POPULATION AND AGING

On Care for Dementia (Summer 2014)

Hidden Heroes: America's Military Caregivers Serve in the Shadows of War — and of the Wounded (Spring 2014)

Own Goal: Growing Inequalities Across Europe Undermine Intent of Union (Spring 2014)

Message from the Editor: Four Cheers for Longer Attention Spans (Spring 2014)

Heavy Lift: Truly Comprehensive Immigration Reform Would Span the Migrant Labor Lifecycle (Fall 2013)

Riding the Rails (Fall 2013)

Dementia's Mounting Toll on the U.S. Economy (Summer 2013)

Building Strong Communities Through Affordable Housing (Fall 2012)

Check, Please (Fall 2012)

Government Testimonies Raise Flags (Fall 2012)

Money Under the Mattress? (Fall 2012)

Chance of a Generation: In an Aging Mexico, a Moment of Opportunity to Boost Social Security (Spring 2012)

Mexicans Work and Work, But Will Retirement Work for Them? (Spring 2012)

2030 Is Now (Winter 2011-2012)

Dusk, Dawn, and High Noon: Demographic Trends Forecast Next Phases for China, India, and the United States (Winter 2011-2012)

How Demographic Trends Will Change the World Through 2050 (Winter 2011-2012)

Life Spans of Today's Humans Will Transform the Nations (Winter 2011-2012)

Midnight in Munich: All European Union Countries Face Declining and Aging Populations (Winter 2011-2012)

New Orleans Families Were Especially Vulnerable to Breakup (Summer 2011)

Most Wanted: Law Enforcement Agencies Pursue Elusive, Qualified Recruits (Spring 2011)

Shifts in Responsibility: Global Trends Presage New Era in Home Health Care (Spring 2011)

Older Americans Are Less Healthy Than English but Live Longer (Winter 2010-2011)

An Aging Europe: Wonder How You Manage to Make Ends Meet (Summer 2010)

“When I'm 64”: How Aging U.S. Baby Boomers Have Begun to Carry That Weight (Summer 2010)

Pooled Assets: Three Ways for Coping in Hard Times (Spring 2010)

Issues over the Horizon: The Aging Couple (Summer 2008)

Issues over the Horizon: A Second Reproductive Revolution (Summer 2008)

Baby Steps: Comparison of Neonatal Services Points to National Health Care Lessons (Spring 2008)

Newcomers' Burden: Who, if Not Immigrants, Will Pay for the Baby Boomers' Retirement? (Spring 2008)

Quick Fix: Drug Benefit Plans Driven by Short-Term Savings Could Be More Costly in the End (Fall 2007)

Delta Dawning: Gulf Coast Efforts Look Beyond Recovery Toward Lasting Renewal (Fall 2006)

Hurricanes and Other Higher Callings: These Things We Cannot Ignore (Summer 2006)

Repopulating New Orleans: Big Problem for the Big Easy (Spring 2006)

Arthritis Care for Older Patients Deemed Poor; Medication Safety, Poorer (Spring 2006)

Only Half in Flood-Prone Areas Purchase Flood Insurance (Spring 2006)

Doctors' Orders: Better Electronic Prescribing Systems Could Improve Care (Summer 2005)

Localize the Remedy: Community Efforts Can Ameliorate Poor Quality of Care (Summer 2004)

Shortfalls Found in Quality of Health Care for Vulnerable Seniors (Fall 2003)

Functioning of Older Americans Improves (Winter 1998-99)

Pharmaceutical Group Aids Research on Elderly Care (Winter 1998-99)

Policies for an Aging Society (Winter 1995-96)

Social Security Reform: Touching the Rail (Winter 1995-96)

Warning Bell Tolls for Soon-to-Retire Baby Boomers (Winter 1995-96)

The Marriage Benefit (Winter 1995-96)

Medicare and the Managed-Care Future (Winter 1995-96)

Centers Focus on Health, Functioning, Finances of Elderly (Winter 1995-96)


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