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  • Oct 16, 2018
    New study shows health benefits experienced during all stages of travel

    WASHINGTON, DC—Today, AARP Travel released the results of its latest study, examining the health and wellness benefits of leisure travel. According to the survey, those who travel reported better emotional and physical health and improved relationships and productivity at work. Additionally, overall well-being is one of the biggest advantages of travel, with the benefits starting during the initial travel planning phase and extending well beyond the trip. The longest lasting travel benefit reported is improved relationships with loved ones – lasting six weeks on average.

  • Aug 8, 2018

    WASHINGTON, DC—AARP today is launching “Sisters from AARP,” a new digital newsletter celebrating Gen-X and Baby Boomer African American women. The weekly newsletter, reaching subscribers...

  • Dec 15, 2017
    Barbara Hannah Grufferman. ISBN: 978-1-4262-1832-3 | On Sale: Feb. 6, 2018 | Trade Paper | $19.99. An inspiring guide to look, feel, and be your best, one small step at a time.

    WASHINGTON, DC—With both wisdom and wit, Barbara Hannah Grufferman challenges readers to take control of their lives in her new book, Love Your Age: The Small-Step Solution to a Better, Longer, Happier Life (National Geographic/AARP, February 2018). Here Grufferman, a nationally recognized advocate for positive living, offers small, practical tips—backed by science—encouraging readers to become their best selves. With frank advice about everything from health to relationships to sex to plastic surgery, Grufferman motivates readers to stay driven and committed to achieving their personal goals. Free of hype, this book is for anyone who has ever thought:

  • Nov 28, 2017
    Increasing number of Baby Boomers look to escape their daily routines for relaxing, rejuvenating getaways

    WASHINGTON, DC—A new survey released today from AARP Travel finds Baby Boomers report fewer vacation barriers heading into 2018 (20% report no barriers compared to 12% in 2017) with a stronger urge to relax and rejuvenate (up from 38% to 49%). The annual AARP Travel Trends survey also finds that international travelers want to see things from a local’s perspective with nearly half reporting interest in touring with a local (49% compared to 40% in 2017).

  • May 25, 2017
    Staying Sharp and Chef Thomas Show Users How to Maintain and Help Improve Brain Health through Recipes and Tips

    WASHINGTON, DC – Staying Sharp, a subscription-based brain health platform from AARP, announces Daniel Thomas, acclaimed chef, author and philanthropist, as their newest AARP Healthy Living...

  • Feb 28, 2017
    AARP Travel survey unveils positive physical and mental effects baby boomers feel when creating and accomplishing items on travel bucket list

    Today, AARP Travel releases the results of its latest study, diving into the emotional, mental and physical benefits of creating a travel-related bucket list. According to the survey, nearly 4 out...

  • Feb 15, 2017
    Miami-based mixed media artist Juan “Erman” Gonzalez to paint “Livable Communities” mural at AARP Block Party

    Miami, Fla. — For the first time, AARP will host the AARP Block Party at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival on President Day’s weekend, from February 18th to Monday, February 20th at Regatta...

  • Nov 1, 2016
    AARP’s Annual Travel Survey shows Boomers are spending on travel and headed to new destinations – both domestically and internationally

    WASHINGTON D.C. — With 99% of Americans age 50 and older traveling for fun and spending roughly $125 billion on leisure travel, it is no wonder Boomers are using their vacation days to travel...

  • Jul 12, 2016
    New AARP Study Shows Boomer Air Travelers are Less Stressed and More Confident than Gen-Xers and Millennials

    WASHINGTON, DC — AARP Travel, a valuable resource for America’s 76 million Baby Boomers who spend over $120 billion annually in leisure travel, recently released a new study providing some...

  • Jul 7, 2016
    70% of Full Time Workers Age 35-plus Hope to Retire by 65, but only 45% Believe Retiring That Soon is Realistic

    WASHINGTON, DC ­— According to a new “life transitions” survey released by AARP’s Life Reimagined® , people age 35-plus anticipate that they will not be able to retire when they hit the...

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