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AARP organizó un panel de discusión sobre cómo combatir las desigualdades por edad y promover un envejecimiento saludable en todo el mundo.
AARP hosted a panel on fighting age inequities and promoting healthy aging around the world.
The United States is quickly approaching a historic milestone. By 2035, the number of older adults age 65 and older will exceed the number of children for the first time in American history. Each day, 10,000 people turn 65, and that will continue for years to come. This will impact states and…
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In 2016, an estimated 5.4 million Americans had Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. And while people of all ages can have dementia, 8.8 percent of adults age 65 and over have the disease.
The world’s population is rapidly aging. Such increased longevity brings opportunity and is something to celebrate, but it also brings challenges. Fortunately, there’s an increasing recognition that we need to create environments and systems that enable people to stay as healthy as possible as they…
Healthy Aging Summit
More than 500 policy makers, researchers, educators and public health practitioners will
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