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The MetLife Market Survey of Adult Day Services & Home Care Costs September 2007
  2007
Assessing the fiscal impact of aging.
  2007
Fall injury episodes among noninstitutionalized older adults: United States, 2001-2003.
  2007
Trends in disability at older ages.
  2007
Publicación gratis ayuda a los hispanos en la tercera edad a mejorar la comunicación entre el médico y el paciente
  2006
National Health Interview Survey, 2003
  2003
Handbook of Geriatric Assessment, Third Edition
  2003
Research: Successful Approaches
  2003
Handbook of Geriatric Assessment, Third Edition: Assessment technology used by health care professionals, social workers, and researchers working with older adults
  2003
Priority Areas for National Action: Transforming Health Care Quality.
  2002
Concepts and Controversies: Fourth Edition
  2002
Health, United States, 2002. National Center for Health Statistics;
  2002
Community Resources For Older Adults: Programs and Services in an Era of Change
  2002
The Social Context 2nd ed
  2001
The Quest for Immortality: Science at the Frontiers of Aging
  2001
What Do You Want to Do When You Grow Up: Starting the Next Chapter of Your Life.
  2001
The Force of Character: And the Lasting Life
  2000
Suddenly 60: And Other Shocks of Later Life
  2000
Turning 50: Fifty Personal Celebrations
  2000
Juicy Tomatoes: Plain Truths, Dumb Lies, and Sisterly Advice About Life After 50.
  2000
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