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Today’s Talk Topic: A Picture Is Worth . . .

By Women's Voices For Change
We have no idea how far all the words written about Barbara Walters would reach if laid end to end, but one thing is for sure—the slide show the AARP online magazine offers is as eloquent a portrayal of the veteran of TV broadcasting as any we know.
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General Medical

For U.S. Caregivers, Many Changes

By Susan Baida
The National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP have just released a new report about caregivers in the United States, an update of the last one issued in 2004. In just five years, I am amazed by some of the new information, and how significantly some of the numbers have changed. The report is based on interviews with 1,480 caregivers throughout…
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Money & Careers

HealthNews: Ovary Removal Increases Heart Risk; Economy Forces Next Stage; New AARP Scholarships; Women Make Better Bishops in Boston

By Womens Voices for Change
On the other hand, I think I’ll keep those ovaries. More than half the women who undergo hysterectomy also choose to have their ovaries removed. But as knowledge grows about the protections offered women by our own estrogens, researchers now recommend that most women keep their ovaries intact a bit longer: About half of the 600,000 hysterectomies performed in the…
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News

Jamie Lee Curtis at 50 Graces AARP Mag Cover

By Womens Voices for Change
Jamie Lee naked on a magazine cover! Well not quite, but the wire reports screamed that this weekend. Saying glam is not real but health is, Curtis talks about losing 20 pounds and feeling more confident than ever as she approaches 50. She appears on the cover of AARP magazine topless in a swimming pool. Fear not, Jamie hasn’t gone…
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