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ASA's blog brings together content from ASA Constituent Groups and individual member submissions as well as select articles from Generations and Aging Today. AgeBlog features content that specifically discusses the implications of a topic for people ages 50-plus and for professionals who work with them. 

Aging Today Online

Aging Today Online is the section of ASA's blog that brings together the rich knowledge base of ASA's constituent groups.

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ASA Member Guest Blogs

As a benefit of membership, ASA members are always welcome to submit blog posts for consideration to be published on AgeBlog. Our rolling deadline means you can submit at any time. We welcome guest blogs any aging-related topic, but do give preference to content that is educational and inclusive of diverse perspectives. 

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AgeBlog

posted on 09.14.2017

Seniors are among the populations most susceptible to the negative impacts of disease-related malnutrition. In fact, the elderly account for the...  Read More

posted on 09.13.2017

The number of people with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia, is projected to increase to 13.8 million by 2050. To help...  Read More