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[Focus on an Advertiser] Brian Ades

Kimberly Gomez, Ledger Columnist
Apr 02, 2014

SILVER LAKE–Brian Ades, designated Seniors Real Estate Specialist at Sotheby’s International Real Estate, has a penchant for the story behind the iconic homes he represents. Understanding that real estate transactions are about people, Ades said he…

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Enjoying life makes older people more capable, study says

Mary MacVean
Feb 05, 2014

People who enjoy life maintain their ability to take care of themselves, and they walk faster than those who rate their lives as less enjoyable, scientists reported Monday.

Feelings of happiness and enjoyment – a.k.a. positive affective…

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Resources for those 'aging in place'

Shari Roan
Sep 09, 2013

Many government and private organizations offer information and assistance for seniors who want to remain in their own homes.

Supportive services programs for naturally occurring retirement communities (NORC):

* United Jewish Communities…

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NURTURING MEN / CHANGING PERSPECTIVES OF CARE-GIVING

Jon von Lingner
Jul 11, 2013

Never one to choose the easy path in life, I made the decision to become the primary care provider for my parents, and it was one of the most challenging choices I have ever made. In the spring of 1998, I was living in Los Angeles and working at NBC…

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Boomer Housemates Have More Fun

Julie Rovner
May 22, 2013

Today more than — that huge glut of people born between 1948 and 1964 — is unmarried. And those unmarried boomers are . As this vast generation rushes into retirement, there's a growing concern among experts on aging: Who will take care of all these…

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The Baby Boomer Retirement Crunch Begins

Emily Brandon
May 22, 2013

Many people age 65 and older are struggling to live off the amount they have saved for retirement.

The oldest baby boomers have already turned 65, and the older population of the U.S. is beginning to swell. The age-65-and-older population grew 18…

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The Best Life Gen X and Late Baby Boomers Face Bleak Retirements

Philip Moeller
May 22, 2013

Unless Gen Xers and late baby boomers are able to make big changes in their savings, spending and debt habits, they are on track to become the nation's first generations to fare more poorly than earlier groups of retirees, according to a new study…

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5 Ways Employees Should Prepare for the Workplace of the Future

Miriam Salpeter
May 22, 2013
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The Ripple Effect of Baby Boomer Retirement

Dave Bernard
Sep 03, 2012

The baby boomers have already begun to enter retirement age, and the decisions they make could have profound implications for the economy, health care system, and future generations of retirees. Today, approximately one in eight Americans is age 65…

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Working until 70 could ease retirement finances

Susan Tompor
Sep 03, 2012

Many Baby Boomers head to work each day and wonder, "So what's the number?"

How many more years do they need to keep working? It turns out that if many of us could just keep working until age 70, we could be OK in retirement, according to a new…

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CDC: Baby boomers should be tested for hepatitis C

eena Beasley
Sep 03, 2012

All baby boomers should be tested for the hepatitis C virus, U.S. health officials said on Thursday, citing studies suggesting more than 2 million Americans born between 1945 and 1965 may be infected with the liver-destroying virus.

Hepatitis C,…

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How Boomers' Generosity Hurts Their Retirement

Kimberly Palmer
Sep 03, 2012

As parents feel more pressure to support their children, their own financial stress grows

In a poignant scene in HBO's Girls, the parents of a young twentysomething living in New York inform her that they will no longer be giving her money every…

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6 Facts Baby Boomers Need to Know About Credit

Gary Foreman
Sep 03, 2012

From their first gas credit card after high school graduation to a financial world filled with rewards cards and penalty rates, baby boomers have seen the use of credit change dramatically in their lifetimes. And now they wonder how all these…

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10 ways to keep your mind sharp

Beth Howard, AARP The Magazine
Sep 03, 2012

Alzheimer’s isn’t inevitable. Many experts now believe you can prevent or at least delay dementia — even if you have a genetic predisposition. Reducing Alzheimer’s risk factors like obesity, diabetes, smoking and low physical activity by just 25…

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The Best Interview Tips For Older Job Seekers

Arnie Fertig
Aug 31, 2012

"I'm worried that the boss will hire someone far younger than me," is a statement often heard from older job hunters. In truth, chances are that younger candidates are in hot pursuit of that dream opportunity, and the issue of age in hiring…

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