The Nationals showed that a multigenerational team brings out the best in everyone and that experience does matter, as they won the nation’s capital’s first World Series championship since 1924.
Lots of people go online to research the perfect vacation and fraudsters know it. Here are 5 ways to make sure the vacation you booked via the internet will actually happen.
Here are some top tips for taking your own blood pressure readings, including why you should monitor your own blood pressure at home and why you should invest in a high-end monitor.
The deadliest wildfire in California history practically wiped the town of Paradise, California, off the map on Nov. 8, 2018. AARP follows residents of Paradise as they rebuild their community one year later.
For people approaching retirement, the money required might be a source of panic. But a true retirement number is different for everyone.
What You Should Know About Long-Term Care Insurance
Paying for in-home care or a nursing home can be pricey. Here are some tips to help you determine whether long-term care insurance is right for you.
The Oak Ridge Boys Warn You to Beware of Scams
Country music’s Oak Ridge Boys have partnered with AARP's Fraud Watch Network and the Department of Justice in a new public service announcement to alert consumers about scams and resources available through our Fraud Resource Center.
5 Ways to Avoid Census Scams
Even though the Census Bureau does a national head count every 10 years, scammers know small surveys happen during off years, too, and they are hoping to steal your personal information.
How to Lower Blood Pressure
Blood pressure climbs as you age; here are a few ways to keep it in check.
Foods That Help Get Rid of Acid Reflux
Eat these acid-fighting foods to relieve heartburn and indigestion the natural way.
How to Lose Weight After 50
Losing weight gets tougher for many of us as we get older. Here are some ways to slim down.
Daymond John Helps AARP Award $10,000 for Tech Innovation
The winner of the first-ever AARP Innovator in Aging Award was announced live on “Good Morning America.”
Eugenio Derbez, an “Overnight” Success
AARP sat down with Mexican actor and producer Eugenio Derbez, 2019 winner of the AARP-sponsored Hispanic Heritage Award for Film.
A Teacher’s Choice: Rationing Rx
Diane was supposed to retire but faces high prices for her asthma medications. Her message to Congress? It’s time to act.
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In today’s “AARP Minute,” the CDC shares tips to help protect yourself from superbugs, eight animals are honored for their service to the country.
The AARP Minute: November 14, 2019
In today’s “AARP Minute,” a new report shows 41 million at-home caregivers go unpaid, skipping breakfast can put you at risk for diabetes.
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Scams Veterans Need to Watch Out For
Whether it's a discount on a rental property or asking for money in exchange for your military records, criminals are finding ways to scam veterans.
Help AARP Foundation End Senior Poverty for Good
1 in 7 seniors live in poverty and more than 10 million face the threat of hunger. Help us provide resources to our nation's most vulnerable seniors.
Senior Hunger is a Crisis, Help Seniors in Need
About 1 in 3 seniors eat less or skip a meal because they can't afford it. AARP Foundation is working to provide relief. Are you with us?
The AARP Minute: November 13, 2019
In today’s “AARP Minute,” skin cancer rates for those under 30 fall, looming senior housing glut.
From Mechanic to Medical Doctor- Changing Careers at 47
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The AARP Minute: November 12, 2019
In today’s “AARP Minute,” record-breaking low temperatures pose health hazards, deaths from heart disease are on the rise.