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Sunday, Aug 20, 2017

AP Senior Health

As region ages, service demands expected to rise

Only Florida, which has a huge number of retirees, and Maine have higher percentages of that age range population than West Virginia
Published: 08/19/17
Sanders plans to introduce

Sanders plans to introduce "Medicare for all" plan soon

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders says the solution to the country's health care crisis is to make Medicare available to all, a plan that he plans to introduce shortly after Congress reconvenes in September
Published: 08/15/17

Participants, volunteers sought for annual Alzheimer's walk

Organizers are seeking walkers and volunteers for an annual event that raises awareness and money for Alzheimer's care, support and research
Published: 08/13/17

'Seniors For Seniors' program catnip for the soul

Big Sky Ranch's 'Seniors For Seniors' Program Catnip For The Soul
Published: 08/12/17

1 dies after driver mistook pedals, hitting crowd in Sweden

Police in Sweden say an elderly woman has died after another woman accidentally backed into people outside a health center in southern Stockholm
Published: 08/09/17
Glen Campbell's public Alzheimer's battle set his legacy

Glen Campbell's public Alzheimer's battle set his legacy

After a superstar musical career, Glen Campbell's last performance on screen as he struggled with loss of memory was his most touching and poignant
Published: 08/09/17

Oklahoma aging services head joins Trump administration

Oklahoma's director of aging services is taking on a similar job at the federal level
Updated one month ago

Game wardens end search for priest, 85, missing for 2 weeks

Maine game wardens have suspended their search for a retired 85-year-old priest who's been missing for two weeks
Updated one month ago
Workplace accident death rate higher for older workers

Workplace accident death rate higher for older workers

AP Analysis: Older people dying on the job at a higher rate than workers overall, even as the rate of workplace fatalities decreases
Updated one month ago

Companies taking steps to keep older workers safe on the job

As the U.S. labor force ages, companies are taking steps to make workplaces safer for older people
Updated one month ago