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Ubel PA, Jankovic A, Smith DM, Langa KM, Fagerlin A. What is perfect health to an 85-year-old?: evidence for scale recalibration in subjective health ratings. Med Care. 2005;43(10):1054-7. doi:10.1097/01.mlr.0000178193.38413.70.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16166876?dopt=Abstract
Uccello CE. Are Americans Saving Enough for Retirement?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, Issue Brief No. 7; 2001.
Uccello CE, Perese K. Wealth Accumulation in the Health and Retirement Study: The Importance of Including Pension Wealth. The Urban Institute; 1999.
Ueda H, Shirakawa T, Goko H. Heart Disease Risk Factors and Onset of Heart Problems among the Elderly. Bulletin of Allied Medical Sciences, Kobe. 1997;13:21-31.
Ulker A. Wealth Holdings and Portfolio Allocation of the Elderly: The role of marital history. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 2009;30(1):90.
Ulrich EE, Vonderhaar J, Tenhouse A. Characteristics of older adults who consume alcohol while on antidepressants. The Consultant Pharmacist. 2017;32(7):415-422. doi:10.4140/TCP.n.2017.415.
Umberson D, Donnelly R, Xu M, Farina M, Garcia MA. Death of a Child Prior to Midlife, Dementia Risk, and Racial Disparities. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2020;75(9):1983-1995. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbz154.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31760426?dopt=Abstract
Umberson D, Olson JSkalamera, Crosnoe R, Liu H, Pudrovska T, Donnelly R. Death of family members as an overlooked source of racial disadvantage in the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2017;114(5):915-920. doi:10.1073/pnas.1605599114.
Unattributed. The Health and Retirement Study Data Set. Social Security Bulletin. 2000;63(3):54.
Unattributed. Elder Depression Linked to Disease. Parent Care Advisor. 1999:1, 8.
Unattributed. HRS data set: Respondent Earnings and Social Security Benefits Files. Soc Secur Bull. 2000;63(4):72-3.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11641990?dopt=Abstract
Unattributed. Demographics Shape Prevention Programs. Employee Benefit Plan Review. 2001;55(11):38-39.
United States Congressional Office. Rising Demand for Long-Term Services and Supports for Elderly People. Washington, DC; 2013.
United States Congressional Office. Methods for Analysis of the Financing and Use of Long-Term Services and Supports. Washington, DC; 2013.
United States Congressional Office. Baby Boomers' Retirement Prospects: An Overview. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Budget Office; 2003.
United States General Accounting Office. Social Security Reform: Implications for Women s Retirement Income. Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office; 1997.
United States General Accounting Office. Private Pensions: Participants Need Information on Risks They Face in Managing Pension Assets at and during Retirement. Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office; 2003.
United States General Accounting Office. Retirement Income Data: Improvements Could Better Support Analysis of Future Retirees' Prospects. Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office; 2003.
United States General Accounting Office. Older Workers: Demographic Trends Pose Challenges for Employers and Workers.; 2001.
United States General Accounting Office. Record Linkage and Privacy: Issues in Creating New Federal Research and Statistical Information.; 2001.
United States General Accounting Office. Social Security Reform: Implications of Raising the Retirement Age. Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office; 1999.
United States General Accounting Office. Social Security Reform: Raising Retirement Ages Improves Program Solvency but May Cause Hardship for Some. U.S. General Accounting Office; 1998.
United States Government Accountability Office. Phased retirement programs, although uncommon, provide flexibility for workers and employers. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Accountability Office; 2017:1-57.
United States Government Accountability Office. DOL Could Better Inform Divorcing Parties About Dividing Savings. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Accountability Office; 2020.
United States Governmental Office. Baby Boom Generation: Retirement of Baby Boomers is Unlikely to Precipitate Dramatic Decline in Market Returns, but Broader Risks Threaten Retirement Security. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Accountability Office; 2006.