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    Posted 12.28.2018
    Alzheimer’s is more complicated—it’s not just one thing, but rather various processes that are intimately related to brain aging that we will all experience to some degree over time. Read More
    Posted 12.28.2018
    The Fall 2017­ issue of Generations explicates this much ignored and sometimes maligned generation: its influences, demographics, work and social challenges, political leanings, and what lies ahead for this cohort as it ages. Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    What events formed LGBT Gen Xers to make them unique, and what path lies ahead for this Sandwich Generation cohort? Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    How a generation came to embrace—and realign with—the lure of technology. Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    How an ignored generation achieved consciousness, and now must lead the way. Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    A close look at the often forgotten Generation X can help us understand the major forces at work in the world’s societies and on the planet. Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    How did Generation X come by its name, where does it stand in the sociocultural realm, and why do we label generations? Read More
    Posted 12.21.2018
    The AIM2Flourish initiative prepares and inspires Gen X business leaders to solve the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Read More
    Posted 12.20.2018
    With shifting market conditions, some drug companies stopped manufac­turing generics, and the resulting shortages can result in rapid price spikes. Read More
    Posted 12.17.2018
    Nancy Gordon, the 2018 recipient of the Religion, Spirituality and Aging Award, is immediate past chair of ASA’s Forum on Religion, Spirituality and Aging (FORSA) Constituency Group. Read More