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Researchers develop “epigenetic clock” to measure aging in Down syndrome

NIH-commissioned report highlights disability among older population

HHS/NIH proposed changes for registering, reporting clinical trial information

Renewed NIH centers focus on translation of aging research

White House workshop on Psychological Science and Behavioral Economics in the Service of Public Policy report now available

NIH-commissioned Census Bureau report highlights effect of aging boomers

Public data from the American Time Use Survey Well-Being Module (WBM) now available

Conscientiousness and Healthy Aging – Special Section of Developmental Psychology, May 2014

NACA Evaluation of BSR Report 2013

Cognitive training shows staying power

Report details value of information on subjective well-being

NIA supports studies of health needs of LGBT community

Medicaid study links insurance to reduced depression and financial strain, but no increase in health

NIH-supported study finds U.S. dementia care costs as high as $215 billion in 2010

Network on Reversibility September 2012 Meeting report available

Study identifies basis for sense of trust in older people

Federal report details health, economic status of older Americans

New public use files for the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS)

The Costs Associated with Alzheimer's Disease workshop report now available

NIA adds genetic data to Health and Retirement Study

Smoking in middle age is associated with increased rate of cognitive decline in men

Harmonization Strategies for Behavioral, Social Science, and Genetic Research Report Available

NIA and WHO Release Global Health and Aging Report

Availability of GWAS data for HRS

Well-Being Module