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FDA warns on anti-aging claims of cosmetics

by Sarah Gardner Sep 13, 2012
Anti-aging creams are a growing share of the cosmetics market, but the FDA warns that if companies claim pharmaceutical benefits from their products, the FDA will review them as drugs.

Drinking and divorce among the baby boomers

by Mark Garrison Jul 13, 2012
More long-term marriages are breaking up and a wine habit may benefit older women's bones.
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Homes and the demographics of aging

by Chris Farrell Apr 5, 2012
Housing an Aging Population: Are We Prepared?
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More bad news on retirement

by Chris Farrell Feb 23, 2012
A substantial fraction of people die with virtually no financial assets -- 46.1 percent with less than $10,000.

Inventing the economic industry of middle age

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 7, 2012
In the 1920s, an entire industry devoted to denying age and inviting youth emerged. The "midlife industrial complex," as author Patricia Cohen describes it, created a culture that pressures middle-aged adults to pass as young.
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Living in the fertile void

by Chris Farrell Dec 2, 2011
The movement toward second and third careers