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How older patients can dodge pitfalls entrenched in health care systems

Being old and sick in America frequently means a doctor won’t ask you about troublesome concerns you deal with day to day — difficulty walking, dizziness, a leaky bladder, sleep disturbances, memory lapses and more. Read More

3 ways to slow down your perception of time

Some may remember this line which was the opening of a daytime drama series called “Days of Our Lives.” It was one of the longest-running soap operas that spanned more than 50 years. Read More

Target-date funds might help manage 401(k)s

In my June 19 column, I wrote about target-date funds, which some believe can help employees manage their 401(k) investments. Read More

Can debt collectors tap Social Security benefits?

Dear Savvy Senior: Can my Social Security benefits be garnished if I have some outstanding debts? I just turned 62 and would like to start collecting my retirement benefits. — Worried Retiree Read More

Seattle great-grandmother of 20 makes it to prom

The 18-year-old wanted to honor his great-grandmother with the night out. Read More

Can you afford health care in retirement?

The average couple retiring at 65 years old can expect to pay $280,000 in health care expenses throughout their retirement, according to the latest analysis from Fidelity Investments. Read More

‘Smart’ gadgets: Ways to minimize privacy and security risks

Be informed about tech advances to avoid unwanted outcomes. Read More

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