In the article “Associations between Differential Aging and Lifestyle, Environment, Current, and Future Health Conditions: Findings from Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging” [Gerontology 2023;69(12):1394–1403,] by Song et al., the following correction should be noted.

According to the requirements of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA), the following sentence in the Materials and Methods section should be updated to read:

CLSA is a Canada-wide longitudinal study on adult development and aging [11, 12, 36, 37].

36. Raina P, Wolfson C, Kirkland SA, Griffith LE, Oremus M, Patterson C, Tuokko H, Penning M, Balion CM, Hogan D, Wister A, Payette H, Shannon H, Brazil K. The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). Can J Aging. 2009;28(3):221–9.

37. Raina P, Wolfson C, Kirkland S, Griffith LE, Balion C, Cossette B, Dionne I,Hofer S, Hogan D, van den Heuvel ER, Liu-Ambrose T, Menec V, Mugford G, Patterson C, Payette H, Richards B, ShannonH, SheetsD, Taler V, Thompson M, Tuokko H, Wister A, Wu C, Young L. Cohort profile: The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). Int J Epidemiol. 2019;48(6):1752–3j.

During the format conversion of Table S1 in the supplementary materials, most values in the table were mistakenly increased by 1, the cause of which is not clear. The authors manually checked all values to ensure these are correct and are sorry for any confusion.

The corrected Table S1 is shown here.


The article has been updated and the supplementary material has been replaced to reflect this.