'Sixty is the new 40.' It's a common aphorism we've heard for some time now, doubtless meant to calm us baby boomers who are growing so long in the tooth that we now need two hands to hold our toothbrushes. And reassuring it indeed is.
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By Corrie Pikul
They've got better, more useful and more -- yes -- wise ways to deal with getting older than simply "embracing" it.
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