal Aging... What about when I know a word but cannot recall it?... How can I tell if my memory problems are serious?... etc. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
February 18, 2003
Wendy McElroy
Elder Abuse Demands Family Solutions The expanding senior population seems to be accompanied by a rise in elder abuse. More laws are not the best fix. mark for My Articles 193 similar articles
Fast Company
January 2003
Bill Breen
Can Take Good Care Make Hip Replacements Hip? As baby-boomers inexorably -- and oh-so-unwillingly -- head for the geriatrics ward, they intend to make aging a deeply cool event. At least that's what Take Good Care's CEO Joyce Greenberg is betting on. Whether she hits the jackpot is still very much in doubt. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Managed Care
August 2002
Interview: Richard D. Lamm The former three-time governor of Colorado, who is a senior citizen, says that older Americans need to make sacrifices for the generations to come. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Managed Care
April 2002
Frank Diamond
Medicare+Choice: Uncertain Future for Unstable Program While policy makers haggle over President Bush's budget request for the system, an ominous question looms: Can money solve all the problems? mark for My Articles 575 similar articles
Managed Care
April 2002
John A. Marcille
Nobody Wants M+C To Die, So Why Can't We Make It Work? Money alone can't solve all of Medicare+Choice's woes, and structural problems will need to be addressed... mark for My Articles 233 similar articles
Managed Care
April 2002
How Much Of a Discount Do Cards Offer? Pharmaceutical and chain drug store industry insiders say that the Bush administration's push to provide prescription drugs to the low-income elderly lacks important ingredients: details and money... mark for My Articles 159 similar articles
American Family Physician
February 1, 2002
Exercise for the Elderly Is it safe for me to exercise?... How do I get started?... What type of exercise should I do?... When should I call my doctor?... What are some specific exercises I can do?... mark for My Articles 609 similar articles
Fast Company
February 2002
Chuck Salter
(Not) the Same Old Story Eden Alternative is a change-minded organization determined to save a critically ill patient: long-term care for the elderly. The nursing-home industry should be about living, argues founder Bill Thomas, not about dying. Here's his prescription -- and lessons for changing any industry... mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
November 2001
Cynthia Fox
Technogenarians The pioneers of pervasive computing aren't getting any younger. One has created the world's most technologically advanced old-age home, a model of what is being termed gerontechnology. .. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
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