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View Resource Program on the Global Demography of Aging

Among the multitude of research programs and centers at the Harvard School of Public Health, there is one that gerontologists and persons with an interest in aging issues will want to explore further. It is the Program on the Global Demography of Aging (PGDA), and it is primarily concerned with "themes related to global aging and health, with an emphasis on issues in the developing world."...

View Resource National Institutes on Aging (NIA) Demography Centers

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) Demography Centers website contains a wealth of resources and data on aging. The site contains syllabi for a variety of aging-related courses and links to several datasets (longitudinal and otherwise) on aging. Additionally, the site points to publications, networks, and projects that focus exclusively on the aging process from demographic, economic, and...

View Resource Memory and Aging Center

The Memory and Aging Center at the University of California, San Francisco is dedicated to providing care for adults with cognitive problems and age-related diseases. The center conducts research on diseases, their treatment, and the brain. The ?Education? section has a variety of resources for patients and their families, and health care professionals. Topics in this section cover some of the...

View Resource The State of Aging and Health in America Report 2007

Recently, the Center for Disease Control released the 2007 State of Aging and Health in America Report. It's a valuable document for anyone with an interest in public health, gerontology, and other allied fields. This website contains the full text of the report, along with the 2004 & 2007 reports as well. Visitors will also appreciate the extra features offered here, which include state-based...

View Resource Mapping the Growth of Older America

As the American population continues to age, there is a growing concern in some quarters that the government and the private sector might be ill-prepared with the increased demands of an older population. The Brookings Institution published a rather insightful 28-page paper on the growth of older America, authored by noted demographer William H. Frey. Drawing on analyses performed with data from...

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