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Draining the swamp while making America great: senior dissonance in the age of Trump.

In his surprise election as President, Donald Trump enjoyed disproportionate electoral support from older voters, many of whom saw in Trump a person who would work to reverse demographic, economic, and cultural forces that had transformed American life as they had long seen it. Yet, Trump's campaign and incumbency has also been very much about gutting the Washington policy establishment of officials, bureaucrats, and lobbyists (aka, the Swamp) which, for over half a century, has been instrumental in enactin...


Organizing seniors to protect the health safety net: the way forward.

Over the past century, the organized voice of seniors has been critical in building the U.S. health safety net. Since the 2016 election, that safety net, particularly the Medicaid program, is in jeopardy. As we have seen with the rise of the Tea Party, senior support for healthcare programs-even programs that they use in large numbers-cannot and should not be taken for granted. This article provides a brief history of senior advocacy and an overview of the current senior organizing landscape. It also identi...

"Please listen to me": A cross-sectional study of experiences of seniors and their caregivers making housing decisions.

Little is known about the decision-making experiences of seniors and informal caregivers facing decisions about seniors' housing decisions when objective decision making measures are used.


A Qualitative Investigation of the Self-Perceived Health Behavior Changes in Seniors After Their Transitions Into a Retirement Home.

It is important for seniors to engage in positive health behaviors to reduce the incidence of health-related consequences associated with aging. The purpose of this research study was to examine self-perceived changes in physical activity, nutrition, and alcohol consumption behaviors of seniors living in a retirement home through consideration of previous behaviors and self-perceptions of behavior changes.

Trump and the GOP agenda: implications for retirement policy.

Policymakers need to act to protect Americans' retirement security. A significant portion of Americans are at risk of not being able to maintain their standard of living in retirement and research suggests that this percentage is likely to grow. This commentary provides background on the current state of American retirement, highlights recent efforts to reform retirement policy, and predicts what to expect under President Donald Trump. Retirement has not been a major focus of national policymakers in recent...

Does place matter? A multilevel analysis of victimization and satisfaction with personal safety of seniors in Canada.

Studies on the victimization and abuse of seniors in Canada have largely ignored the influence of place-based variations in social bonds and socioeconomic characteristics. Using the 2014 General Social Survey (GSS) data on Canadians' safety, we examine neighborhood, social capital, and socioeconomic characteristics as predictors of the incidence of victimization among seniors and their satisfaction with personal safety from crime. Generally, seniors with poor neighborhood ties and social capital were more l...

Undermining the ACA through the executive branch and federalism: what the Trump administration's approach to health reform means for older Americans.

The ACA has survived multiple existential threats in the legislative and judicial branches, including dozens of congressional attempts at repeal and two major Supreme Court cases. Even as it seems that the ACA is here to stay, what the law accomplishes is far from settled. The Trump administration is using executive powers to weaken the law, in many cases the same powers that President Obama used to strengthen the effects of the reform. States have responded by seeking flexibility to pursue reforms, such as...

Budget impact of adding lesinurad for second-line treatment of gout: a US health plan perspective.

Estimate budget impact of adopting lesinurad as add-on to allopurinol for urate-lowering therapy in gout.

Neuroplasticity across the lifespan and aging effects in bilinguals and monolinguals.

Evidence that bilingualism protects against age-related neurocognitive decline is mixed. One relatively consistent finding is that bilingual seniors have greater grey matter volume (GMV) in regions implicated in executive control (EC) and language processing. Here, we compare the neuroplastic effects of bilingual experience on the EC network of young and aging populations directly, and for the first time we evaluate the extent to which such effects may predict executive control performance across age. We us...

Self-perceived oral health status, chewing ability and longevity in the elderly.

The scope of this article is to assess the oral health conditions and self-perceived chewing ability among the elderly seniors (≥ 80 years). Data from the FIBRA multicentric study were used. The sample consisted of 2,341 individuals with no cognitive impairment, aged ≥ 65 years, between 2008 and 2009, where the elderly were subjected to data collection. Regarding the outcome, age was dichotomized into 65-79 and 80 and over. The association between longevity and the socio-demographic and behavioral varia...

Cyber-Seniors.

Corrigendum.

Chang CWD. Match 2017: blindsided or fumbled? Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018;158:594-597. (Original DOI: 10.1177/0194599817751890) On page 594 of this article from the April 2018 issue, the match rate nadir for ranked US seniors in 2013 should have been listed as 71% rather than 81%. The corrected sentence is as follows: "Traditionally, the specialty has enjoyed an era of desirability and competitiveness, with match rate nadir for ranked US seniors at 71% in 2013."

Trump marches to wrong beat.

Effects of Interval Aerobic Training Program with Recovery bouts on cardiorespiratory and endurance fitness in seniors.

Interval aerobic training programs (IATP) improve cardiorespiratory and endurance parameters. They are however unsuitable to seniors as frequently associated with occurrence of exhaustion and muscle pain. The purpose of this study was to measure the benefits of an IATP designed with recovery bouts (IATP-R) in terms of cardiorespiratory and endurance parameters and its acceptability among seniors (≥70 years). Sedentary healthy volunteers were randomly assigned either to IATP-R or sedentary lifestyle. All p...

Utilisation willingness for institutional care by the elderly: a comparative study of empty nesters and non-empty nesters in Shandong, China.

Institutional care has been strongly promoted in China to meet seniors' long-term care needs. Empty-nest elderly, in comparison with their counterparts, have less social support and fewer caring networks. This study aimed to compare the utilisation willingness for institutional care and its predictors between empty-nest and non-empty-nest seniors.

Food policy in the era of Trump - limits to deregulation.

Budget impact analysis of long-acting injectable aripiprazole once-monthly 400 mg in bipolar I disorder in the USA.

To estimate the budget impact (BI) of introducing aripiprazole once-monthly 400 mg/300 mg (AOM 400) in the maintenance monotherapy treatment of bipolar I disorder versus long-acting injectables, oral antipsychotics and best supportive care.

Budget impact of a program for safely reducing caesarean sections in Canada.

audits of indications for cesarean section (CS), feedback for health professionals, and implementation of best practices, as compared with usual care (QUARISMA study), resulted in a small reduction in the rate of CS in Quebec and important cost savings from a health care payer perspective. Determining the budget impact would enable estimation of the financial consequences if the program is extended nationwide.

Early Changes in Health Insurance Coverage under the Trump Administration.

Setting The Stage For 2017.

Seniors Housing, Skilled Nursing, And The Economy.

Global Climate Change and the "So What?" Issue: Reversing the Impact of Donald Trump.

TV Advertising Volumes Were Associated With Insurance Marketplace Shopping And Enrollment In 2014.

The effectiveness of health insurance advertising has gained renewed attention following the Trump administration's decision to reduce the marketing budget for the federal Marketplace. Yet there is limited evidence on the relationship between advertising and enrollment behavior. This study combined survey data from the 2014 National Health Interview Survey on adults ages 18-64 with data on volumes of televised advertisements aired in respondents' counties of residence during the 2013-14 open enrollment per...

A Marxist therapist treats a Trump-supporting client: A tale of politics and psychotherapy.

When there are politically polarizing events taking place in the world, can it be useful for a therapist to disclose his or her political views within the context of a psychotherapeutic dyad? This paper examines this question through the example of a Marxist therapist working with a politically conservative patient in the polarized political atmosphere following Donald Trump's election to the Presidency of the United States. Also explored are the patient's dynamics that might have made it particularly salie...

Progress and Challenges in Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Measurement in the First Year of the Trump Administration.

Methyl dihydrojasmonate and lilial are the constituents with an "off-label" insect repellence in perfumes.

Insect repellents are widely used to fend off nuisance mosquitoes and, more importantly, to reduce or eliminate mosquito bites in areas where viruses and other vector-borne diseases are circulating. Synthesized more than six decades ago, DEET is the most widely used insect repellent. Plant-derived compounds are used in a plethora of commercial formulations and natural recipes to repel mosquitoes. They are also used as fragrances. We analysed Bombshell® to identify the constituent(s) eliciting a previously ...


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