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Don’t Ignore the Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Don’t Ignore the Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Don’t Ignore the Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Are you struggling with persistent joint pain and worried that it might be something more serious? You’re not alone. Joint pain can be a sign of rheumatoid arthritis, a common condition that affects 1.5 million Americans.

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Are you struggling with persistent joint pain and worried that it might be something more serious? You’re not alone. Joint pain can be a sign of rheumatoid arthritis, a common condition that affects 1.5 million Americans.

by Staff Writers
Hard Truths About High Blood Pressure Risks
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Hard Truths About High Blood Pressure Risks

Hard Truths About High Blood Pressure Risks
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You’re probably aware that high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can be dangerous, increasing your risk for heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye problems, and heart failure. But what exactly causes high blood pressure in older adults? And why does it increase with age?

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You’re probably aware that high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can be dangerous, increasing your risk for heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye problems, and heart failure. But what exactly causes high blood pressure in older adults? And why does it increase with age?

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How to Prepare for a Doctor's Appointment
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How to Prepare for a Doctor's Appointment

How to Prepare for a Doctor's Appointment
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A basic plan can help you make the most of your appointment whether you are starting with a new doctor or continuing with the doctor you’ve seen for years. The following tips will make it easier for you and your doctor to cover everything you need to talk about.

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A basic plan can help you make the most of your appointment whether you are starting with a new doctor or continuing with the doctor you’ve seen for years. The following tips will make it easier for you and your doctor to cover everything you need to talk about.

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Companies Pioneer 'Employee Resource Groups' to Support Older Workers
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Companies Pioneer 'Employee Resource Groups' to Support Older Workers

Companies Pioneer 'Employee Resource Groups' to Support Older Workers
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While ERGs have long played an important role in mitigating discrimination on the basis of race, gender and sexuality, only recently have they begun to engage with another, less-talked-about type of discrimination: ageism. 

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While ERGs have long played an important role in mitigating discrimination on the basis of race, gender and sexuality, only recently have they begun to engage with another, less-talked-about type of discrimination: ageism. 

by Staff Writers
Medicare Enrollment While Still Working? Here’s How It’s Done
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Medicare Enrollment While Still Working? Here’s How It’s Done

Medicare Enrollment While Still Working? Here’s How It’s Done
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More older Americans are working after age 65 than ever before. Some do it for financial reasons. The added income helps defray health care and other living expenses. Others do it for social and intellectual benefits. Regardless of why you may decide to continue working past age 65, you can receive Medicare benefits while you’re still working. Here’s how Medicare works when you’re not retired.

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More older Americans are working after age 65 than ever before. Some do it for financial reasons. The added income helps defray health care and other living expenses. Others do it for social and intellectual benefits. Regardless of why you may decide to continue working past age 65, you can receive Medicare benefits while you’re still working. Here’s how Medicare works when you’re not retired.

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