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Gender Equity for Work and Pay

How are women faring around the world—and what can the United States learn?

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A New Approach for Climate Resilience

Climate change is here, and it is affecting us now. To respond to this crisis, we must be agile and rethink our current approaches to building climate resilience. These solutions must be based on data and centered in equity and justice for the people most affected by climate change.

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Project: Center for Public Information on Population Research (CPIPR)

Life Expectancy Is Increasingly Tied to a State’s Policy Leanings

Life expectancy is increasingly tied to a state's policy direction, says new analysis of U.S. Mortality Database.

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Today’s Research on Aging 42: Rising Obesity in an Aging America

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Which U.S. States Have the Oldest Populations?

While southern states are regarded as retirement magnets, eight of the 10 states with the highest percentages of older residents are not in the South. What’s driving these regional patterns?

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