Aging boomers

Ferroli, Christina
July 1996
Indiana Business Magazine;Jul96, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p35
Discusses the aging of baby boomers, or those in the United States born between 1946 and 1964. Debunking of myths surrounding aging; Baby boomers' move into the age bracket that puts them at an increased risk for cancer; Recommendation that both sexes start periodic sigmoidoscopy; Importance of annual checkups; Proper diet; Description of the aging process. INSET: Ten tips for healthy aging..


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