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Blue Zones, Part 3: How the Oldest People in America’s Blue Zone Make Their Money Last

By Diverse Elders

by Rich Eisenberg. This article originally appeared on Next Avenue.

(In 2008, National Geographic writer Dan Buettner published his bestselling book, The Blue Zones: 9 Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who’ve Lived the Longest, about the five Read More

What Is At Stake For Vietnamese Communities If The Affordable Care Act Is Struck Down?

By Diverse Elders

by Quynh Chi Nguyen. This article originally appeared on Community Catalyst’s Health Policy Hub blog.

Every year on April 30, many Vietnamese living across the globe commemorate what they term the end of the Vietnamese war (also known as Read More

Type 2 Diabetes: Lessons Learned from the Experiences of Native Americans

By Ocean Le

In the United States, American Indians and Alaska Natives have a greater chance of having type 2 diabetes than any other racial group. This is very troubling because without medical intervention, the progression of type 2 diabetes may lead to Read More