Stroke Rates Decline More Among Men Than Women [AARP]

While the overall stroke rate is declining across the United States, the reduction is mostly driven by decreased rates among men, a new study reports. The results have caused researchers to wonder why women’s rates are not improving. “For decades, women had a lower overall stroke rate than men, but now men appear to be […]

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Repealing Obamacare Debate: Medicare debate heats up in Congress and AARP is fighting for you

We’ll Fight For Medicare Article by Jo Ann Jenkins, AARP CEO AARP has a long history of fighting for affordable health care and against attempts to cut Medicare. We’ve long opposed attempts to force older Americans to pay more for their health care. As the Medicare debate heats up in Congress, AARP will vigorously protect and defend […]

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Mobile Physicians: The modern, the wonderful, and the old-fashion way of patient care~

[Originally Published: May 2013] After caring for our mother (who had Alzheimer’s Disease)  and also our father (who was bedridden and afflicted  with lung, heart, and other ailments ) for almost a decade at home, we  learned about the great advantage of home care by  the use of mobile physicians and mobile home health services. […]

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