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The BOOMERS ISSUE

Answers on Aging

Boomers have plenty of issues to wade through in the years ahead. We asked five experts to help.

Joseph Coughlin and the MIT Agelab are studying experimental systems, such as touchscreens, that personalize cars and are using cameras to examine how older drivers use new technology. (Photograph by Josh Campbell) Joseph Coughlin and the MIT Agelab are studying experimental systems, such as touchscreens, that personalize cars and are using cameras to examine how older drivers use new technology.
By Elizabeth Gehrman
July 27, 2008

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AS BOOMERS GET older, their questions build: How can I fight aging? Am I really ready for the next stage in life? Is my 401(k) growing fast enough to help me retire when I want to? Do I need a Facebook page? We asked some local experts in business and technology, dermatology, finance, pathology, and mental health to help out ... (Full article: 2153 words)

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