Lessons from the Bullying Video That Went Viral

The following is a guest post from Bill Hogan, a writer and editor on the AARP Media News team. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” How many of us had to say that in “repeat-after-me” drills when we were growing up? I don’t know about you, but I never really believed it. Words can hurt. Millions of us could see that in the video-gone-viral of Karen Huff Klein, a 68-year-old school bus monitor …

The New National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s: Exclusive Q&A with George Vradenburg

Editor’s note: Last week, the Obama Administration released its final National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s. This is the first-ever national plan and road map against Alzheimer’s, and it includes a bold goal of stopping the disease by 2025 — marking the first time the federal government has adopted such a time frame. Trish’s husband, George Vradenburg, Chairman of the national campaign organization USAgainstAlzheimer’s, is a member of the Advisory Council on Alzheimer’s Research, Care, and Services, which was convened by HHS. The Council met over the past several months to offer input during the planning process, and provided the Administration and …

Get To Know Ron Howard

Ron Howard is on the cover of the latest issue of AARP The Magazine