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#gerontology

# gerontology - Friday 22 August, 2014

Living forever may never be possible, says scientific study

But we have so many things we were planning to do with our immortality.

# gerontology - Thursday 10 April, 2014

Column: Let's change the language we use about older age

A sharp contrast exists between public and private representations of ageing – and the reality of later life is often misrepresented, writes Prof Thomas Scharf.

# gerontology - Friday 24 May, 2013

Column: Without planning the dream of retirement can turn into a nightmare

You may have planned your finances down to the last cent – but have you considered the psychological impact of never going to work again? It’s harder to adjust than you might think, writes …

# gerontology - Sunday 11 December, 2011

Column: Lessons I learned from working with older people

The business of ageing is often framed in terms of the financial or physical wellbeing of ‘old’ people – Dominic Campbell says it’s a mistake to lump our seniors into these categories alone.