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Analysis proceeded first by analyzing data on current theories of aging and was followed by reviewing the sample of scientific articles for data on individualized care.
Although explanations for the older person's vulnerability based on theories of aging are diverse, our present knowledge derived from these sources is rather thin.
For instance, Laura Haslam's review of literature pertaining to the occupations of people aged 85 plus, found links to theories of aging.
Current theories of aging do not directly address the experience of people aging with a long-term physical disability.
Since his time, many theories of aging have been proposed.
At that time, theories of aging abounded, but data was scant.
Goldsmith, The Evolution of Aging covers evolution theory, historic and traditional theories of aging, digital genetics and evolution theory, discoveries affecting aging theory, new theories of evolution and aging, anti-aging research, flaws in the theories discussed, and much more.
Of the many theories of aging promulgated over the last several decades, the "Free Radical-Mitochondrial" theory remains among the most successful.
Two theories of aging developed by nurses were located after reviewing CINAHL, National Library of Medicine, Web of Science, Psyc Info, and Sociological Abstracts.
On the bright side, Weil focuses on two prominent theories of aging that have "practical import" in that they allow us to do something right now to help reduce our risk of age-related diseases that reduce lifespan.
In the first session, participants discussed environmental influences on aging, including the contributions of environmental exposures to the development of chronic diseases, as well as new mouse models for aging and the validity of some of the more popular theories of aging in light of recent study results.