By Elizabeth Vierck
The graying of the United States could be the main major demographic occasion of modern occasions. well-being care and nutrients have stronger, and child boomers attaining heart age and retirement will impact American society either now and within the years yet to come. Vierck and Hodges current important statistics on getting older american citizens in a readable and fascinating structure, describing traits, delivering insights, and offering a framework for knowing the information. This ebook contains many formerly unpublished information resources, and Vierck and Hodges provide analytical aid to elucidate the immense volume of knowledge. entire analyses, for instance, have been performed on newly on hand nursing domestic, domestic wellbeing and fitness care, and hospice care info, and an intensive interpretation of food info by way of Kris Hodges offers new views at the dietary prestige of the aged. The e-book, divided into sixteen chapters on varied elements of getting older and well-being, can be priceless to gerontologists, geriatricians, wellbeing and fitness coverage analysts, researchers, librarians and data experts, advertising pros, reporters, scholars, and others doing examine on getting older, health and wellbeing, and wellbeing and fitness providers.
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Thomas R. Cole, The Journey of Life (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992), xix. 21. S. S. Government Printing Office, 2000), 84. 22. Becca Levy, Jeanne Y. Wei, and Jeffrey M. Hausdorff, "Reducing Cardiovascular Stress with Positive Self-stereotypes of aging," Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences (2000): 205-213. 23. Fischer, Growing Old in America, 157. AGING IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 17 24. S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, Developments in Aging: 1997 and 1998, 255. 25. com.
6 Products or Methods Used or Considered for Use to Look Younger, by Age and Sex: 1998 Men 60+ Years Net of all methods Hair color to hide the gray Regular exercise Cosmetics Cosmetic surgery Skin products to reduce or prevent wrinkles Suntanning products to prevent wrinkles Wigs and toupees Hair-replenishing lotions Note: NA = Not Available. 00 NA NA NA 24 AGING TABLE 2 . 00 Source: RoperASW data, 1998. changes, resignation that many aging-related aspects can no longer be affected, and the unavailability of products during their younger years when they could have been more effective.
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Aging: Demographics, Health, and Health Services by Elizabeth Vierck