Health & Wellbeing

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AARP Brain Health Study
An AARP Utah Real Possibilities University will present tips next month on how people can maintain mental dexterity as they age.
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Proposition 3, on the ballot this November, is an expansion of the Medicaid program, which is jointly funded by the Utah state and federal government.  If passed, an additional 150,000 Utahns will have access to affordable healthcare through Medicaid, and it will bring $800 million of federal tax dollars Utahns already pay back into our state to pay for the expansion.  The expansion will add approximately 14,000 new jobs, and this new economic activity will add $1.7 billion to Utah's economy.
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State voters will decide Nov. 6 whether to extend health coverage to some 150,000 low-income residents by expanding Medicaid to people who exceed the current financial eligibility bar.
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By Adam Kolowich, Utahns for Healthcare Fairness
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Join AARP Utah for Real Possibilities University, an exciting free program featuring expert keynote speakers on how to keep your brain fit and memory sharp, and how to avoid becoming a victim of a scam.
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Brain fitness and fraud prevention—top concerns in Utah—will be the focus at a Real Possibilities University in West Valley City this month.
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The legislative session that begins Jan. 22 is only 45 days long. AARP Utah is prepared to hit the ground running to advocate on behalf of family caregivers, retirees and other adults 50-plus. AARP staff and volunteers will be at the Capitol every day.
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