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Alejandra Owens

I know, Friday nights are for watching movies, having dinner with friends or doing anything other than thinking about retirement planning. But! Hear us out here. Tonight on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, AARP's very own Jean Setzfand will be on.
This is a guest post by Annie Lynsen, on loan to AARP from Small Act.
With all eyes on Iowa tonight, the Republican Presidential nominees wait with baited breath as Iowans come together and cast their vote at the caucuses.
Happy New Year! Here's some good news to start your year off right: many name-brand prescription medications are going generic this year. Among them:
Recently inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for the oldest competitive female body builder, Ernestine Shepherd began pumping iron when she was in her fifties. Now, she uses her life and flex appeal to be an ageless inspiration.
Maria Shriver shares her very personal story with Alzheimers.
The Mississippi Delta is one of the poorest places in the United States. Health care in the region is worse than in some developing countries.
Electronic eyeglasses took took top honors at the Consumer Electronics Expo this spring. By tapping the temple of the glasses, you can switch the focus, eliminating the need for reading glasses, progressive lenses or bifocals. Check out the video to see how they work.
This is a guest post by Annie Lynsen, on loan to AARP from Small Act.
This guest post is written by Lisa Yagoda, MSW.
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