Nasty Things To Throw Away - AARP
Germs and bacteria are hiding in plain sight in items that you use everyday. Before they take over and make you sick, here is AARP's list of the nastiest things you should toss out immediately!
No Way They’re 70-Plus!
Yes, way! Take a look at Raquel Welch, Swoosie Kurtz, Patrick Stewart and more.
Still Crazy — for Each Other — After All These Years - AARP
These star couples, all 50+, put one another first to make their romance last.
Is It Safe to Split That Pill - AARP
Avoid a medication mix-up. Use our pill identifier tool to identify pills by color, shape and markings.
Skateboard Mom and The Sisters of Shred - AARP
Watch Barbara Odanaka take on her passion full-time and inspire other women - The Sisters of Shred - in California to do the same.
Trying out MagZip’s Magnetic Clasp Zipper - AARP
The MagZip has built-in magnets that automatically come together and lock in place, helping people at both ends of the spectrum — and everybody in between.
28-year-old wants to ‘grasp at every moment’ while caring for mom - AARP
Twenty-eight-year-old Hannah Roberts is taking a year off of medical school to care for her mother, Karla Johnson, who was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer last spring
Alzheimer's Choir - AARP the Magazine
Music can improve the mood of those who suffer from Alzheimer's and boost cognitive skills.
Ricky & Doris: An Unconventional Friendship in New York City. With Puppets! - AARP
Ricky Syers is an off-beat 50 year old street performer who found his calling as a puppeteer. While performing in New York City’s Washington Square Park, he met Doris Diether, an 86 year old community activist
Family Caregiving Series: What to Do When Someone Falls - AARP
Immediate safety steps to take for when someone falls.
Ken Takeya Balances Caregiving and Education - AARP
From his home in Kailua, Hawaii, Ken Takeya, 71, cares for his wife of 48 years who is living with dementia
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