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A Veggie Burger Even Memorial Day Meat Eaters Will Love

While meat lovers look forward to a Memorial Day barbecue, many people might be looking for a vegetarian option. With their high protein content, black beans lend meaty substance to a veggie burger.

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Older Adults Should And Would Like To Take Fewer Medications

Majority of people over 50 are open to stopping one or more of their medications, but some of those who already did so didn’t talk with a health provider first.

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Social Security Helps Prevent A Poverty-Ridden Old Age

When I was a young worker paying Social Security payroll taxes into the Trust Funds — which were going to help retired workers on a “pay as you go” basis — I was told that “Social Security won’t be there to help you when you need to retire.”

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The Happy Honks Of Spring

The other day I stood in my yard when I heard that lovely sound. Against the blue sky was the familiar V-formation of a dozen geese, trumpeting their arrival like noisy house guests.

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Fatigue Is Common Among Older Adults: There Are Many Possible Causes

Nothing prepared Linda C. Johnson of Indianapolis for the fatigue that descended on her after a diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer in early 2020.

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Stereotypes About Older Employees Lead To Premature Retirements

Unproductive, inflexible, and less motivated: These are some of the most common stereotypes about older employees. Even though the stereotypes are usually unfounded, they nevertheless influence how older employees perceive themselves and their status in the workplace.

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