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t.co/GS7knGJGDN Professor Karen Glaser presents findings from WHERL to the XII Fórum da Longevidade, São Paulo, Brazil
t.co/qOHp9Bsedd The influence of extended working lives on health and the implications for the socio-economic gradient
t.co/YBGtbXFlRM WHERL findings presented at a private briefing at the Department of Work and Pensions, Caxton House, London.
t.co/cr3PvMDE1F WHERL findings presented to the Longevity Science Panel, 16 November, Legal General, London
t.co/0lOK4oLZyM WHERL findings presented at the XXVIII International Population Conference (IUSSP)
t.co/54iMNDWNpE Why are some working in their 60s, and is it good for their well-being?