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a nonprofit, nonpartisan national organization dedicated to "enriching the experience of aging"; membership is open to people age 50 or older. Founded in 1958 by Ethel Percy Andrus as American Association of Retired Persons, AARP now has over 30 million members, enabling it to act as a powerful advocate for older Americans on public policy issues such as social security and health care. AARP also distributes information on topics of interest to its members, sponsors community-service programs, and provides various services to its members. It publishes Modern Maturity and My Generation magazines and a members' bulletin.

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NEW YORK, June 3, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AARP is now accepting nominations for its 2015 New York State Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors 50+ New Yorkers who are making a significant difference in their communities.
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This issue of AARP The Magazine takes a look at the many astonishing ways-including everything from drag racing to becoming a fashion model- in which older Americans are disrupting stereotypes of aging and retirement.
Featuring comprehensive family coverage and the freedom to choose any licensed dentist, the AARP Dental Insurance Plan targets the millions of 50-plus Americans who often face losing dental coverage upon retirement.
In addition to the "Most Livable Neighborhoods" list, AARP Bulletin also reports the best cities -- of all sizes -- that meet a few key priorities of Americans 50-plus.
AARP recently commissioned third-party researcher ICR/International Communications Research to examine employment attitudes among mature workers.
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