Monthly Archives: March 2014

A proposed initiative to facilitate retirement transitions – Please vote for it!

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By Vince Giuliano, Melody Winnig, Michael Giuliano and Chen Hua Version updated April 13,2014 This is a different kind of blog entry than the usual ones, not about the hard sciences involved in aging.  Instead, it is about about a … Continue reading

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The evolving narrative and social transformation of aging – Part 3: major initiatives and activities that are reflecting and driving the changes in narratives of aging

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By Vince Giuliano, Melody Winnig and Michael Giuliano This blog entry is the third in a three-part series on the shifting narrative of aging.  In Part 1 we started by laying out main issues confronting the world that are associated … Continue reading

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The evolving narrative and social transformation of aging – Part 2: Narratives of Aging

By Vince Giuliano, Melody Winnig and Michael Giuliano This blog entry is the second in a three-part series on the shifting narrative of aging.  In Part 1 we started by laying out main issues confronting the world that are associated … Continue reading

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The evolving narrative and social transformation of aging – Part 1: Important issues confronting the world associated with aging populations

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  By Vince Giuliano, Melody Winnig and Michael Giuliano How do you imagine growing old? Do you have the narrative that you dread becoming like the uncle who spent 5 years painfully wasting away with cancer? Or the mother who … Continue reading

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