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Insightful, timely and widely respected, ASA's print and electronic publications are a premier resource for thousands of professionals in the field of aging. ASA members receive Generations, ASA's quarterly journal, and Aging Today, a bimonthly newspaper. Members also have unlimited access to ASA's AgeBlog, which features articles from members of ASA’s eight Constituent Groups.

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AgeBlog

posted on 05.25.2016

The greatest challenge to elders is not ageism, it is dysfunction in our political, ecological and economic systems.   Read More

posted on 05.25.2016

While there are many candidates for America’s list of core historical values, scientific progress would be near the top of all lists.   Read More