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The coronavirus pandemic is causing confusion for families of those who need to go to the hospital for care for suspected COVIS-19 infections.
When she worked on the trading floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, long before cellphone calculators, Susan Saran could perform complex math problems in her head. Years later, as one of its top regulators, she was in charge of investigating insider trading deals. Today, she struggles to remember multiplication tables.
Older adults who lack meaningful contacts with friends, relatives, or neighbors are at a higher risk than their peers of developing depression, heart disease, infections and premature cognitive decline.
Relocating for retirement and trimming the budget line for taxes are among the many tasks preretirees and retirees have on their to-do lists.