Abstracts in Social Gerontology, Vol. 34, No. 4, Dec. 1991

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It publishes peer-reviewed English and Chinese articles representing the full range of medical, social, and rehabilitation sciences related to older people. Also discussed are the roles that epidemiological data play in the development of interventions to control and prevent age-related disease and inform public health decision-making and evidence-based geriatric practice. Biomedical gerontology also known as experimental gerontology and life extension, is a sub discipline of biogerontology, that endeavors to slow, prevent, and even reverse aging in both humans and animals.

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