Changes and suggestions for Chapter 16 - Into the Future      Revised Fall 2017

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327 2 2 For an example of a survival curve, go to Survival Curves 1999-2100 . For more Internet survival curves, search the Images section of http://www.google.com/ for survival curve.
 
327 2 3 For the most recent statistics, go to the the U.S. Census Bureau web page at https://www.census.gov/topics/population.html
 

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For activities related to determining life expectancy for an individual, go to http://www.biologyofhumanaging.com/activit.htm#Life Expectancy: Assignment .
 

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For graphs and statistics on life expectancies in the US, go to  http://www.biologyofhumanaging.com/plan22.htm#Graphs.

For recent data on life expectancies in the US, go to the NCHS Life Expectancy web page ( https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/life-expectancy.htm)

 

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For a student activity, information, and discussions concerning potential benefits and drawbacks from altering life expectancies, go to Controlling Aging: What Would/Could/Should happen? .
For a debate about altering life expectancies, go to Extending Life Span .
For a relevant Reading/Writing assignments, go to one or more of the following.

     Reading/Writing: Demographics of the Elderly (Revised 2004)
     Reading/Writing: The Future of Gerontology  (Revised 2004)
     Reading/Writing: Controlling Aging: What Would/Could/Should Happen? (Revised 2004)

 

 

 

 

 


 

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