When limited income and assets factor into your health, Medicaid can often be a lifeline.

In our youth-worshipping culture, gloomy stereotypes about getting older persist. 

Primary-care physicians are able to spend, on average, less than 16 minutes with their patients who are 65 and older, according to a survey of medical practices across the United States.1

Taking an aspirin might save your life during some medical emergencies — when you’re having a heart attack, for instance.

When you first launched into your working life, you may have dreamed of the day you could hang up your employee ID badge and turn off your alarm clock and cellphone.

How do you feel about getting old?

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