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Immune system profiles of extremely long-lived people

Frequent testing reduced COVID-19 deaths in nursing facilities

Now hiring: Join NIA as a health scientist administrator

Scientists explore how skin, mouth, and gut microbiomes change with aging

Now Hiring: Program Officer (Health Scientist Administrator or Medical Officer/Physician), Geriatrics Branch, Division of Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology

Older adults with advanced heart failure report differences in quality of life based on their pending surgical treatment

Join NIA's Clinical Gerontology Branch as a Health Specialist

Combined decline in gait and cognition may better predict dementia risk than either factor alone

Scientists map genome regions that regulate speed of brain aging

Division of Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology is hiring health specialists and health science administrators

Research explores the impact of menopause on women’s health and aging

Virtual Workshop: Development of Function Promoting Therapies: Public Health Need, Molecular Targets, and Drug Development

Biology of aging study shows why curbing calories counts

Identifying delirium can be done effectively, quickly using app-directed protocol, study finds

Drugs treat spinal disc degeneration in mice

Neighborhood disadvantage linked to decreased well-being in older adults

The dangers of polypharmacy and the case for deprescribing in older adults

Electronic health record systems let patients choose complementary and integrative pain treatments

Tailored, earlier cardiac rehab program shows physical, emotional benefits for heart failure patients

NIA scientist’s work featured in maternal morbidity and mortality health publication

Virtual Workshop: Measures of Somatic Mutation-related Clonal Hematopoiesis in Humans: Enhancing Contributions to Clinical, Epidemiologic, and Genetic Aging Studies

Visual impairment in older women linked to increased risk of dementia

NIH-funded study to recruit thousands of participants to reveal exercise impact at the molecular level

Daily low-dose aspirin does not decrease risk for dementia and cognitive decline

Study with centenarians finds novel protein signature of protective APOE genotype

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