Monthly News Roundup – May 2021

Fellowships, upcoming projects, and one thing we’ve learned this year! We’re excited to bring back our Monthly News Roundup. It’s been a while since our newsletter went on a hiatus, and during that time, the website changed its format from publishing weekly to featuring timely and relevant issues related to health and aging. We are excited and proud of our journey so far, and this … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – May 2021

Monthly News Roundup – December 2016

It’s that time again! This may be our last monthly newsletter before we make it quarterly or just regularly. We published our second book review titled Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less From Each Other as well as a great piece on dance and health-related quality of life. “Movement can not only improve quality of life, but certain exercises like Tai Chi, … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – December 2016

Monthly News Roundup – November 2016

One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment is our first book review! Written by Mei Fong, the book presents a compelling analysis of the impact of China’s “One-Child Policy” on older adults. We published Part 2 of our series on elder abuse in South Africa highlighting societal responses from both public and private sectors. From longevity to technology, these news articles further shape public conversations on … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – November 2016

Monthly News Roundup – October 2016

Last month, the publication focused on Europe and Australia. Have you ever been to Paris? If no, it should be on your bucket list! Many ageing meetings are currently underway but from November 18-20, the 4th Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology – 2016 will be held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The conference presents the latest research results, ideas, developments and applications in breaking research, medical management, … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – October 2016

Monthly News Roundup – September 2016

So what happened in August 2016? This is why newsletters should not be delayed! August was quite the month since we tackled tough topics such as addiction and elder abuse. The article on elder abuse was apart of a series which you can read here. Let’s take a look at what happened in August. While many articles were published on the web, these six (we’ll tell you … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – September 2016

Monthly News Roundup – August 2016

July was a great month for Global Health Aging. While only two articles were published, we focused on relevant topics such as the Olympic Games and the stigma of loneliness. Many stereotypes surround older people and these articles dispel some myths and provide new insight. Our readership also increased on the site and social media outlets. Let’s take a look at what happened in July … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – August 2016