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November 2014

After the Fall Series
By Kate Hafner, The New York Times

Part I
Bracing for the falls of an aging nation

Part II
A tiny stumble, a life upended

What to do when you can’t read the fine print
By Michelle Andrews, The New York Times


"50+: Live Better, Longer" newsfeed
By WebMD

Aging and seniors newsfeed
By Medical News Today

Aging news
By Kaiser Health News

Bifocal, October 2014
ABA Commission on Law and Aging 


Elder care newsfeed
By ScienceDaily  

Seeing the ‘invisible patient’
By Jane Gross, The New York Times

Elder Law 

Presidential Actions
On 11/6/14, the Executive Office of the President announced a proclamation declaring November
as National Family Caregivers Month. FR65869

Cancer patients in hospice face less aggressive treatment: Study more health care strategies and costs seen for non-hospice patients at end of life
By Robert Preidt, HealthDay News

Estate Planning

Wills and estate planning news archives
By Julie Garber, About Money

Financial Tips for Seniors
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

26 ways to avoid getting sick this winter
Lalia Battis, Men's Health, Todays Health

Alzheimer’s test detects disease decade ahead of onset
By Megan Scudellar, Bloomberg News

Anxiety may speed up Alzheimer's onset in people with mild cognitive impairment
By Medical News Today

Decline in ability to perform daily tasks an increased risk for older women with breathing problems during sleep
By Medical News Today

Does Exercise Really Make Us Smarter?
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times

Diabetic neuropathy types: Symptoms tell the story
Mayo Clinic

Raising the bar on cancer treatment
By Envita Medical Center

Results mixed with home BP monitoring
By Salynn Boyles, MedPage Today

Think twice before choosing knee replacement
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times

Medicare newsfeed
By Kaiser Health News

Medicare policy changes rattle those who depend on communication device

By Halle Stockton, PublicSource, Pittsburg Post Gazette

Medicare proposes coverage of annual CT scan for people at high risk for lung cancer  
By The Denver Post

Most Medicare beneficiaries overspend on out-of-pocket costs
People don't understand their coverage and the choices they can make to maximize their benefits and minimize unnecessary spending
By Katy Votava, Investment News

Some seniors win Medicare exemptions for nursing-home coverage in pilot program
By Susan Jaffe, Kaiser Health News, reported byThe Washington Post

Investopedia Retirement Newsfeed

The New York Times Retirement Newsfeed  

USA Today Retirement Newsfeed   


Finding a retirement haven to suit you
By Ann Carrns, The New York Times

How big is the U.S. retirement crisis?
By Steve Vernon, Money Watch, CBS News

Keep your retirement accounts safe from cyberattacks 
By Robert Powell, MarketWatch  

Retiring abroad: Is paradise losing its luster?
By David Weldon, Think Advisor


Why self-driving cars will change retirement
Older adults who would otherwise be stuck at home may be early adopters
By Laura Hedli, The Wall Street Journal

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