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Before we know it, winter will be right around the corner. The declining temperatures will have us wanting to stay in our houses, but what does this mean for our bodies? Here are three ways you can continue to keep your body active during the winter.
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Your eyes aren’t tricking you: AARP’s drug-price-fighting Tyrannosaurus Rexes—known as the “Rx T. Rex”—are back and roaring about their mission to make high drug prices extinct. This time the mighty dinos are stomping around Capitol Hill and all across the nation, urging Congress to take a bite out of high drug prices.
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October is Cyber Security Awareness Month!
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Play that highlights veterans and their transition to civilian life will have two free performances
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On Thursday, Sept. 26, AARP Georgia and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hosted a Telehealth Forum at the Cobb Galleria Centre. The Telehealth Forum provided information to AARP members, Caregivers, and Veterans about how to utilize telehealth technology.
Hurricane
Those of us who live in hurricane-prone areas often comfort ourselves with the fact that, while hurricanes can be devastating disasters, they at least have the advantage of being foreseeable.
In diversity we will succeed
As a SCORE mentor, not only do you use your knowledge and industry expertise to help others succeed, you also support the community in a meaningful way.
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More so than people in some other parts of the country, Floridians live with the risk of natural disaster – specifically, hurricanes.
Rx drugs
Americans pay among the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs and many have to choose between buying the medications they need and other essentials. Meanwhile, brand name drug prices continue to increase at rates that far exceed general inflation. Nationally, the average annual cost of prescription drug treatment increased 57.8% between 2012 and 2017, while the annual income for Georgians increased only 9.6%.[i]
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