Explore the Population Reference Bureau’s latest issue of *Today’s Research on Aging* entitled “Research on Health and Well-Being Aims to Improve Quality of Life in Later Years.” The issue highlights recent work by NIA-supported researchers and others who are examining how older people evaluate and experience their daily lives – or their subjective well-being. This work goes beyond traditional measures of physical and cognitive health to understand the emotional dimension of older adults’ lives.

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