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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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T.H.E. Journal
January 2004
Annamaria DiGiorgio
EarthLink Program Bridges the Generation Gap With Technology GenerationLink by EarthLink connects high school students with senior citizens from the community who want to take part in technology. mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
This Old House
Roseann Henry
Can You See Me Now? We asked for a lesson in how to light a home for aging parents -- and we got a wakeup call about our own eyesight. For anyone over fifty, the most important thing in lighting design is safety. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
December 22, 2003
Howard Gleckman
Seniors' Big Drug Problem Misusing medications is a leading cause of death among the elderly. mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
Science News
November 22, 2003
Janet Raloff
A Forget-Me-Not Dietary Supplement? There may be hope for people with middle-age forgetfulness yet. Last week, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported tantalizing animal data suggesting that a dietary supplement can substantially preserve an aging brain's dexterity. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
This Old House
Roseann Henry
6 Ideas for Elder-Friendly Design Smart ways to update a home for the not-so-young mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Managed Care
September 2003
Medicare+Choice expenses increasing for enrollees Those who argue that Medicare and managed care don't mix well have new data to take to the fight. A Commonwealth Fund report states that the average out-of-pocket costs for Medicare+Choice enrollees soared 10 percent this year. mark for My Articles 229 similar articles
Home Toys
October 2003
Dewsbury et al.
Electronic Assistive Technology Smart homes can help elderly people live better. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
September 22, 2003
Jack Ewing
Germany: Revolt of the Young They're balking at the prospect of shouldering the financial burden of a fast-growing cohort of retirees. mark for My Articles 192 similar articles
American Family Physician
April 15, 2003
Van Hook et al.
Ambulatory Devices for Chronic Gait Disorders in the Elderly Gait disorders in the elderly are common and in most cases cannot be treated medically or surgically. Therefore, treatment often relies on ambulatory devices such as canes, crutches, and walkers. Before selecting a device, the patient should be evaluated carefully. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
March 19, 2003
Rick Reilly
Pool Shark Jim Eubank of Oceanside, Calif., broke the 85-to-89-age-group swimming world record in the 800-meter freestyle by more than 14 seconds and set two other records besides. Turns out he's one of the coolest men I'd ever come across. Heroic. Classy. Brave. Buffed. Wise. Kind. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
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