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Personal Reflections on Indigenous Elders as Repositories of Culture

By Rebecca Owl Morgan

By Rebecca Owl Morgan. This article originally appeared on Generations, American Society on Aging.

During 2020, while COVID-19 was raging across the nation, my tribe, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in Cherokee, N.C., took intense measures early Read More

Tackling Latino health, caregiving and housing is key as older population grows

By Diverse Elders

By Laura Castañeda. This article originally appeared on NBC News.

Eduardo Covarrubias retired from his job as a museum security guard in Washington, D.C., 14 years ago and moved to Casa Iris, an affordable housing community for older Read More

The Importance of Latino Representation in Health Research

By Diverse Elders

By NHCOA Media. This article originally appeared on the NHCOA blog.

Precision medicine is a new approach to disease treatment and prevention that considers differences in people’s lifestyles, environment, and biological makeup, including their genetics.

Many groups, especially communities Read More