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AARP The Magazine's 17th Annual Movies For Grownups Awards
Inside AARP The Magazine’s Star Studded Show
There’s a New Girlfriend on the Block, AARP launches Newest E-Newsletter
Nowadays, you’re lucky to find a publication that really gets you. Millennial women have Buzzfeed and Refinery 29 and Boomer women have AARP The Magazine. But for the Gen X Woman, the search may not be easy.
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Merl Reagle, the pun-ishingly inventive man who had created crossword puzzles for AARP The Magazine since 2004, died suddenly of acute pancreatitis in a hospital in Tampa on Aug. 22. He was 65.
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Think of all the excuses you give yourself not to exercise:
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And so The Year of Barbara has a firm end-date: May 16.
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Is yours the new American family?
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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and AARP is happy to have The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) as a guest blog contributor. Throughout the month of April MJFF is sharing insight into the Parkinson's research landscape, advice on living with Parkinson's and steps you can take to help find the cure in our lifetime.  
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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and AARP is happy to have The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) as a guest blog contributor. Throughout the month of April MJFF is sharing insight into the Parkinson's research landscape, advice on living with Parkinson's and steps you can take to help find the cure in our lifetime.  
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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and AARP is happy to have The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research as a guest contributor. Check back throughout the month of April as the Foundation shares insight into the Parkinson's research landscape, advice on living with Parkinson's and shares next steps on what individuals can do to speed a cure.  
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Reading Dan Buettner's New York Times story, "The Island Where People Forget to Die" made me want to move to Ikaria, Greece, immediately. This is an island where an unusually large percentage of people live past 100 because they get ample amounts of sleep, sex, socializing, spirituality, spinach, and sourdough bread. And they drink several glasses of red wine each day. Basically, party animals who don't sit still much, but pray and take a lot of naps.
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