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Journal of Aging Research and Lifestyle

Title Abbreviation
JAR Life
Electronic ISSN
Biologists, Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists, Mental Health Evaluators, Nutritionists, Psychologists, Researchers, Scientists
The Journal of Aging Research & Lifestyle is committed in publishing high-quality research on all areas related to lifestyle and aging. It publishes open access article. The Journal has five initial sections that aims to cover the broad spectrum of lifestyle research during aging: 1. Physical activity, exercise and aging; 2. Nutrition and aging; 3. Cognitive stimulation and aging; 4. Geroscience and lifestyle; 5. Digital aspects, lifestyle and aging. Research on other lifestyle topics not covered into the above mentioned sections are also welcome. Original investigations using all types of study designs, from observational investigations to interventions, but also qualitative studies, are accepted, as well as other types of articles, such as Reviews, Meta-Analyses, Comments/Perspectives, Letters-to-the-Editor, Methodological papers and Research Protocols. High priority will be given to studies investigating the interactions of multiple health behaviors during aging, in particular, clinical trials of multidomain lifestyle interventions (when two or more lifestyle interventions are combined) as well as observational longitudinal studies that have assessed several lifestyle behaviors over time. Reports using a life-course perspective are also welcome. Although our main focus regards research in humans, cutting-edge animal studies may be considered.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG)
Publisher Name
Serdi Publisher
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