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Older Americans 2004: Key Indicators of Well-Being
  2004
Elders Who Delay Medication Because of Cost: Health Insurance, Demographic, Health, and Financial Correlates
  2004
Fast food, race/ethnicity, and income
  2004
Public Health and Aging: Trends in Aging --- United States and Worldwide
  2003
The State of Aging and Health in America
  2003
IDENTIFYING IMPORTANT LINKAGES BETWEEN SUCCESSFUL AGING AND SENIOR CENTER PARTICIPATION
  2003
Beyond 50.03: A Report to the Nation on Independent Living and Disability
  2003
Older Hispanic Americans:Less care for chronic conditions
  2003
Women's Health USA 2002
  2002
A Profile of Older Americans:2002
  2002
Demographic factors affecting nutritional status of America's aging population.
  2001
Changes in the prevalence of chronic disability in the United States black and nonblack population above age 65 from 1982 to 1999
  2001
Trends in Causes of Death Among the Elderly
  2001
Health, United States, 2001 Urban and Rural Health Chartbook
  2001
Aging Trends:The Changing Profile of Nursing Home Residents: 1985-1997.
  2001
Have the Oldest Old Adults Ever Been Frail in the Past? A Hypothesis That Explains Modern Trends in Survival
  2001
Income and Food Expenditures Decomposed by Cohort, Age, and Time Effects
  2001
Elderly Americans Population Bulletin
  2001
Household Food Spending by Selected Demographics in the 1990s
  2001
Longevity News and Trends in the United States and Abroad
  2001
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