This unique book represents the first multi-disciplinary examination of ageing, covering everything from basic cell biology, to social participation in later life, to the representations of old age in the arts and literature. A comprehensive introductory text about the latest scientific evidence on ageing, the book draws on the pioneering New Dynamics of Ageing Programme, the UKas largest research programme in ageing. This programme brought together leading academics from across the arts and humanities, social and biological sciences and fields of engineering and medical research, to study how ageing is changing and the ways in which this process can be made more beneficial to both individuals and society. Comprising individual, local, national and global perspectives, this book will appeal to everyone with an interest in one of the greatest challenges facing the world a our own ageing.This oral history data tells us about variationin the domestic food environment and the importance ofspatial layout. ... Nearly always ... it was mymothera#39;s day off from cooking. ... Based on experiences from childhood they are used to eating breakfastand lunch, witha#39;teaa#39; between 5a6 pmandthen a small ... food which they became awarethatthey ate, eitherby using the NANAsystem or writing the fooddiary.
|Title||:||The new science of ageing|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2014-08-29|