What Reviewers Are Saying About Issues in Aging
"After an introduction that is carefully crafted to capture the interest and empathy of a young adult student perhaps exploring issues in aging for the first time, Novak flows methodically chapter by chapter covering standard issues such as cognition and aging, retirement, health and housing. He also takes on controversial issues such as generational equity, race/ethnicity structures, and inequality in later life. The theme of successful aging is repeated throughout the book and unifies the chapters."
-Review of Issues in Aging, Second Edition
Category Archives: Biological Aging
Aubrey de Grey, biologist and researcher at Cambridge University, views aging as a disease. A curable one. He makes the case that we can avoid aging by responding to the seven basic ways humans age. He pushes the limits of … Continue reading