The bibliography consists of published and unpublished studies that examine trends in old-age health, disability and mortality. If you are aware of studies on these topics not listed in the bibliography, please
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Agha M, Argent V, and Reginald P. 2015. Gynecologic surgery in the elderly population: an increasing trend over two decades. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research 27(3):383-385.
Andersson T, Dickman PW, Eloranta S, Sjovall A, Lambe M, and Lambert PC. 2015. The loss in expectation of life after colon cancer: a population-based study. Bmc Cancer 15.
Ansah JP, Malhotra R, Lew N, Chiu CT, Chan A, Bayer S, and Matchar DB. 2015. Projection of Young-Old and Old-Old with Functional Disability: Does Accounting for the Changing Educational Composition of the Elderly Population Make a Difference? Plos One 10(5).
Auger N, Le Serbon E, and Rostila M. 2015. Leaving Sweden behind: Gains in life expectancy in Canada. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 43(4):340-347.
Banegas JR, and Navarro-Vidal B et al. 2015. Trends in Hypertension Control Among the Older Population of Spain From 2000 to 2001 to 2008 to 2010 Role of Frequency and Intensity of Drug Treatment. Circulation-Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 8(1):67-76.
Brønnum-Hansen H, and Duraidi M et al. 2015. Increasing disability-free life expectancy among older adults in Palestine from 2006 to 2010. European Journal of Public Health 25(2):335-339.
Casado-Perez C, and Hernandez-Barrera V et al. 2015. Time trends in leisure time physical activity and physical fitness in the elderly: Five-year follow-up of the Spanish National Health Survey (2006-2011). Maturitas 80(4):391-398.
Chatterji S, and Byles J et al. 2015. Health, functioning, and disability in older adults-present status and future implications. Lancet 385(9967):563-575.
Chen IJ, and Chiang CY et al. 2015. Nationwide cohort study of hip fractures: time trends in the incidence rates and projections up to 2035. Osteoporosis International 26(2):681-688.
de Vries E, and Arroyave I et al. 2015. Trends in inequalities in premature cancer mortality by educational level in Colombia, 1998-2007. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 69(5):408-415.