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The bibliography consists of published and unpublished studies that examine trends in old-age health, disability and mortality.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 email the citation to TRENDS.

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Levine ME, and Crimmins EM. 2018. Is 60 the New 50? Examining Changes in Biological Age over the Past Two Decades. Demography

Acciai F, and Firebaugh G. 2017. Why did life expectancy decline in the United States in 2015? A gender-specific analysis. Social Science and Medicine 190:174-180.

Ho JY. 2017. The contribution of drug overdose to educational gradients in life expectancy in the United States, 1992–2011. Demography :1175-1202.

Becker W, Gordon K, Edelman E, Kerns R, Crystal S, Dziura J, Fiellin L, Gordon A, Goulet J, Justice A, and Fiellin D. 2016. Trends in Any and High-Dose Opioid Analgesic Receipt Among Aging Patients With and Without HIV. Aids and Behavior 20(2):679-686.

Binder N, and Schumacher M. 2016. Incidence of Dementia over Three Decades in the Framingham Heart Study. New England Journal of Medicine 375(86):92-93.

Birke H, Kurita G, Sjogren P, Hojsted J, Simonsen M, Juel K, and Ekholm O. 2016. Chronic non-cancer pain and the epidemic prescription of opioids in the Danish population: trends from 2000 to 2013. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 60(4):623-633.

Bluethmann S, Mariotto A, and Rowland J. 2016. Anticipating the "Silver Tsunami": Prevalence Trajectories and Comorbidity Burden among Older Cancer Survivors in the United States. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 25(6):1029-1036.

Braga L, Lima-Costa MF, Cesar C, and Macinko J. 2016. Social Inequalities on Selected Determinants of Active Aging and Health Status Indicators in a Large Brazilian City (2003-2010). Journal of Aging and Health 28(7):180-196.

Bray F, and Pineros M. 2016. Cancer patterns, trends and projections in Latin America and the Caribbean: a global context. Salud Publica De Mexico 58(8):104-117.

Cao B. 2016. Future healthy life expectancy among older adults in the US: a forecast based on cohort smoking and obesity history. Population Health Metrics 14(9).