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Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

...s -- Baerum, Stavanger and Oslo -- to treat mostly retirees in the softer Mediterranean climate for periods of up to a maximum of 12 weeks. It can accommodate a maximum of 38 people at a time in small apartments or studios, and they are allowed to receive visitors during their stay. Except for a daily suppl...

John Hopkins Hospitals- Now at Tokyo

... growing business, and we see a greater need among retirees wanting to maintain their health.” The clinic is the latest of seven overseas projects since 2006 for Hopkins, which has topped U.S. News & World Report's ranking of American hospitals the past 16 years. While 69 percent of hospitals run by loca...

Ad Campaign Targeting Republicans On Medicare Prescription Drug Program

...s backed Medicare prescription drug program offers retirees subsidizes drug benefits through competing plans from health insurers, but most Democrats have opposed it saying the benefits would have been cheaper if the law would have allowed Medicare to negotiate with the companies for lower prices. Trial lawy...

Conditions for a Happy, Satisfied Retirement

...ifference that spoke volumes between the satisfied retirees and the dissatisfied ones, were the obvious answers from the former group that seemed to quote examples of "watching grandchildren" or "playing piano" when queried about their sense of purpose post retirement. The dissatisfied often answered in an ai...

NHS Recommends Further Cost Cutting Measures

...e graduate numbers would only continue to outweigh retirees massively and NHS financial situation being what it is will be creating fewer job posts and more staff reductions. br>...

ESRC offers new dynamics for old in UK

...s needs are changing, and that for the first time, retirees face less pension provisions than their predecessors; changes to working patterns will affect the balance of labour supply and labour demand amongst both young and old. The life course of the elderly changes as they work longer, contribute more to th...

Are You Ill? Have A Hard Laugh!

...ise in medicine. Some are businessmen, homemakers, retirees and teachers who have family members or friends or are themselves battling illness. They all believe in the importance of laughter and how it can make people healthier, Takayanagi said. The first license issued is a third-level one for three years....

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