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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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24th Annual Elder Issues Conference Event Details
From Possibility to Practice in Aging: Shaping a Future for All Event Details

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AgeBlog

posted on 07.29.2015

I see a world of possibilities and opportunities for many of those 50-plus who want to stay active, earn money, and “give back,”...  Read More

posted on 07.21.2015

I hope Lena Dunham views this as the compliment it’s meant to be: I’d like to appoint her the unofficial spokesperson for cognitive aging.  Read More