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Our expert, peer-reviewed publications are hand-chosen for their potential to impact clinical care and public policy for geriatrics healthcare professionals and the older adults and caregivers who rely on their cutting-edge expertise. Across a diverse array of content areas, JAGS articles address: 1. Principles of Aging, including biology, psychosocial needs, pharmacology, public policy, legal and ethical issues, and healthcare financing. 2. Approaches to Care for Older Adults, including hospital-based and community-based geriatrics, nursing home care, geriatrics assessment, preventive geriatrics, physical activity, rehabilitation, palliative care, and alternative medicine. 3. Conditions Unique to Geriatrics, including the full spectrum of geriatrics diseases/disorders and geriatric syndromes, as well as geriatric psychiatry. Manuscripts reflect the diversity of our journal sections, which include: Clinical Investigations; Brief Reports; Brief Methodological Reports; Progress in Geriatrics; Geriatric Biosciences; Nursing; Education and Training; Drugs and Pharmacology; Ethics, Public Policy, and Medical Economics; International Health Affairs; Ethnogeriatrics and Special Populations; Models of Geriatric Care, Quality Improvement, and Program Dissemination; Special Articles; Editorials; Old Lives Tales; Clinical Trials and Tribulations; Letters to the Editor.