6/20/2014 – Aging isn’t the challenge; building an equitable society is

Jun 20, 2014 Comments Off by

At the dawn of the 21st century, chronological age is a highly meaningful criterion. It signals access to benefits like pensions and health insurance, discounts at movie theaters, and set-aside seats on public transportation. The basis for its appeal is obvious: Age is an extremely reliable statistic.

Read the full article by Stanford Center on Longevity Founding Director Laura Carstensen, PhD, and John W.Rowe, MD, professor of health policy and management at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.

Read the full article at The Boston Globe >>.


Carstensen, Center, Longevity News 2014

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