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Brains and Losses

Age of fraud: Are seniors more vulnerable to financial scams?

by David Brancaccio May 16, 2019
Changes to the brain make seniors prime targets for financial fraud.
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Brains and Losses

If you’re worried about scams, change your password

by Sasa Woodruff May 16, 2019
Best practices for staying safe online.
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How are you managing your retirement fund?

by Erika Beras May 10, 2019
Tell us what you're doing with your retirement savings.
401kcalculator.org

Remodeling booms as housing stock ages

by Amy Scott Mar 14, 2019
Spending on home improvement has increased by 50 percent since the recession.
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Japan’s prisons are holding more older inmates

by Ed Butler Feb 5, 2019
Japan’s population is aging rapidly. We’ve been looking into some of the ramifications of Japan’s aging population with our partners at the BBC. But living longer doesn’t necessarily mean living well. In Japan there is a bit of an old-age…
An entrance of Tokyo's Fuchu Prison, Japan's biggest male-only correctional house.
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Can harvesting young blood help the aging process?

by David Brancaccio Jul 24, 2017
At least two companies have started doing human trials.
William Hartnell (1908 - 1975, center) stars as the doctor alongside Dracula and Frankenstein's monster in "The Chase," an episode of the long-running television series "Doctor Who."
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New software program aims to help the elderly live longer on their own

by David Brancaccio Jan 11, 2017
The project is the brainchild of a former Wall Street analyst.
A home health aid assists a Florida resident.
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Japan's long-term care dilemma: Immigrants or robots?

by Sally Herships Mar 8, 2016
With more young people in the workforce, who will take care of an aging population?
Is this the future of senior care? Japan thinks it may be. 
Sally Herships

Hey, young buff guys: make way for seniors at the gym

by Lewis Wallace Jan 1, 2016
The fastest-growing group for gym membership is older people, the 55 and over crowd.
Catherine South (right) with fitness instructor Marilyn Ruehlman at Fitworks in Beavercreek, Ohio. 
Wallace Lewis

CVS seeks to buy Omnicare

by Annie Baxter May 21, 2015
CVS wantsto buy the pharmacy services provider that supplies many elderly people .