Monday, April 17, 2017

Daily News Alert - 13 Fresh New Reads for Spring

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Monday, April 17, 2017
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Reading makes for a fertile mind, so rejuvenate your imagination this spring with one or more of these 13 new and enthralling books for grownups.
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Celebrities, CEOs, veterans ... folks from amazingly diverse backgrounds have been turning to yoga to improve endurance, strength, creativity, mental clarity and more!
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We've all heard the saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is." There's really no such thing as can't-miss investments. When it comes to well-worn cons, here's how you can avoid the traps.
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Ready for a new job? A second career? Or even part-time work? Use the AARP Job Board to match your years of valuable experience with employers who are committed to an age-diverse workforce.
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With so much of our lives existing online these days, it's likely the "digital you" will stick around long after you've logged off of this mortal coil. What should happen to someone's Facebook page after they die?
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Acne is certainly one part of our youth we could happily do without, but some folks will deal with breakouts well into their later years. Learn five reasons zits happen after 50 — and what to do about them.
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In this AARP The Magazine interview, Emmy-winning Frasier star David Hyde Pierce shares his thoughts on acting, sports and starring with Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! at Broadway's Schubert Theatre.
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Are you or someone you know a caregiver? It's a demanding job, so AARP has compiled this list of caregiving resources — ranging from support resources to how-to videos — that everyone should know about.
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A senior traveling solo to Tenerife in the Canary Islands is seeking tips and suggestions from other AARP Online Community members. Do you have any advice for her?
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