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Healthy Aging Program manuscripts published in FY2005

CDC Healthy Aging Program authors are in bold face.

Lang JE, Benson WF, Anderson LA. Aging and public health: partnerships that can impact cardiovascular health programs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2005; 29(5S1): 158–163.

Lang JE, Moore MJ, Harris AC, Anderson LA. Healthy aging: priorities and programs of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Generations. 2005; 29(2): 24–29.

Maylahn C, Alongi S, Alongi J, Moore MJ, Anderson LA. Data needs and uses for older adult health surveillance: perspectives from state health agencies. Preventing Chronic Disease [serial online] 2005 Jul [date cited].

Mokdad AH, Mensah GA, Posner SF, Reed E, Simoes EJ, Engelgau MM, and the Chronic Diseases and Vulnerable Populations in Natural Disasters Working Group. When chronic conditions become acute: prevention and control of chronic diseases and adverse health outcomes during natural disasters. Preventing Chronic Disease [serial online] 2005 Nov [date cited].

Rao JK, Alongi J, Anderson LA, Jenkins L, Stokes GA, Kane M. Development of public health priorities for end-of-life initiatives. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2005; 29(5): 453–460.

Shenson, D, Bolen, J, Adams, M, Seeff, L, Blackman, D. Are older adults up-to-date with cancer screening and vaccinations? Preventing Chronic Disease. [serial online] 2005 Jul [date cited].

Wheeler FC, Anderson LA, Boddie-Willis C, Price PH, Kane M. The role of state public health agencies in addressing less prevalent chronic conditions. Preventing Chronic Disease. [serial online] 2005 Jul [date cited].

Wilson RS, Scherr PA, Bienias JL, Mendes de Leon CF, Everson-Rose SA, Bennett DA, Evans DA. Socioeconomic characteristics of the community in childhood and cognition in old age. Experimental Aging Research. 2005; 31(4): 393–407.

Wilson RS, Scherr PA, Hoganson G, Bienias JL, Evans DA, Bennett DA. Early life socioeconomic status and late life risk of Alzheimer's disease. Neuroepidemiology. 2005; 25(1): 8–14.

 

 

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