- Resources on Aging Research
- Resources on Alzheimer's Disease
- Data and Statistics on Aging
- Permission for Use of Materials
- Living Long & Well in the 21st Century: Strategic Directions for Research on Aging – Summarizes NIA’s research role, goals, and objectives and identifies areas of research interest. (2007)
- Growing Older in America: The Health and Retirement Study – Highlights findings from the landmark NIA-funded Health and Retirement Study, a longitudinal survey of a nationally representative sample of older Americans. (2007)
- Healthy Aging: Lessons from the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging – Based on findings from the first 50 years of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging and other NIA research, this publication addresses how aging research has changed over time and shares some of what has been learned about aging well.
- NIA Publications – These consumer-oriented publications cover the entire spectrum on aging-related issues. All publications are free and can be ordered from this site.
- Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center – NIA's ADEAR Center provides comprehensive, research-based information on all aspects of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Alzheimer's Disease Fact Sheet – Provides basic information about Alzheimer’s disease and its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. (2011)
- Alzheimer's Diagnostic Guidelines Information – For the first time in 27 years, clinical diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer’s disease dementia were revised in 2011, and research guidelines for earlier stages of the disease have been characterized to reflect a deeper understanding of the disorder.
- 90+ in the United States: 2006–2008 – The report describes this rapidly growing segment of the population which suggests that the designation of oldest-old should be changed from 85 to 90 years, and details the demographic, health and economic status of America’s oldest adults. (PDF, 3.7M)
- Older Americans 2010 – Contains data from several federal sources on several indicators of well-being for older adults. The indicators are categorized into five broad areas—population, economics, health status, health risks and behaviors, and health care. It is produced every two years by the Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics.
- An Aging World: 2008 – Examines the demographic and socioeconomic trends accompanying the phenomenon of global aging and expands on nine international population trends identified in 2007 by the NIA and the U.S. Department of State. It was commissioned by the NIA and produced by the U.S. Census Bureau. (PDF, 11.5M)
- 65+ in the U.S. – U.S. Census Bureau publication provides extensive demographic information on older Americans. (2005) (PDF, 8.3M)
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