Posts Tagged ‘Aging Population’

Aging Collection Marks First of Many Interdisciplinary Troves for Researchers

In the first of what will be a monthly series, SAGE Publishing will open up articles in a specific area of public interest – note, not in a specific discipline – to help researchers pursue knowledge outside of their usual silos. This month, SAGE (the parent of Social Science space) launched an interdisciplinary microsite on […]

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Scientists discover how to convert skin cells into red blood cells, could revolutionize blood transfusions

European scientists have found a way to convert skin cells into red blood cells, potentially clearing a path to make blood transfusions much safer because blood could have a patient’s own genetic code. All humans have a unique genetic code, and all cells within their body – brain, muscle, fat, bone and skin – share that same code. It makes sense […]

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The New Old People Problem

Coping with a rapidly aging population is a complex issue that cannot be dealt with simply by training more gerontologists.

Depression On The Decline Among Older Americans

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online

The number of older Americans suffering from depression may be on the decline for the first time in decades, says a new study from University of Michigan Health System. Examining data spanning t…

Older women in China fare worse than men

USC (US) — Older women in China are much more likely to be in poor health and live in poverty than men are, according to a survey of general living conditions among the most rapidly aging population in the world.The survey of 17,708 people over the a…

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