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ICAA's Research Review newsletter is a must for any health and wellness professional who intends to stay connected with the latest developments in aging research and population trends. Use these news stories to stay on top of the evidence in surveys, studies and polls that enables you to connect to the global active-aging community, establish relevant programs, and educate and market to older adults.



Stats: 42.9% expansion rate for apartments through 2030
Healthy lifestyle may reduce duration of disability in late life
Dental problems common in 50-64 year olds - no relief in sight
Health effects of happiness differ by culture
Insights: 3 lessons great leaders learn only after failing
TechTalk: What is a "default program" and why care?

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Stats: 43% of the US GDP contributed by adults 50+
Smartphone app may help older adults manage chronic illness
New research addresses key retirement issues
Too much TV, too little physical activity ups risk of walking disability
Smiley face emoji creates negative impression in business emails
TechTalk: What is bloatware?

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Stats: Quarter of a billion VR users by 2022
Employee wellness programs boost productivity
Population of HIV-infected older adults soars
Purpose in life linked to better sleep
Insights: Employee advocacy amplifies results
TechTalk: What is a smart city?

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Stats: 25% of US adults over 65 have diabetes
Infographic: Dementia risks, nine modifiable
Significant growth in US rental market
Global aging index rates countries' health/wellbeing
Home health worker visit lowers hospital readmission risk
Report: Negative attitudes about aging impact health
TechTalk: What is the Internet of things (IoT)?

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Caregivers: Digital health can help
No benefit to statins for primary prevention
Electroacupuncture may help stress urinary incontinence
Older Americans don't get enough help on drug costs
Accentuate the positive to curb chronic disease risks
Report: Evidence for strategies to slow cognitive decline
TechTalk: What do we mean by "technology"?

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Stats: 49 million people 65 years and older in
US Feeling in control maintains social activity
Midlife adults find their news online
Physical and cognitive dimensions may slow cognitive decline
Combine cognitive and physical activities to improve ADLs
Positive view of aging may soften money worries

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