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Featured Articles
The gray jobs enigma
By Steven Greenhouse, The New York Times


How seniors manage to adapt
By Judith Graham, The New York Times


Driverless cars promise seniors independence
Baby boomers may be the first group of seniors that doesn’t have to surrender its car keys.
By Philip Moeller, Money


Aging
50+: Live Better, Longer Newsfeed
By WebMD

Aging and Seniors Newsfeed

By Medical News Today

Aging News

By Kaiser Health News
The science of older and wiser
By Phyllis Korkkimarch,The New York Times 
Caregiving
Elder Care Newsfeed
By ScienceDaily

Elder Law
Notices 
On 3/21/14, the Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), announced a request for comments regarding Certification on Maintenance of Effort under Title III and Certification of Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program expenditures. Comments are due 5/20/14. FR15751

Estate Planning
Estate Planning Newsfeed
By Bart Scoville, PLC

2014 SLD Spring Meeting
Spring Meeting Flier Header
Join Division members and their families during the "Grand Teton Spring Fling" on June 4-7, 2014. Enjoy the beautiful outdoors and optional activities after Council and committee meetings.

Planned events include a Meet & Greet reception, dinner in the Mural Room overlooking the Grand Tetons, covered wagon rides to and from a BBQ dinner, and a day-long Yellowstone bus tour with lunch. Pre-registraion required.

View the meeting flier and download the registration form to pre-register for the meeting and to pay for social events by clicking the link here.

Health/Healthcare

Bounced from hospice
By Paula Span, The New York Times

DNA test detects colon cancer at higher rate, study finds
Cologuard aims to be alternative to other methods, but false positives raise concerns
By Joseph Walker, The Wall Street Journal

Easing epilepsy with battery power
By Catherine Saint Louis, The New York Times


How exercise can help you live longer
By Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times


How to exercise your eyes

By Krystle C., Jack Herrick, Tom Viren, et. al., Wiki How


Low vitamin D levels linked to disease in two big studies
By Anahad O’Connor, The New York Times

Most stroke signs unrecognized by most women
By Todd Neale, MedPage Today


Sick again? Why some colds won't go away
Some people get back-to-back colds, infected by a new virus
By Sumathi Reddy, The Wall Street Journal

Well Blog
By The New York Times

What to do when someone shows signs of sundown syndrome
By Laurie Udesky, caring.com

Medicare
Medicare Newsfeed
By Kaiser Health News

Proposed rules would offer more protection for seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage
By Susan Jaffe, The Washington Post

Retirement
Newsfeeds
Investopedia

The New York Times

USA Today 

California pushes to finish driverless car rules
DMV to write rules to regulate driverless cars before 2015.
The Associated Press, 
Source: USA Today

How driverless cars know how to drive
The trick is collecting and analyzing data so the vehicle understands everything going on around it
By Ucilia Wang, The Wall Street Journal


Pension plan tweek may alude most
By Eileen Ambrose, AARP


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