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Obama can't make healthcare universal until expensive drugs are affordable and available for all.
New research overturns common rules of thumb.
Curbs on runaway entitlement programs can be balanced by infrastructure programs.
Older voters were the core of Obama's coalition, the group says.
The majority of voters age 65 and older didn't vote for Obama.
Fibromyalgia, drinking coffee during pregnancy, and the limited appeal of limited-benefit health plans.
Bare-bones insurance plans give false sense of financial protection from high costs, says senator.
70 percent of aging employees plan to work in retirement.
Seniors are set for largest increase in benefits in over 25 years.
AARP names great employers for seniors.