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Time to Act: Coming Together to Solve the Women’s Alzheimer’s Crisis

"For too long, women have borne a disproportionate share of the burden associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia—the latter being a more general term that covers a range of conditions that impair memory and other basic thinking skills people need to live independently. "more

Year of the Nurse and Midwife: AARP and WHO

"Never has the health of the world depended so much on the power of nursing."more

Age of Data - Where's Ageing?

The Insights report finds that there are gaps in relation to evidence on health and ageing of the current cohorts of older men and women.more

Doctor’s Orders: Life’s Healthier with Travel and Play Breaks

At AARP, we believe that play — in the form of sports, hobbies or daily walks, or travel in the form of vacations and long weekends — has tremendous potential to support a vibrant and healthy life. more

Growing Older in Cities: Addressing the Twin Challenges of Ageing and Urbanization

For the first time in history, most people can expect to live to age 60 or beyond, although major inequalities in life expectancy persist both across and within countries.more

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