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New Congress begins slowly, but seniors’ priorities remain on the docket

As the partial government shutdown extends into a fourth week and becomes the longest one on record, we continue to monitor the effects on benefits and services that older adults rely on.

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What’s New for Medicare in 2019

Medicare changes every year. Here’s what you should expect in 2019.

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Grandparents Who Care: When Grands Provide Child Care

Data show that grandparents in the U.S. care for almost one out of four children under age five on a regular basis. Explore what has changed and what hasn’t when it comes to grandparenting.

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6 ways to stay physically active in winter

Exercising during the winter months can be challenging as temperatures drop, roads and sidewalks are slippery, and storms prevent outdoor activities. Here are 6 resources to help you find ways to keep active this season.

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How the Midterm Elections Will Affect Aging Policy

The results of the 2018 midterm elections will have significant implications on the nation’s public policy agenda over the next two years.

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