- A life-LOng Healthy America:
Having the best resources for any phase of lifelong learning and development is critical especially now when information is plentiful and available. What are the first best sources? I have decided to include just a handful of these sources that can help us navigate this life-cycle of growing and learning.
- Older Americans 2010: Key Indicators of Well-being reports the latest data on the 37 key indicators selected to describe those aspects of the lives of older Americans and their families in the areas of economics, health status, health risks and behaviors, and health care.
- American Geriatrics Society, the organization of experts in older adult care, publishes their Newsletter.
- National Institute of Health (NIH) puts out SeniorHealth. “Built with You in Mind,” this site gives you exercise stories, health videos, and wellness information for older adults on A-Z topics.
- Healthy to 100 is developed by the University of California at Irvine.
Suffering from arthritis pain? Visit the arthritis foundation website. Explore specific sources such as fitness.
A source based out of UC San Francisco to explore hot topics and trends in Geriatrics and Palliative Care: GeriPal
Consider UCLA events, LA Weekly ArtScene, and VisualArtSource
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More to come, so check periodically !Acknowledgment goes to Una E. Makris, M.D. for some of the sources in the ALOHA section.
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