The Canadian longitudinal study on aging (CLSA).

@article{Raina2009TheCL,
  title={The Canadian longitudinal study on aging (CLSA).},
  author={Parminder Raina and Christina Wolfson and Susan A. Kirkland and Lauren E Griffith and Mark Oremus and Christopher James Patterson and Holly Anna Tuokko and Margaret J. Penning and Cynthia Marie. Balion and David Hogan and Andrew Victor Wister and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne A Payette and Harry S. Shannon and K. Scott Brazil},
  journal={Canadian journal on aging = La revue canadienne du vieillissement},
  year={2009},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={
          221-9
        }
}
ABSTRACTCanadians are living longer, and older persons are making up a larger share of the population (14% in 2006, projected to rise to 20% by 2021). The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) is a national longitudinal study of adult development and aging that will recruit 50,000 Canadians aged 45 to 85 years of age and follow them for at least 20 years. All participants will provide a common set of information concerning many aspects of health and aging, and 30,000 will undergo an… CONTINUE READING

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