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1 The Gerontological Society of America selects 2020 fellows
2 Protecting Your Brain Health During the Pandemic
3 Christine Fruhauf named fellow of Gerontological Society of America
4 Loeb awarded GSA Fellow Status
5 America's Seniors and Covid-19: City Talk
6 UI replaces dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
7 “Elder Economic Security: How Data Help Inform Advocacy” is the Focus of NJFA's Free Oct. 15 Webinar
8 Christina Victor
9 Professor Named President of Premier Nursing Organization
10 Accolades: National '100 Great Hospitals' List Includes UVA Medical Center
11 What We Learn From the Long Lives of Nuns (Think: People, Not Productivity)
12 Is Aging a Disease?
13 PBS 'American Portrait:' How the Pandemic Is Affecting 3 Generations
14 AFAR 2019 Scientific Awards honoring Pinchas Cohen, M.D., and Nathan LeBrasseur, Ph.D.
16 In a desperate scramble for poll workers, some companies are pitching in
17 The Scramble to Find Poll Workers
18 Reeling From the Losses of the Silent Generation
19 COVID-19
20 NIA Mourns the Loss of Dr. Huber Warner
21 Faculty Highlights: Recent Grants and Awards | Now
22 Kelvin Davies elected Royal Society of Medicine fellow
23 'Not a Single Casserole' — What It's Like to Be Widowed by COVID-19
24 Sykes, James T.
25 Thoughts on Facing 70
26 Does where we live make us lonely?
27 Grief Dreams: What Are They? What Do They Mean?
28 Survivors talk about the aftereffects of COVID-19
29 Drug Research and Development for Older Adult Populations A Workshop
30 Newsmaker: The longevity advisor
31 Faculty and Staff Briefs: October 2020
32 7 Questions with a COVID-19 Researcher
33 Depression linked to nutrition in middle-aged and older Canadians
34 Her Parents Survived a Bombing. Now She’s Their Caregiver.
35 Fredriksen-Goldsen earns GSA's 2018 Maxwell A. Pollack Award for Productive Aging
36 Kara B. Dassel, PhD
37 Pandemic Update: What It's Like to Recover From the Coronavirus
38 Changing how we age | Arts & Leisure
39 LGBTQ Bereaved Spouses Seek Solace
40 CI Financial partners with Joseph Coughlin, global expert in longevity and retirement
41 Diehl receives national award for mentorship in gerontology
42 Fulmer Earns GSA's 2019 Donald P. Kent Award
43 Michigan State University professor to lead research development at Clemson
44 Marjorie Johnson, Centenarian Baker
45 9 Tips for a Successful Telemedicine Appointment
46 Fick co-chairs panel to update list of medications to avoid for older adults
47 Margaret Perkinson will lead UH Center on Aging | University of Hawaiʻi System News
48 Scott Sharpe Named CAO Of District Attorney General's Office
49 How do the world’s oldest people make their money last?
50 Dr. Cameron Camp, Center for Applied Research in Dementia
51 The Oldest People in the Blue Zone of Loma Linda, Calif.
52 Rodney Brooks
53 Peters Smith to become Herald-Tribune’s opinions editor
54 Part of an age-friendly city: advocacy training for elders
55 Groups aim to boost low Latino participation in organ and marrow donations, clinical trials
56 The Burgeoning Trend Of Age-Friendly States
57 National Science Foundation selects Northwestern University Professor Fay Lomax Cook to head Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate
58 Impacting Alzheimer's disease and other dementias with exercise
59 Can intergenerational cooperation defeat climate change?
60 Aging Southern Musical Artists Celebrate 25 Years Of Music Maker
61 Denise Eldemire-Shearer gets prestigious fellowship award | News
62 The New Aging Family: Older Adults and Parents
63 The World's Oldest People in the Blue Zones of Japan, Italy and Greece
64 Patients Describe the Road to Recovery From COVID-19
65 BioTime Subsidiary AgeX Therapeutics Appoints Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D. as VP of New Technology Discovery
66 George Demiris Appointed Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor
67 Facing 80: Keeping an Ancient Language Alive
68 Kirsten Corazzini | U. of Md. School of Nursing – Maryland Daily Record
69 Professor Catherine Hennessy
70 Steven Wisensale – The Conversation
71 Blue Zones: How the Oldest People in the World Make Their Money Last
72 Lipsitz earns GSA's 2018 Donald P. Kent Award
73 Undoing Aging with Molecular and Cellular Damage Repair
74 Whitfield earns GSA's 2018 Robert W. Kleemeier Award
75 How The Oldest People In America's Blue Zone Make Their Money Last
76 Adventure and Opportunity Ahead! Apply to the 2018 Butler-Williams Scholars Program Today
77 Criminal-justice reformer Bryan Stevenson to speak at Penn's 263rd Commencement
78 How to Find the Right Words for Someone in Hospice
79 Marcia G. Ory
80 Hal Kendig
81 Are Schools Doing Enough to Identify and Combat Ageism?
82 Temkin-Greener Named Interim Chair of Public Health Sciences
83 Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
84 Bereavement Researcher: We Must Do Better for the Grief-Stricken
85 Do You Need an Advance Directive for Sex in Long-Term Care?
86 Why does education play such a big role in longevity?
87 Colleges are making dramatic changes to attract older students
88 How Nordic Walking Can Improve Your Overall Fitness
89 Housing for Grandfamilies: Grandparents and Grandkids Living Together
90 NINR welcomes three new members to the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research
91 Beyond "The Brady Bunch:" stepfamilies in later life | OUPblog
92 Accolades: Pediatric Oncologist's Work Among Top 10 Clinical Achievements of 2017
93 How Religion and Spirituality Affect Stress and Health
94 All About Whole-Body Donations
95 Are Concerns About Age Discrimination by Employers Overblown?
96 Oral sex is good for older couples | OUPblog
97 UH Manoa's Barbara Yee recognized for lifetime achievement
98 Attending a Red Hat Society Chapter Meeting
99 The Need for Older Adults to Be Poll Workers on Election Day
100 Laurie Gunter, former Nursing department head, dies